3 Fall 2016 Haircut Trends You're Going To See Everywhere, According To A Hollywood Hairstylist — PHOTOS
As much as I hate to admit it, summer is more than halfway over. While that might cause you to shed a tear, let's look on the bright side and talk about what we all have to look forward to: fall 2016 haircut trends. Yes, ladies, these new stylish 'dos are enough to get you super stoked for autumn's arrival — trust.
For many, fall is a time to try out new looks, whether that's a unique denim style or a fresh hair hue. You don't have to be headed back to school either — experimenting with a different look for the new season is something everyone can participate in! Although you might be attached to your current locks, I can guarantee that by September 22, you'll be itching for something different. At the top of your "to do" list? A new haircut.
I spoke with BENJAMIN Arts District stylist Sal Salcedo to pick his brain about what hair trends are going to be hot for fall. Salcedo is more than just a hairstylist, guys — he has quickly become the LA cool girl's go-to guy for mane makeovers. One look at his Instagram and you'll understand why — the man is super talented and will transform your boring old locks into a fresh new cut worthy of a Vogue spread (I can 100 percent personally vouch for him!).
This fall, Salcedo predicts what's old to be new again. Think '70s-rocker-chic-meets-modern-muse. Need me to be more specific? Here are the three haircut trends that are going to be huge for fall 2016.
1. Modern Shags
If you want to try out a new look, but you're pretty low-maintenance with your hair, Salcedo suggests you go with the "Modern Shag." "With this haircut, the messier the hair looks, the better." This cut requires lots of layers with "soft framing bangs" which elongates your face. What's more? This layered cut also looks amazing as it grows out. Between haircut appointments, this style requires "zero to no maintenance," says Salcedo.
2. Textured Bobs
"Anything with texture!" screams Salcedo. Along with lots of layers, Salcedo says we can expect "long hairstyles [to be] taken up a bit shorter." It's time to shed that summer hair! "Everyone is building up bravery and cutting their hair off."
"It's time for bangs," Salcedo says. "A lot of my clients are refreshing their look by adding quick bangs that can grow out easy." Again, low-maintenance and no fuss.
If you're ready to try something new for fall, but want something easy to maintain, look no further than these three trends.