Your fall attire won't be the only thing containing layers this season.
After parting ways with beach waves and chlorine-damaged hair at the end of this summer, it's time to consider heading to the hair salon and getting a fresh cut for fall.
Throughout the pandemic, we've seen several haircut trends emerge while we were finding ways to keep ourselves entertained in quarantine. From the return of the mullet to a modern Princess Diana-inspired chop, there appeared to be one hair craze after the other.
Whether you did or didn't experiment with your hair at some point during quarantine, now is the time to take that step and opt for a bold hairstyle this season.
Here, L'OFFICIEL rounds up the top hair trends to try this fall.
Unleash your wild side with this hybrid of the '70s shag and '80s mullet. The wolf cut went viral on TikTok during the pandemic, and its layered, shaggy style pairs well with your sweaters and blazers this season.
Full and Curly
If you have naturally curly hair, fall is the perfect time to embrace your luscious curls. From the curly shag to layered afro, there are a variety of styles that prove that bigger is better.
Although it’s questionable why the mullet is making a comeback, the modernized version of this hairstyle is great for those who prefer a little bit of edge in their fall style. Several celebrities have shown off this updated '80s haircut, including Maisie Williams and Miley Cyrus.
A blunt bob counteracts the heaviness of all the layers you’re bound to wear this fall. The shorter length will be a refreshing change, especially if you’ve been rocking longer hair for quite some time now.
Inspired by Farrah Fawcett and other '70s icons, the '70s shag is the perfect blend between bohemian and rock 'n' roll style. The volume and choppy layers of this classic hairstyle create an ultra-feminine, yet edgy look.
For those who want to try out bangs without regretting them, curtain bangs are an ideal style to ease your way into this chic haircut. The wispiness and length of these bangs will frame your face while also giving off an effortless, retro vibe.