Autumn Hairstyles AW21 Edit: Take The Weight Off Your Shoulders.
As we are swept up in the whirlwind that is the lead up to Christmas, we tend to disregard our fringes getting longer as the days get shorter. Instead of this being to our detriment, here are some style tips to keep it all under control during those Autumnal woodland walks and cosy cafe catch ups. This summary of Autumn hairstyles is all about combining practical up-do’s with the perfect hair accessories for your unique hair type.
Ponytails and Headbands
The simple ponytail meets the statement Padded Headband. We’re loving the pearl and crystal embellishments indicating a regal look that is very on trend this season. Striking and prominent, this stylish combination requires minimal effort yet completes a smart casual outfit.
French Twists and Casual Claws
A 10 second up-do perfect for rolling out of bed and onto the sofa. A French Twist secured with a large Hair Claw paired with a roll neck, this is the perfect combination of comfort and class whilst holding a warm cappuccino close.
Middle Partings and Face Framing Barrettes
Growing out a fringe this Autumn? A couple of colourful delicate Barrettes may be your saviour this season. Split your parting down the middle and frame your face with these lovely timeless hair accessories. Alternatively, for Finer Hair try a pair of our big hair clips in a range of fabulous colours and patterns for the ultimate Autumn hairstyle.
Stacked Hair Accessories
Struggling with fly aways in the autumnal breeze? When it comes to using multiple hair accessories, we can guide you with the best ways to complete your style. A trend that doesn’t seem to be going anywhere is adding some quirky detail to your up do by stacking our Crystal Hair Slides beneath a casual high bun. For thicker hair take the weight out of your French twist by supporting it with a Side Comb an accessory that looks just as good on your dresser as in your hair, available in a collection of stylish patterns and autumnal colours.
Buns and Mini Hair Claws
A low twisted bun and a long warm trench coat creates the perfect silhouette as we run our daily errands in the colder weather. Tiny Hair Claws are perfect for securing them whilst adding hints of colour.
Timely Hair Hacks
Darker mornings and an early dusk can make it hard to shed the duvet. This leaves less time to fix your hair. We have rounded up some quick and easy up-dos that appear well considered and sophisticated, even if we don’t have time to create perfect Autumn hairstyles.
These U shaped pins can initially look like a complex venture. However, if you are not familiar with them, the chignon has a long history rooted in antiquity. A French word- it references an expression that translates to the ‘nape of the neck’. The chignon has re-emerged repeatedly over time and has been associated with both servitude and Roman Egyptian royalty.
A notable revival was in the 40s and 50s when the French pleat took centre stage. Today Chignon Pins can be used to create both messy buns and neat French Pleats. So how do you do create these looks? Please see our tutorial for a French Pleat hairstyle below:
Struggling to master the Chignon Pin? Not to worry: here is the same hairstyle achieved with a trusted friend: the Oval Barrette. To add further detail to this look, don’t be afraid to pull some small wisps of hair out at the nape of your neck and around your face.
Hair combs were one of the first hairstyling tools created by mankind, and are a great way to comb your hair back. Introducing our Interlocking Hair Combs: a sophisticated accessory for gathering your hair in a half up half down elegant way from our French Essentials Collection.
Please see our tutorial below:
These combs can also be used to gather all of your hair into an up do for a unique take on the classic ponytail.
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This concludes our Autumn Hairstyles AW21 Tegen Accessories round up. Please share with us your favourite Tegen Autumn accessories and inspire us with the ways you choose to style them! Tag us on Instagram (@tegenaccessories) and Facebook (tegen accessories). Alternatively you can email us your photos at firstname.lastname@example.org.