We started to see Farrah Fawcett-inspired hair creeping into our For You pages on TikTok during the summer months, but this style is predicted to carry on well into the fall season. "It's an homage to the '70s and we are starting to see this voluminous and bountiful textured trend popping up everywhere," said Michelle O'Connor, hairstylist and Matrix brand ambassador.
For a modern take, ask your stylist for face-framing layers you can easily blow out with a round brunch. The shaggier, the better. "Lots of volume and layers in bold, warm tones keeps the look feeling seasonal but with a twist," said hairstylist Anabel Santos of Sally Hershberger NoMad. "I especially see this look working on longer hair, with face-framing pieces and long layers blown out to their extremes to create effortless movement and bounce."