Rich Brunettes: Deep, chocolatey brown hair colors were in demand for Fall 2021. These rich brunettes offered a warm and luxurious look, often with subtle highlights or lowlights for dimension.
Face-Framing Highlights: Many opted for face-framing highlights or balayage to brighten up their hair around the face.
Caramel and Honey Tones: Warm caramel and honey blonde tones were popular choices, adding a touch of brightness and vibrancy to hair, especially for those looking to transition from summer to fall.
Short and Textured Cuts: Short haircuts with texture, such as pixie cuts and shaggy styles, gained popularity for their low maintenance and trendy appearance.
Curtain Bangs: Curtain bangs, also known as '70s-inspired bangs, made a comeback. They frame the face with soft, parted-in-the-middle bangs that can be styled in various ways.
Natural Texture: Embracing and enhancing natural hair texture was a significant trend. Whether curly, wavy, or straight, many people opted for styles that showcased their hair's inherent beauty and texture.
Chunky Highlights: Chunkier, more pronounced highlights and lowlights were favored for adding contrast and drama to hair. These bold streaks created a striking effect, especially in darker hair.