Hair Trends You're Going To See Everywhere Fall 2021

Due to staying at home more over the past year, we made less frequent trips to hair salons. "Now that we are out in the world again," celebrity hairstylist Derrick Keith says, "people want actual hair cuts" (via The Zoe Report). Which hairstyles are trending for this fall, though?

According to stylist Chris Hill, many are happy with the length gained after skipping out on regular haircuts. With fall right around the corner, however, many are also ready to change things up. "This year, I have noticed more clients coming in for haircuts that allow their hair to stay long with soft layering and weight removal in the right places," stylist Rachel Lee told PureWow.

In addition to choppy and airy layers, low-maintenance ideas such as shaggy cuts, bobs, and curtain bangs are in, as well (via The Zoe Report). Hairstylist Travis Speck thinks we will also see an increase in pixie cuts, and he takes inspiration from the most classic and popular version of this style: Mia Farrow's (via PopSugar).

Certain colors and accessories will be trending this fall

When it comes to the hair colors that will be trending in fall 2021, get ready to see silvers (like on Jourdan Dunn), red, smoky blondes (like Lily Rose Depp's), and caramel, as reported by Marie Claire.

Accessories are hot right now, too, and they will continue to be. For example, bows of all shapes, styles, and sizes can be perfectly placed into hairstyles. Cosmopolitan reminds people that these are not just reserved for cute, girly, pink looks either, as bows in a "dark color and a rougher texture" can be added to grunge, tough, and even polished outfits.

As stated by InStyle, we will also continue to see headbands, scrunchies, and claw clips, as well as more of a certain hair accessory: scarves. "These are classic headdresses that our grandmothers and great-grandmothers had as a go-to functional and fashionable accessory, and now it's our turn," says personal stylist Bri White of Vostra Moda. "Cloth or silk kerchiefs wrapped over the top of the hair and tied under, leaving the extra fabric trailing along the back or over the front shoulder will be the epitome of casual but chic elegance."