2011 Fall Hairstyles and Hair Trends

2011 Fall Hairstyles and Hair Trends. Two of the biggest hair trends for fall 2011 includes the loo...

2011 Fall Hairstyles and Hair Trends. Two of the biggest hair trends for fall 2011 includes the look of braids, and retro styles. These hairstyles were seen countless times by designers on the runway, and we're also seeing them worn by celebrities on the red carpets. Braids can be worn to the sides of one head, or try something unique by adding multiple braids to create your own look this fall.

Retro styles from pinup curls to bouffants and big teased hair are all major trends for fall 2011, and have been seen on celebs such as Sara Jessica Parker and Rihanna just to name a few. For other hair trends you can wear this fall look below to see the top looks.

Off Center Parts


Sleek Ponytails

Unique Colored Hair or Streaks

Big Teased Hair

Textured Hair

Blunt Bangs

Retro Styles

Feathers/ Hair Accessories

Edgy Haircuts

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