In addition to naturally styled, sleek hairstyles, a clear trend towards eye-catching haircuts with a wow-effect can be seen for the coming season, for example, because the bangs look on a precise line and as if drawn with a ruler or the hair in shaved pixie or mullet variants was cut. So if you are in the mood for a new look after the summer break, you will currently find enough inspiration for your hairdresser visit - in the form of these new hairstyle trends for autumn 2021.
The bangs remain an important topic, but in addition to casual curtain bangs, more and more designers are now also showing futuristic-looking hairstyles that are accurately drawn to the eye line, such as those at Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Victoria Beckham. By the way, she doesn't iron the hair straight down (as with Chanel), but styles the bangs with the help of a hairdryer, round brush, and hairspray in the style of the 90s.
Blunt bobs with blunt cuts and blunt bobs that are cut to an exact line are still popular, inspiration for a new favorite haircut can be found at Staud, Gabriela Hearst, Max Mara, The Row, Victoria Beckham, Proenza Schouler, or Chanel. The hair is mainly worn as a smoothly combed sleek look; Stylings in the side or middle parting as well as wet looks with hair oil or gel offer variation.
From Chanel to Tom Ford, more and more designers are loosening up their runway looks with eye-catching haircuts, make-up, and accessories. These new mullet variants and punk hairstyles with matching eyeliners immediately suggest strength and make you want to step out of line. Non?
Her hair, which is cut short, not only made Audrey Hepburn and Twiggy unforgettable icons, pixie cuts continue to experience a comeback and remain one of the most important hairstyle trends for autumn 2021. Whether as a micro-cut like with Prada and Max Mara or with XL bangs like with Balmain, Dior, and Blumarine, there is a surprising number of look variants for the pixie, and the haircut is (logically) wonderfully uncomplicated in styling.