9 Ways to Change Your Hairstyle for Fall
Whether you're looking for a major hair overhaul or just a minor tweak to keep 'em guessing, you'll find it among these fall 2011 hair trends
Your fall cut: If you want a moderate changeTry: Extensions
Wright says hair that's "breast-length or longer," like Blake Lively's, is also trendy for fall. But since growing your hair out can take months, she suggests extensions. You could go to a salon for extensions, which will last a couple months, or if you're a little unsure you can try clip-in extensions first to see if you like the look. Wright says extensions will give you "more sexy, sultry appeal" and will definitely turn a few heads (especially since most people aren't used to hair getting longer overnight).
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