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
Looking for a minor, "did she do something different with her hair?" tweak? We've got that (for hair color, haircuts, and hairstyles). Or want a "wow, I didn't even recognize you!" transformation? Look no further.
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We talked to Byron Williams, co-founder of the Byron & Tracey Salon in Beverly Hills, Calif.; Ange Grmolyes, hairstylist at the Argyle Salon and Spa in Los Angeles; and Kiyah Wright, Emmy Award winning hairstylist from "The Tyra Banks Show" and "America's Next Top Model." They shared the fall hairstyle trends that they're most excited about -- and the ones their celebrity clients (like Kristen Bell, Jennifer Hudson and more) are trying out.
But before we get into the fall 2011 hair trends, the hairstylists have one tip that everyone should try before the cooler weather sets in: Use a deep conditioner. Your hair is bound to be dry by the end of summer, so apply a deep conditioner twice a week to get it soft and smooth again. Williams says it will help your hair health and improve the look of any hair color or highlights you plan on getting (since color applies more evenly to healthy hair). Grmolyes adds that really damaged hair should be cut, since deep conditioners can't repair split ends.
OK, now that you've got deep conditioner on your shopping list, let's get on with the trends Ö
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