Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trends

From loose curls and romantic updos to tight ponytails and sleek buns our set of Fall/Winter 2011-2012 hairstyle trends is an endless source of a-list beauty inspiration for the forthcoming Fall/Winter 2011-2012 season.

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Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trends

We’ve already sorted out all the latest and fab Fall/Winter 2011-2012 makeup trends and now it is time to clear up what is thought to be trendy hairstyle in the forthcoming Fall/Winter 2011-2012 season. From romantic and frivolous to ascetic and sleek … Fall/Winter 2011-2012 season provides us with a great set of fabulous hairstyles for everyone regardless of hair color, length and type. Look through the best hairstyles straight from the runways and get ready to sport all these uber-voguish hairstyle trends to meet Fall/Winter 2011-2012 fashion requirements.

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trend – BRAIDs

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trends

There is nothing more practical, romantic and easy-to-do than all kinds of braided hairstyles. Many designers are likely to agree with this statement having opted for various kinds of braids to complement their fashion shows. Be creative and add your own details in the looks fashion gurus have already offered. Opt for the simple braided hairstyle as seen at Lanvin or Carlos Miele and complement it with fashionable hair accessory. Or go for a twin braids with parting in the middle a la Y3. Besides, milkmaid braids and side-swept braided hairstyles are also making a comeback for Fall/Winter 2011-2012.

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trend – UPDOs

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trends

Alongside with the braided hair looks Fall/Winter fashion shows were all about various kinds of updo. Everything from sleek ballerina buns and voguish twists to messy top knots was spotted at the catwalks of Fall/Winter 2011-2012 fashion shows. Thus if you want to get feminine look, updo is exactly what you need. Opt for deep-side swept hairstyle a la Chanel or Sonya Rykiel if you are a fan of Old Hollywood Glamour. Or go for hairstyle seen at Michael Kors and Dolce & Gabbana for more casual look.

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trend – BANG

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trends

We’ve already told you that bang has made a strong comeback in 2011. The same goes to Fall/Winter 2011-2012 season and catwalks studded with fringed hairstyles are the additional confirmation to it.

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trend – CENTER PARTING

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trends

Well, Fall/Winter 2011-2012 runways were all over filled with an array of stylish and simple loose center parting hair looks.  Chloe and Versace, Alexander Wang and Anna Sui are only some of the designers who have opted for this casual hairstyle drawing the line in the middle. Well, what can look more lady-like and elegant than loose glossy and healthy long tresses? Moreover center parting makes woman’s face look thinner.

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trend – SHORT HAIR

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trends

Alongside with the long and feminine hairstyles short pixie cuts are also ‘in’! Draw inspiration on how to style your short locks from the best looks by Rag & Bone, Lanvin, and Giambattista Valli.

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trend – PONYTAIL

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trends

And the last but not surely least is another Fall/Winter 2011-2012 hairstyle trend, ponytail.  No matter what kind of ponytail you would choose, low and a bit messy or high and tight be sure your hairstyle meet the fashion requirements of the Fall/Winter 2011-2012 season!

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19 Responses to “Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Hairstyle Trends”
  1. janice Says:

    i dont like these hair dues.

  2. Cheryl Says:

    Shucks, Janice. I wouldn’t want to pay “hair dues” either; I don’t blame you!

  3. Joann Says:

    What about people with mid length hair, these are either long or real short

  4. dena Says:

    i think people who use sarcasim should be forced to pay dues.

  5. Jennifer Says:

    Anyone know where to find hairstyle ideas for people with shoulder length wavy hair. And what kind of bangs are now in style if you don’t have a heart-shaped face (like their only example)?

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  8. Amanda Mann Says:

    S A R C A S M.

  9. Amanda Mann Says:

    and Jennifer the bangs that seem to be “in” right now are the heavy fringe bangs. They’re pretty much cool with any cut.

  10. Jane Says:

    Really, this is what they what us to spend the big bucks on? I’m not a super model… I like the bangs but I like to be able to have more choices when it comes to the way I can wear them wear my hair. I like that if you wear them pieces and a little shaggier when parted on one side and if I want to wear them more softly swept across my face then that’s just what I’d like.
    I have shorter hair that graduates up in the back but I am growing it out now so I wanted a swept bang and what I got has half of the front of my hair cut off. I refused to pay for something I know I want and I send the very same advise you anyone, bring a picture(s) of what you like, do not just settle unless they really cropped your hair off. Then I’d simply tell them and show them what you wanted and you’re leaving without that service you put into their hands and make sure you leave they will alawys try and give you off to someone else to fix the problem. The answer is no! You’d like your money back so you n go else where to get your hair fixed.
    I mean I can do a hell of a lot better than what they have to offer out there. It’s okay to get a little advice from a pro hair stylist after all they are suppose to know what you’d like with ease and even give you a little somethings more that will either frame your face better or go above and beyond to wow you, they should want another client to love what they look at when they look in the mirror. They should also tell you how to achieve the same look when or if you’ll be doing it yourself at home. They should show you exatly what product they used or a product that will do the same thing to your hair if you bought it at any local CVS or drugstore. The key to finding the right hair salon for you if by going in and looking to see if you like their style of hair at least five or more pros that work there as well as their makeup.Chances are if they’re wearing their hair the way you like the better the chanes are that you will get exactly what you want, even if you see a platinum blonde with purple streaks though out her hair ( got for that salon if that’s what you’re looking for ) that lets you they have a colorist that knows what he’she’s doing.
    I cannot wait to start school for cosmetology, I grew up in a salon my whole life and know more then I should but this is the advise I give you to get what you want in this fast non stop world, you have to know wht you’re looking for nd an bet anything if you follow the above you’ll find a salon you’ll love no matter how much money you an afford or not you will still come out looking and most important feeling like a million bucks! When it all comes down to it everyone’s different , likes different things, that’s the best part of NYC… Good Luck!!! I’d love to know if anyone finds what they’re looking for. If so please email me [email protected] all my best styling’s hug and kisses to all

  11. sam Says:

    does anyone know who the model is in the very first photo (red lipstick and nails) ?

  12. hairstyles 2012 Says:

    what is the hairstyles trend for summer?

  13. fashforward Says:

    Love the hairstyles. Glad to see the braid still hasn’t left yet.

  14. Hair Trends Says:

    AWESEOME hair trends. great

  15. Eileen Says:

    Love the bangs!

  16. medium length hair styles Says:

    very good sites about medium length and different hair styles.

  17. joni Says:

    I have been a stylist for more than 30 years and thought I would go on a few web sites to get new ideas I see that their is very little in styling that does’nt come back and around my edvise is to love what you do and treat your client special, be a good listener,remember and use what you have studied

  18. lola Says:

    what is right

  19. aash Says:

    I love full fringes!

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