The Look: Wispy Bob
Ideal for: Straight or wavy hair -cute fall hairstyle 2009
At the salon Ask for a long bob with choppy layers, a side part, and long, sideswept bangs.
At-home styling: Flip damp hair upside down and blow-dry. When hair is dry, use a texturizing pomade or wax to make the ends look piecey.
The Look: Uncoventional Updo
Ideal for: All hair types -fall hairstyles
At the salon: Ask for a tousled bob on layered hair with wispy bangs.
At-home styling: Take random pieces of hair and secure with bobby pins to the crown of the head. Pull out pieces of bangs and side layers to frame the face, and smooth them with a flat iron or blow-dryer to finish.
Ideal for: Straight or wavy hair -fall 2009 long hairstyle
At the salon: Ask for long layers with face-framing angles.
At-home styling: Work mousse into damp hair to add volume and texture. Give hair a low side part. Blow-dry hair with a round or flat brush, and tousle lightly with fingers when dry.
The Look: Sass and Class
All hair types
At the salon: Ask for shoulder-length hair, angled around the face, with long, sideswept, angled bangs.
At home styling: Blowdry hair with a round brush, working angles back away from face. Finish with a hair wax or pomade to add definition and shine.
Ideal for: All hair types -fall 2009 short haircuts
At the salon: ASk for a chin-length bob with a side part.
At home styling: Blow-dry hair straight. Add a finishing product, like a wax or pomade, for definition and texture.
The Look: Siren
Ideal for: All hair types -fall 2008 long haircuts
At the salon: Ask for long layers throughout with long and low angles around the face, and layers in the back.
At-home styling: Add a relaxing balm to damp hair, blow-dry, then finish with a flat iron for an emphasis on straightness. Finis h with balm for definition.