Short to Medium Length Hairstyles
Most women look good in short or mid-length styles that show off facial features in a flattering way. And in the time it takes to snip off long locks you can make yourself look 10 years younger with a hairstyle that falls above the shoulders.
Hot styles this season will include the Pixie or the Textured Crop, both of which are very low maintenance due to quick styling and drying times. These are great styles to consider if you are a working mom and don't have much time to style your hair before you head off to work.
For a short to medium hairstyle this fall, sport the new Cropped Bob or the Classic Bob. The cropped bob is a shorter, more modern version of the classic bob - which tends to hit either at the chin area or extend just a little longer. Both of these styles are very easy to maintain and look professional. Plus your stylist can continue to change this cut by making it asymmetrical, adding some highlights for texture, or giving you bangs or taking them away again.
Long Hair Styles
If you have long hair, this season offers a variety of great ways to style it. You may want to wear it straight and long, using the flat iron to smooth the texture. Or wear it long, curly, and wavy, which is reminiscent of the vintage Hollywood starlet era. Those looks are achieved with hot electric curlers, Velcro rollers, or by just allowing hair to air-dry to bring out natural curls and waves. Long hair can always look sophisticated and sleek with a pulled back ponytail (worn either high or low to highlight the face), a look that came into vogue in the 60s but is still elegantly stylish today.
Select a hairstyle that works with your own lifestyle and particular hair texture and you will feel confident and comfortable every day, while projecting a modern and trendy level of professionalism.