While you might be sad to see summer go, we are fully embracing autumn. Not only is it the start of the school year, but a new season is an opportunity to switch things. Since you're a beauty girl or Lady, ”Oerigo gat yo back” we know that the easiest way to revamp your look is hitting up the salon for a hairstyle — but when you're making a change, you need to do it right. From the title of this article, the following question may have popped into your head: “What exactly makes a hairstyle appropriate for a given season?” The answer, of course, is that it’s all subjective. Still, it’s entirely possible to get a good idea of what looks good in, say, summer versus autumn or winter. For example, a lived-in fishtail braid makes you think of romping around on the beach in the summer, so maybe it can take a breather during the cooler months. Finally, some hairstyles simply look better with a big coat or cool-weather clothing compared to the tank tops and maxis you see in the summer, but yeah in Kuwait you got to give it more time, even in autumn the heat still graces the day beautifully. It is hard enough to get dressed in this weather, let alone, style your hair and put on make-up! Of course, the Sartorialist offers motivation in this arena. Check out the top five autumn favorites.
Having hair up and away is Key to staying, and looking cool, during these heat spells. Pick something simple and utilitarian If duty calls and you must actually “do” your hair, first prep hair with a protective product, like Moroccan Oil before using hot tools, comb through with an Aveda’s wooden paddles brush for safe de-tangling. Work with smaller sections in the front, where hair is more damaged. Turn settings way down and pin curls while they are cooling to lock in waves.
Protection against sun-damage, chlorinated pools, and seawater is imperative to maintaining your hair’s moisture. Aveda’s sun care Protective Hair Veil provides up to 16 hours of protection against the sun, color fadage, damage, and dryness. Enjoy Autumn with Beauty
by Samuel Heskor