Six hairstyles to try this autumn-winter
1. Hot coppers
“Transitioning from summer to autumn means the leaves are changing colour, the days are becoming shorter and our tans are starting to fade. This red shade echoes the colours of the season and will create the illusion of a lasting summer glow. It compliments so many fashion trends at the moment, so no need to worry about your hair clashing with your wardrobe.” Hannah Button, stylist and colourist at Blue Tit.
2. Squared off
“This blunt mid-length haircut is one of my favourites – it is so low maintenance and easy-to-wear. A centre parting will keep things chic and you can make it a little more interesting by adding a fringe. This cut sits stylishly with oversized jumpers and coats, making it perfect for autumn/winter.” Imogen Coates, stylist at Blue Tit Clapton.
3. Sleek and short
“This cut is both on-trend and timeless, thanks to all the ways it can be restyled and mixed up. If you are daring enough to go for this edgy look, rock it with confidence this season. Lots of powerful woman have made this look short haircut their signature style – it’s iconic and ultra-desirable.” Lee Beever, stylist and colourist at Blue Tit.
4. Blonde ambition
“Blondes can work any time of the year. The advancement of protective products like Olaplex mean the process is safer than ever – the key is to find exactly the right shade for your skin tone.” Declan Haworth, colourist at Blue Tit Portobello.
5. The dark side
“This colour is perfect for autumn/winter because of its deep mocha and chocolate hues, which suit pale skin tones. Using a high shine finish will enhance multi dimensions within the hair and it look more healthy – even after a summer spent in the sun.” Siobhan Fryer, colourist at Blue Tit Dalston.
6. Shades of cool
“Most people opt for warmer shades during autumn/winter but I prefer cooler colours. I think they compliment the fashion trends of the season and suit pale skin tones. I try not to follow any rules when it comes to colouring hair in line with the season, because different people suit different shades.” Harriet Franks, Head Colourist at Blue Tit Peckham.