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Sadly it looks like summer has packed its bags and jetted off for another year. So perhaps now is a good time to think about how to update your hair for autumn and the coming months. I for one think that the end of summer is a great time to revamp your hair and after an intense summer of fun your hair will more than thank you for it.

I personally think that getting a good cut and sorting out your colour is the best place to make a start in shaking up your look. Autumn and winter months are all about a more sophisticated, glamorous look. If you wondered when the best time to rinse out the much loved festival pastel hair chalk trend and to get chop off your frazzled, heat damaged locks, now is the time.

Natural hair shades are the hair trend of choice come autumn. Allow your hair a sigh of relief by ditching the hair dye, and going au natural.

This is also the best time to recover from crazy summer colours. We’ve all had our fun, now it’s time to let our natural hair colour shine on through. If leaving your hair alone is a big no-no for you or if your are naturally this hair colour, then bold copper colour is the most fashion- forward hair shade for this coming season.

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If you’re feeling brave, what better way to enter the new season than a daring new cut? Grungy pixie cuts are a going to be a major hair trend for the remaining months of this year. The style involves a twist on the traditional pixie cut with shaved sides, and lots of texture for an edgy approach to the traditionally girlie hairstyle.

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Lastly, fans of the traditional blow dry can rejoice! Big blow dried hair is a welcome feature on the menu for this autumn so for those who can’t bear the idea of a chopped pixie cut, do not fear. Autumn will see the return of the blow dry and the bigger, the better. 60’s and Crimped hair was also featured on the autumn/winter catwalks so get ready to back comb your hair to give it lots of height and body.

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So there you have a few ideas to inspire your hair for the new season to keep you looking stylish and on trend.