These Autumn Hair Trends Are Blowing Up on Pinterest
If there's anyone who deserves the title of reigning Pinterest pro, it's Caitlin Cawley. Along with being a designer and illustrator in her own right, Caitlin has amassed a sizable Pinterest following with her boards' chic, clean imagery. From home and food to beauty and fashion, Caitlin's boards are aspirational yet achievable. Here she gives us the rundown on Pinterest's most buzzed-about autumn hairstyles.
Autumn is now well under way, and there's something about this time of year that brings about a desire to switch up your hairstyle. Why not usher in the new season by giving your hair a refresh? It's the perfect opportunity to switch to a rich, dark colour and give your beach hair a rest in favour of a sleek updo.
It's time to turn to Pinterest to gain a little insight on what styles everyone is obsessing over right now. (Hint: lots of ponytails.) The site is not only filled to the brim with incredible beauty tips and inspiration but has gathered a reputation for always being on top of the latest trends. You'll definitely want to give one of these chic and easy styles a try. Keep reading to discover Pinterest's top trending hairstyles for autumn.
This isn't your average ponytail. It's also nowhere near as complicated as it looks. A clear elastic band is ideal for securing this style, but be sure to have a bobby pin or two on hand to tuck in any loose ends.
A messy bun will never steer you wrong. Pull out a few loose strands to soften the look.
Ah yes, the ideal lazy-day hairstyle. It's slightly unkempt but looks like you put in a lot more effort into it than you actually did.
Bobs of all lengths are still wildly popular. One-length cuts are a great choice for thick, healthy hair.
A slightly more romantic twist on the messy bun. The half-up bun is loose and easy, and if you're up to it, you can add some waves to create body and bounce.
The low ponytail is all over Pinterest this season. Take a small section of hair and wrap it around the ponytail to conceal the elastic.
On days when you can't be bothered with shorter face-framing pieces, twist them toward the back of your head and secure them with bobby pins. Finish off the look with texturising spray to add some grit to the ends of your hair.
Now that you've got your style down, take our quiz to see which hair colour you should try this season.