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Fall 2017 Hair Trends

While some of us are mourning the end of the Summer of 17’, many of the fashion-forward elite are eager to pick up early adaptations of what will become fierce fashion trends for this fall. We got a preview earlier this spring when top designers released their Fall 2017 collections. As expected, the shows were littered with many of our fall favorites like crimson colors, crushed velvet and fur accents. But what we’re focused on is the hair! Fall is the time to get more serious about your hairstyle and we want to share some of our top trends that will be on the heads of top style tastemakers this autumn.

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Burgundy Balayage Roots

Balayage is the ultimate way to get transitional color that has depth and tonality, allowing roots to remain deeper in color while lifting the hair gradually to the ends. This fall, burgundy and wine-colored roots are going to dominate the Balayage scene. Think Pamela Anderson roots with a hint of cerise or plum. Not only does this color paired with honey blonde look stunning, it’s also a perfect pairing with autumn’s quintessential colors of carmel, olive and mauve.

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Modern Tease

When you think of teasing hair, you can’t help but imagine the hair-raising styles of the 80’s. But for fall 2017, the modern tease that mixes sleekness with volume will be trending. One of our favorite styles incorporates a slicked back crown that transitions into voluminous curls. Start by styling hair back into a sleek three-quarters-up pony. Curl all loose ends and tease the tendrils until the perfect amount of volume is reached. Finish with a strong-hold hairspray, like Oribe’s Superfine Strong Hair Spray. For added style, or for an evening look, secure a glittery barrette at the base of the ponytail.

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The Wet Look

While not “new” to this year’s runways and red carpets, the “wet” look will still be trending this fall. Some celebs have gone with the very “wet” look, like Kim Kardashian West and Selena Gomez, to name a few. But this fall, we think the semi-wet look will dominate. Instead of actually keeping hair wet (which won’t last and may totally compromise your look overall), we suggest using a generous amount of high-performing hair oil, like Moroccanoil’s “Moroccanoil Treatment Original”. This hero product will keep hair smooth, prevent flyaways and nourish hair from root to tip.

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Textured Braids

Over the last few seasons, braids have really had a comeback. Now that the “milkmaid” and “double dutch” braids have had some time in the limelight, more texturized and stylized braids will emerge as the fan favorite this fall, like the “undercut” braid. More specifically, strategic side “corn rows” will edge out flirtier styles. This particular look pairs well when keeping the crown teased for that rocker-chic look but can also veer elegant when hair is polished smooth.

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Faux Hawk

If you’re willing to cut your hair to shoulder length, you can take advantage of this killer “Faux Hawk” look. Pairing side corn rows with a highly teased center, create a wicked faux hawk look without having to go ultra short. This is the most edgy and daring of all of our fall 2017 suggestions, but also the coolest by far. Who inspired us? Trendsetters like Scarlett Johansson, Cara Delevigne and Katy Perry, to name a few.

Triple Length Extensions

Earlier this year, pop stars like J.Lo and Nicki Minaj had us lusting for long, luxurious hair extensions that crept way below their waist. But summer’s hot and humid conditions were not time to go long and straight with hair. So we’re picking this trend back up for fall! Get enviable length in no time when you opt for ultra-long Platinum Seamless Extensions. These totally customizable, easy-to-add extensions will give you the length and volume you want in just one sitting and last through the holidays!

The Next Big Thing Is Here: 3-D Brows from Sleek Brows

For as long as we can remember, brows were a beauty ritual that required downsizing: plucking, waxing, threading and shaping. But now, beauty gurus are pumping up the volume, not just filling in brows for shape but adding dimension too. While eyebrow extensions (a sister treatment to traditional eye lash extensions) made the first major moves in creating the bold, Delevingne-esc look, a new product has recently hit the market that is especially helpful for women who have sparse or no brows: 3-D Brows from Sleek Brows.

Other than filling in your brows during your daily makeup routine with pencil or powder, the only way to reconstruct a permanent brow was with a permanent makeup treatment (yes, tattooing your lash line). These two dramatically different choices offer either a very temporary or very permanent solution.

Eye lash extension, which has been gaining a lot of popularity within the last few years notes our lash guru Ellie Malmin, is one very effective way to achieve fullness if have your own natural hairs to attach the extensions to. But many women who suffer from thinning brows from over-plucking, or patches from alopecia or those who have lost their brows completely from cancer therapies, are in need of a reconstructive treatment that offers a semi-permanent solution other than extension application.

Anushka’s own Lashologist, Ellie Malmin, who has been pioneering innovations in the eyelash and eyebrow industry almost as long as Anushka has been shaping women, clued us in on Sleek Brows: the only semi-permanent treatment that offers 3-D definition and long-wearing resilience for women with little or no brows. This treatment is applied, like paint, one by one. The solution is a textured pigment, custom blended to match or create your desired brow color. Once applied, the solution lasts up to 4 weeks through normal day-to-day activity and is water and smudge proof.

Anushka is now offering custom 3-D Brow with Treatments with our award winning Lashologist Ellie for $80 an application. Call to schedule a consultation or treatment with Ellie at 561.820.0500.

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