Autumn Hair Trends To Refresh Your Look This Season

Subtle Shift 

By Tracy Sinclair | 5th April 2024

The changing of the seasons always calls for a new ‘do! As the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, we chatted with Jaye Edwards, the Owner, Founder, and Colourist at Edwards and Co, to find out the hair trends we’ll be seeing everywhere this autumn.

Bronde Blends

“I’m expecting to see a lot of girls transition to richer, and warmer brown tones such as caramel, honey, or chestnut, to add warmth and dimension to the hair amidst the colder weather, where hair often feels dull and dry. I call this a warm-toned, Bronde Blends, sparkly bronde, which can be completely customised to suit your features and hair type/texture.”– Jaye

Glassy Brunette

“For my brunette girls who want to add some shine to their hair, I’d recommend getting a quick gloss service to refresh your hair for winter. It’s important to work with the natural texture and colour of your hair, rather than against it. Glassy Brunette is super low maintenance and makes all the difference. You can work with your hairstylist to figure out what shade and tone suits you best, it isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach.” – Jaye

Biscuit Blonde

“Biscuit Blonde is the new and improved lived-in blonde and would be a stunning transition for my blondes as we head into cooler months where a traditional blonde could wash you out. This Biscuit Blonde is warm, luxurious and youthful. Defined by those warm, golden shades that offer an on-trend alternative to the cooler blonde tones that we have seen over summer. For brunettes, this would involve a lightening service, then toning back to honey perfection. Whereas for blondes, a simple 15-minute gloss service could get you there.” – Jaye

Banging Bob

“I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, 2024 is the year of the bob! You should work with your stylist to ensure the length and style can suit your features, for the most flattering transformation. This look however can be quite high maintenance to style, so consult your stylist so you can choose a style that suits your lifestyle. You can add some lowlights to add some dimension which can make your hair appear thicker and fuller!” – Jaye

Butterfly Haircut

“The butterfly cut is here to stay, and is a great cutting technique involving layers around the face, with longer layers towards the back to give you an appearance of fuller, thicker hair which gets that butterfly shape. Similar to the bob, this cut is also high maintenance to style, so keep that in mind if you are a low-maintenance person.” – Jaye

Blunt Cut

“This is a super simple, low-maintenance, and chic haircut that will be your low-maintenance, foolproof hair for winter. The straight blunt cut will make your hair appear fuller and healthier! It looks super chic with shorter face-framing pieces and suits all hair colours and textures!” – Jaye

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By Tracy Sinclair Powered by tea and hot chips, the Kiwi-born livewire is at the helm of Style killing the game, always dressed in fashion-forward ‘fits.




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