autumn/winter hairstyles at top liverpool salons Denise Thomas

Get The Look:  Top Autumn Hair Trends

The Best Autumn & Winter Hair Trends From Denise Thomas Hair Salons in Litherland & Crosby

The catwalk runways have been showcasing the latest hair trends for autumn/winter 2018 and we love them! So if you are stuck in a rut with your current hairstyle, why not use the change in season as an excuse to update your look?

No matter if you want a complete re-style or simply a tidy up, the hairstyling experts at Denise Thomas salons in Liverpool are on hand to help. 

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‘Relaxed’ Casual Wavy Hairstyles 

For an easy, ‘effortless’ hairstyle try the trend for adding relaxed waves and curls to your hair. Curly hairstyles and barely there waves were a key look on the catwalks this season so why not try rocking the same look?

Make sure you check out the offers and discounts available at Denise Thomas hair salons in Liverpool including our salon late deals where you can make BIG savings on all your favourite hairdressing services.

The Beehive – Add Extra Volume & Height To Your Hair

Add a bit of va va voom to your hair with a stunning beehive hairstyle. This top look for autumn can be worn as a full-on beehive updo or as a simple ponytail hairstyle with lots of height around the crown.

Shaggy Hair Styles With Fringes

Grown out fringes look great with a shaggy, textured hair cut. Fringes are a great way to frame your face and update your hairstyle with out losing lots of length. Ask your stylist to keep your fringe long and blunt for an on-trend autumn look. If you have a jumpy hairline your fringe may need a little ‘training’ to encourage it to lie, as you want but this could give your hairstyle the update it needs. 

Hairstyles With Centre Partings 

Want a quick and easy way to update your hairstyle with minimal effort? If the answer was yes then adding a centre parting to your hair is the way to go. Centre partings are bang on trend for autumn/winter 2018 and look great with some face framing layers.