If you think the pixie cut is just for Summer, think again. Not only does this fun style look equally amazing in the Fall and Winter, but the pixie is also having a serious trend moment in Hollywood. Not sure where to begin? We've rounded up 28 celebrities (including recent pixie girl Jennifer Lawrence) who have all tried the crop in various lengths, styles, and colors for your ultimate pixie inspiration gallery.
Are you bored of your current hairstyle and keen for a new look or just eager to get more out of your current cut? Either way, we've collated the best of our Fall hair galleries to help you find your next look as easily as possible. Whether you're looking for a braid or an updo for a special occasion, a bold new color, or a dramatic new cut, we have the inspiration right here. Just read on to find the gallery that suits your style and find dozens of great looks you can copy.
While the runway is a fantastic resource for aspirational beauty, the red carpet is where the trends truly start to take shape. We've been doing a bit of celebrity stalking to determine the top trends for Fall. From the must-have manicure we spotted on Kerry Washington to the eye shadow shade we want to steal from Olivia Wilde, read on to see the most wanted hair, makeup, and nails for this season.
- The bob: Bye, bye lob. Hello, bob. In a surprise move, the stars are chopping off their hair for the colder months. Chin-length bobs are all the rage right now, and we've seen a lot of asymmetrical cuts, too.
- Straight strands: Trade in your curling iron for a flat iron this Fall. Aim for the supersleek look in the Winter months to take the place of summery, tousled beach waves.
- The braided undercut: Braids are a year-round trend, but we predict the braided undercut style will continue to be the top style over the next few months. We're basing this forecast on celebrities, of course, and both Jennifer Aniston and Kristen Stewart have rocked this look (so it's pretty much a sure thing).
Get the full trend report after the jump.
The lob had its moment back in the Spring, but a new season calls for a new style, right? Well, if Beyoncé, Karlie Kloss, and Nicole Richie are any indication, the asymmetrical bob is poised to take over as the new haircut supreme. The great part about this style is its versatility, as you can tailor it to your own personal style. Looking for a classic shape? Keep it short in the back and a bit longer in the front. Want something with a little more edge? Have one side longer than the other. The possibilities are limitless. Now, flip through our list of celebrity inspiration and find your perfect style. Fall is just around the corner!
We've already declared the asymmetrical bob as the It cut for Fall 2013, and the stars at the Emmys seemed to be following suit by donning a variety of cropped styles on the red carpet. Claire Danes may have hair that goes past her shoulders, but she (pictured above) went for a polished faux bob for her Emmys appearance. And there were several other stars showing off their shorter hair with waves, smooth blowouts, and tousled textures. Elisabeth Moss, for instance, had us doing a double take with her bob, which she pinned back on the sides to make her style look almost like she had a long pixie. Regardless of how they wore their hair, the stars showed us how to dress up cropped locks for an evening affair.
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News flash: the tousled, textured strands you took hours trying to achieve last Fall are on the outs and are making way for something a little more sleek. "We're starting to see really on-purpose hair," celebrity stylist Mark Townsend told us when talking about trends for Fall. "Spending a few more minutes on your hair can actually be a good thing." So that hair straightener that's collecting dust in your bathroom drawer? It's about to be your new best friend. Pull out your straightening serum, fire up your blow driers, and flip through our celebrity gallery for instant inspiration.
The major theme of most of the hair for Spring 2014 at New York Fashion Week? Low-maintenance styling. How else could you describe the headbands, low ponytails, and just-throw-some-product-in-it wet hair that we saw coming down the runways? In today's Beauty Review, we're breaking down these three trends and telling you how to wear them once Spring rolls around.
Braids have been a runway and red carpet staple for years, so it's no surprise they were spotted all over the Spring 2014 New York Fashion Week runways. But what is surprising is how hairstylists, working feverishly backstage, continually find the most creative ways to update the trend. Though you can choose to keep it clean and classic, à la Costello Tagliapietra's braided ponytail, don't be afraid to embrace accessories in your plaits. Everything from feathers to Mara Hoffman's colorful strips of fabric tied their way into braids, too. Whether twisted, turned, or teased, Spring 2014's braids are anything but those rocked by Dorothy.
Victoria BeckhamSee more pictures of this runway trend when you read more.
All over the New York Fashion Week runways we've been seeing wet, slick, matted hair that stuck to models' scalps and necks like glue. At some shows, like Prabal Gurung, it took a glamorous turn, while at other shows, like Band of Outsiders, the look was decidedly grunge.
And stylists weren't fearing product; Odile Gilbert for Kérastase used so much mousse in the hair at Theyskens' Theory that frantic PR girls were making mad dashes to pick up extra bottles at the eleventh hour. The overall look was wet with a definite sheen and so stiff you could bounce a quarter off it. Don't you just love nostalgia? Click through for some more!