FALL HAIR GAME

As the transition into Fall continues so does the evolving of your wardrobe, makeup and of course hair. The Fall runways indicated a variety of hair trends and we picked our favorite three. Pretty yet tough, every one of these styles can be worn effortlessly straight from the runway into real life. Our picks include- Updated versions of braids, messy ballerina-esque knots and buns and last but not least the stark center part-split down the middle. Re-create at home by adding your spin to them while remembering the key to these styles is not perfect is perfect.
It seems as if the braid brigade is here to stay. Well for now at least. This season the braids are taking on a rougher vibe- the perfect do to wear with prettier more feminine dresses and skirts. The contrast is exactly what you need to look and feel grungy glam. Givenchy opted for pairs that start out as regular braids but transition into fishtails. Over at Marchesa we saw perfected cornrows and Etro showed thick, disheveled fishtails. Valentino gave us a remix on the classic- a fat, single ponytail made to look like a variation of a braid with black rubber bands gathering sections all the way up. 
A bun has always been considered a timeless style. We get an update to this simple style this season. These current buns have taken on all elements of undone. A must for the woman on the go- giving you street inspired and appealing all rolled into one. Take a cue from Rag and Bone where a ponytail meets bun hybrid approach resulted in a beautifully lived in knot. Missoni and Balenciaga let us know that untamed flyaways, loose pieces, second day hair and wispy strands around the face are nothing to shy away from. It all just lends to the intentional imperfectness of the style. For the gals love the idea of a slicked look in front but not so serious in the back, Roberto Cavalli has you covered. Think super wet and glossy with a tousled, textured knot.
Whether its soft waves, blown out straight, worn in a low ponytail or curls- the center part can be incorporated. As long as its over the top, think a severe, strong line down the middle. This style looks best when worn sleek and smoothed down. Chanel, Derek Lam and Balmain proved ponytails with center parts are uber chic and sexy while Stella McCartney showed center parts with covetable, seductive waves.