Hollie-Jay Taylor of Oscar Oscar Salons has dished her advice on hair trends to embrace this autumn. Autumn hair is all about being trendy, with Hollie-Jay saying this seasonal change will focus on natural tones that blend with the season, helping individuals stand out from summer colours.

“We are seeing a return of the classic seventies style, centre parting long fringes, falling on the cheek and framing the face,” said Hollie-Jay. “This style, with natural, wavy curls and soft textured tips will give that ‘I woke up like this’ effortlessly cool girl look we spend hours trying to perfect.”

Autumn also brings about the return of balayage, shadow rooting blonde and natural colours. Hollie-Jay also predicts the demise of bold straight fringes and block colours.

“Autumn is all about getting warm, preparing for winter and saying goodbye to that split and dry beach blonde. Letting your hair relax and fall naturally while maintaining the style that best suits you is exactly what this trend is all about.”

Hollie-Jay has had time to perfect her craft, having been a hairdresser for more than 10 years. After becoming a salon partner at the Toowoomba Oscar Oscar salon in 2015, she has since begun to volunteer with different organisations, cutting hair at homeless shelters on her day off. “I have a skill set that costs me nothing but my time. The best part of our job is that we make people feel good, so to be able to share that with someone who’s doing it tough is a very rewarding feeling.”

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