Sweater weather is upon us and as we change from light shirts to chunky knits, so do our hairstyles. During this time, many of us tend to switch to more cold weather friendly styles, or as we like to say, sweater weather hairstyles, like buns and ponytails which are easy to muster up in under ten minutes. Not everyone really wants to spend so much time on their hair when they can spend more time cozying up in a blanket while binging their favorite fall season shows, or out with friends enjoying fall activities.
There is a handful of us, however, that wouldn’t mind getting glammed up no matter the season. This season, it’s all about sweater-weather hairstyles. Hairstyles that work well with big coats and chunky knits help you prevent hair damage caused by rough materials like wool.
Read on for our favorite sweater weather hairstyles of the moment:
Sweater Weather Hairstyles: 5 Fall-Worthy Looks
1. Top Knot
This hairstyle should be your go-to when you’re wearing harsh fabrics. A cute top knot protects your ends from rubbing against your clothes. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t add products to protect your hair from other damaging effects that come with the colder months. Use a hair serum like TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum to add shine and to protect your strands.
2. Loose Waves
Wavy hairstyles work year-round. During the fall and winter seasons, we love the idea of pairing sweaters with lived-in wavy looks. Use Bed Head by TIGI Queen Beach Salt Infused Texture Spray to enhance the texture of your style. You can also try one of our favorite textured looks when you want to change things up a bit.
3. Shag Hairstyles
Shag hairstyles are still holding on strong. The harsh winds and cold days can flip this style upside down. For control, opt for using TRESemmé Climate Protection Finishing Spray to prevent unwanted flyaways and even frizz.
4. Mini Bob
How short will you go? This mini bob style has won our heart over this season. Pair this style up with statement turtleneck sweaters for a standout look. Ask your stylist to add in a few layers to help with a natural movement within your bob.
5. Colored Hair
Thinking of a way to elevate sweater weather hairstyles this season? How about a new color job? Brighten up cold days with a cool hair color.