A/W Hair Trends

Top Trending Hair Cuts & Styles For Autumn/Winter 2021 From Hair Lab Hair Salons, Basingstoke & Woking

It’s easy to get stuck in a rut when it comes to your hairstyle so, what better time than the change of season to transform your look? Our expert hair stylists are all highly trained and up-to-date with the latest techniques and trends, so we can advise you on a new Autumn or Winter hairstyle that will really work for you personally.

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Textured Lobs

Is is time to go for the chop? A short textured bob will really turn heads as well as being an easy to manage hair style. Short hair has become increasingly fashionable and can be styled to look smart & glamorous as well as relaxed and casual. 

Take a look at this beautiful textured bob for some hair inspo!

Bed Head Hair

Arguably one of the most asked for hairstyles for Autumn & Winter 2021 is undone hair. Effortlessly rock the bedhead look by teasing out your roots to give lift, then add some texturising product and you’re ready to go. If you feel like trying this super-stylish look book your appointment at your local Basingstoke & Woking salons today!

Rock A Curly Hairstyle

Curly hair doesn’t have to be hard work. Our stylists are all trained in how to cut and style hair that is wavy, frizzy, or has curls that are hard to control. Quite often a good hair cut and the right products is enough to keep your locks looking stunning all day every day. Our expert stylists are always happy to help recommend products to use for your specific hair type – all you need to do is ask!

We love how Kelly Hoppen embraces her natural hair type and we think she looks beautiful with this mane of curls.

Curtain Bangs Are IN!

Keeping a fringe looking on point can be tricky! Regular fringe trims can be difficult to keep us with which is why the curtain bang offers a stylish solution. This on-trend fringe gets its name from the way it parts down the middle and can be swept to either side of your face.