4 cool ways to style your hair this Autumn/Winter season. 

New season means new trends that stretch along fashion and beauty. Just like it happens with, let's say lengths and styles of skirts that keep changing from season to season, hairstyles keep going through the same kind of cycle as well. 
No worries, no cuts and hair coloring is going to be involved. At least this time. Things you might need are loads of hair gel, just a tiny bit of hair spray and some hair pins. Am more than sure each of us, fashion beauties, has a lot of these ingredients. 
4 easy yet awesome hair stylings are here, let's go ahead and check it out!


Sleek hair hairstyle has been around for quite some time now. First of all, it's the easiest way to style own hair and cover a fact that you had no time to wash/dry it. Secondly, it just adds that daring twist. Sleek hair were seen at Givenchy, Balmain and J.W.Anderson AW15 shows. So just grab that hair gel bottle and style your straightened hair with middle or side part.

Gracey Flow

Gracey Flow is a name that I made up with to characterize a hairstyle in a la Hollywood Wave. It doesn't necessarily need to consist of curls, straight hair will also go fine. Just the way we saw it at Balmain, Gucci, Michael Kors and Sonia Rykiel runway shows. Simply leave side part, tuck one part behind your ear and emphasize the other hair part with volume.

Middle Part

This styling goes to ladies, who love keeping their hair part right in the middle. Leave it just like that, with so-called natural flow, as seen at Chloe and Burberry Prorsum, or style it in different ways. For example, take a strand of hair from both sides and fix it at the back side using different hair pins. Oh, have you heard Anna Sui officially approved sunglasses trick when you wear it on top of your hair (just like a hair band)?

No Hair Don't Care

There are those say when we, ladies, just want to 'hide' or 'get rid' of our long hair. Just for a bit. These are the days when we style our hair in ponytails and buns. This season it can look sleek or messy, depending on your mood. Because 'No Hair Don't Care' approach was used by J.W.Anderson, Jonathan Saunders and Proenza Schouler.

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