Our Favorite Hair & Beauty Trends this Fall

The cooler months are officially upon us, and that means chunky knits, pumpkin spice everything, and a whole new wave of beauty and hair trends. We're here to break down some of our emerging fall favorites.


Bold lower lashes 

The queen of lashes remains relevant 50 years later! #Goals. In the 60s, British supermodel, Twiggy, threw the idea of "subtlety" out the window and drew on bottom lashes with black liner, thus revolutionizing the bottom lash lines of America. And now this the trend is back in full force for the fall. Instead of focusing primarily on top lashes, lay it on thick on your bottom lashes. Chic!


The updated French manicure

French manicures are not longer a 90s horror story! Ask your Nail Provider for a "tipped mani" i.e. curved swipes of bold fall colors on a neutral nail. This much needed update to the classic nude and white trend was all over the runway during NYFW, and is sure to be huge this fall.


Exposed roots

Blondes rejoice! Subtly blended dark roots are officially in. And no, we're not joking. The low maintenance intentionally grown-out look is best paired with a shiny Blowout and loose waves. At your next appointment, ask your Beauty Professional to paint highlights into your roots to ensure a subtle, not straight-across-line, look.


Chopped locks

Short, shaggy hair is huge this season. While we love the look of loose, flowing, mid-back length waves, there's an appeal to a chic little cut with tapered ends and tons of texture. Ask your Provider what exact length works with your face shape, we recommend shoulder length to most of our clients.  


Bronzed smoky eye

Take a hiatus from the typical dark smoky eye in lieu of a more office friendly look. Ask your Provider for "sunset eyes" at your next appointment for a look that'll take you from work to Happy Hour. 

Looking for more inspo? Check out our latest bridal article and don't forget to check out our Pinterest and Instagram for a daily dose of all things ManeStreem.

That's all for now! Happy Fall, everyone!