5 Fall Haircut Trends That Are Big on Style — but Little on Upkeep
Look to the cyclical nature of trends, and summer has long been established as the all-compassing season of ease. Pool floats! Low-key hairstyles! Vacation days that aren't confined to the white-plastered walls of your tiny apartment living room. But as the all-mighty coronavirus pandemic has shown: societal norms are shifting, in everything from holiday plans to salon requests. Now, it's fall's biggest haircut trends that are truly breezy.
"During this time, most people will want easy, low-maintenance, but stylish haircuts this fall," Larry Sims, celebrity hairstylist and co-founder of Flawless by Gabrielle Union, told POPSUGAR. "Everyone has been quarantined up in their homes for the most part this year. With not being able to get to salons frequently, most people will opt for cuts that look fly without the commitment of major upkeep."
Whereas historically the autumnal season saw an influx of polished cuts to match those crisp new wardrobes, those are exactly the types of styles to avoid these next few months. "I wouldn't suggest any precision cuts," he said. "Cuts like severe blunt bangs or asymmetrical cuts aren't the prettiest when they grow out, which is important especially if people are unable to get to their hairstylists regularly."
To help you prep for your next appointment, keep reading for a breakdown to the five pro-approved haircut trends worth trying this fall. Rest assured: they couldn't get any easier.