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Hair Facts: 45 Autumn Hair Facts Including Hair Care and Hair Color

All the facts about hair you were looking for.

Autumn hair is one of the most searched keywords today, and we’re not surprised since we’re about to enter Fall. We rounded up amazing facts about hairstyles, hair colors, hair care products, and the ingredients you’ll need for the season.

1. The autumn cold weather sucks moisture from the hair strands, causing static and frizz.

2. A shampoo and conditioner system for dry hair is purchased the most in the United States during the fall season.

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3. Washing your hair less often is recommended to keep moisture in the hair.

4. Autumn weather’s unique combination of indoor heating, wind, rain, and autumn sun affects the health of your hair, making it more prone to damage and split ends.

5. The colder Fall weather can affect your hair texture and hair color.

6. The predicted top hairstyle trends for Fall are sleek ponytails, shadow roots, modern mullet,’90s layers, ponytail twist, headband hair trends, face-framing layers, and extra-long ponytails.

7. Fall is known as hair’s healing season since we tend to repair the damage caused by the sun during the summer.

8. Flaky and itchy scalps become increasingly common in the colder months starting in Fall.

9. Scalp exfoliation is essential during the colder season, such as Fall, to remove product build-up and dead skin cells.

10. Stress levels rise in the Fall, and hair loss is more prone in this season and winter.

11. Hair static starts in the Fall season.

12. To reduce hair static, sleep on a silk pillow cover.

13. When transitioning from summer to fall is vital to include hair masks in your weekly hair care routine.

14. When transitioning from summer to fall is vital to change your summer shampoo and conditioner to one that can adjust to the change in temperature.

15. Extra moisturizing ingredients such as jojoba and buriti oils secure hydration in the hair strands.

16. Hair masks are essential to use in the Fall season to keep your curls static and frizz-free.

17. Using a weekly hair mask will add hydration and tame the hair cuticle during the cold months.

18. Seek out hair products with aloe vera because it helps strengthen hair strands, and keeps the hair follicles healthy, which can become dry due to the cold autumn weather.

19. Colder weather can easily disrupt curls patterns.

20. To maintain the curl’s structure, changing your hair care system to a curl moisturizing and hydrating one is recommended.

21. Natural ingredients such as camellia oil give hydration and shine to protective hairstyles for natural hair.

22. Limit the use of synthetic and alcohol-based products to prevent your autumn hair from drying out.

23. Autumn hair loses its natural volume due to the colder temperature and lack of humidity in the air.

24. Volumizer hair products use increases during the fall and peaks in winter for U.S. consumers.

25. Hair oil use for hair and scalp increases during the fall and peaks in winter for U.S. consumers.

26. Shine spray product use increases during the fall and peaks in winter for U.S. consumers.

27. Anti-frizz hair products use peaks in fall and winter among U.S. consumers.

28. Heat-protecting hair products use increases in the fall and peaks in winter among U.S. consumers.

29. Deep-conditioning hair products use increases in the fall and peaks in winter among U.S. consumers.

30. The use of clarifying products such as shampoo and scalp scrubs also increases in fall and peaks in the winter.

31. Hair becomes dull during the autumn and fall because as it naturally dries out, it doesn’t reflect light as much.

32. Vitamins are a great way to nourish your hair during the fall season to combat hair dryness.

33. Vitamin A, vitamin C, biotin, and iron are all vitamins that will help your hair look shinier and healthier.

34. Cold water is a great way to keep moisture in your hair because cold water closes the hair shaft.

35. After using shampoo and conditioner in your hair, try rinsing with cooler water to refresh your scalp and lock in all that moisture lost during autumn hair.

36. For natural hair, to lock in moisture and protect your hair from dry weather, try protective styles like two-strand twists, braids, wigs, and many more.


38. Summer hair is a synonym for sun-kissed hair, lighter hair with highlights. As the season changes to fall, highlights naturally fade, and hair goes darker.

39. The fall is a great time to bring some warm colors into your hair

40. Coloring hair darker allows the transition from a light color to a darker one to happen more manageable and even out the color.

41. The Fall season tree’s leaves changing colors inspire fall hair colors.

42. Earth tones, red, light browns, and dark blondes are the preferred hair colors of the Fall season.

43. Clarifying shampoo should never be used in colored hair because it will strip out the color and make it fade.

44. Gloss application treatments in salons after coloring starts in fall and peak in winter for U.S. consumers.

45. Salon deep conditioning treatments start in the fall and peak in winter.


Sources: Bustle, Cosmopolitan, Allure, Philip Kinsley, Coveteur, Women’s Health, Naturally Curly, Percy & Reed, RevAir.

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