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 style: If you want a moderate changeTry: Sleek and straight hair (if you're naturally wavy or curly), or soft, flowy curls (if you have naturally straight hair)
Super-sleek hair like Ashley Greene's is hugely popular for fall, and if you normally skip the flat iron, you'll definitely get some attention by trying this trend. Make sure to protect your hair with products made for heat styling (like Tresemme Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Spray, $4) before blow drying and flat ironing your hair.
If your hair is naturally straight, add soft curls like Jamie Chung's (Wright also says this style looks fantastic with ombre hair color). Wright actually suggests running hair through a flat iron and twisting the iron to create loose, soft curls. If this is a little out of your comfort zone, you can get the same effect with a curling iron or hot rollers. Just gently finger comb when you're done to loosen curls and finish with a light-hold hairspray.
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