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A Fall Hair Look That Works For Everyone

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By September 4, 2018 No Comments

A Fall Hair Look That Works For Everyone

With fall literally knocking on our door, it’s time to start thinking about your fall hair. According to celebrity hairstylist Mika Fowler, who has worked with Emma Roberts, Olivia Munn, and Josie Maran, no drastic changes are necessary. We spoke with Mika all about fall texture, hair length, and face fringe so that you can get your mane prepared.

What’s the hair length for fall?
It’s still similar: a longer bob or hitting the breasts. With longer hair, you can have softness and many style choices, too. Think: Selena Gomez.

What about face fringe: is fall going to be about bangs, fringe, or all one length around the face?
Not a bang-bang, but fringe around the eye and cheekbone.

What about hair texture for fall?
Softer waves. The strong, straight look is getting tired, and since a little fringe is in, it looks good with wavy hair.

How do you create that wave?
Use a flat iron; it’ll remove the frizziness too. Make it smooth at the roots, then a bit of bend. Toss it around with your fingers.

Any products?
I like to use a bit of dry wax spray. You want to keep movement on the roots area so your hair is soft and natural, so just spray from the middle shaft to ends, giving more piecey-ness and movement.

Mika’s go-to is Joico Texture Boost Dry Spray Wax. Shop other dry wax sprays:

Mika Fowler works at the Kim Vo Salon, and she specializes in dry cuts. TBH, she gives a damn good dry cut…I just got one, and I love it!

*Mika cut my hair and the photo of the woman after me in the slideshow above. Also, my hair is entirely air-dried here — zero product!


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