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
"If your hair is naturally wavy, let it be wavy and maybe just smooth the front out [with a blow dryer and round brush or curling iron]," Grmolyes says. Anne Hathaway and Busy Phillipps show how to do this right.
Alternatively, Grmolyes says if your hair is straight, just use a bit of dry shampoo on your roots for volume and let it hang straight.
And for curly girls, use a frizz-taming product (like Redken Fresh Curls Curl Refiner, $25) and let your hair air dry.
The best part about this trend: It's a huge time saver. Plus, skipping heat styling will keep your hair healthy.
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