1. The 90s Bob
This androgynous blunt cut bob is transporting us straight back to the 90s where Winona Ryder and Cameron Diaz ruled the screen with their cropped, flicky do’s. A single-length cut in line with the lips, the 90s bob is wonderfully versatile and can be dressed up glam-style with straighteners or mussed up for a relaxed look with a bit of texture spray. It’s a great option for someone looking to add volume to fine hair or wanting to make a big statement without putting in the work.
2. Icy platinum blonde
The popularity of this frosty, almost-white blonde doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Perfect for the transition into snowy winter, the platinum look suits any length, from pixie cuts to short afros to long, layered waves. It can be a challenging colour to achieve, especially with clients starting from a darker base, but the right tools like Procare’s automatic 24*7 dispenser will make life a lot easier.Shop our 24*7 Automatic Hair Foil Dispenser now
3. The wolf cut
Somewhere at the intersection of a mullet and a shag lies the wolf cut, Tik Tok’s ultimate 2021 hair trend featuring voluminous wispy layers, texture and curtain bangs that add shape towards the front. This fun, retro look can be paired with a loose perm for reduced daily maintenance and be made even grungier with red or rose gold colour paired with shadow roots.
4. Proper copper
Whether it’s a warm ginger or a deep auburn, copper hues are inevitably making a comeback this autumn – this time with a glossy twist, in keeping with the growing ‘healthy hair’ trend of 2021. A hint of metallic colouring really makes copper pop and convey that red, luxurious glow. For multi-tasking stylists with several colours on the go, Procare’s coloured foil can help you stay on track.explore our premium range of coloured hair foils
5. The 70s fringe
2021 has seen a major 70s revival in the hair department that shows no signs of stopping. From the aforementioned shag-inspired wolf cut to these wispy curtain bangs, the Stevie Knicks-inspired textures and layers of the ‘Me’ Decade are here to stay all throughout autumn. The groovy, angled fringe looks great with a middle parting and long layers or a shoulder-grazing, tousled lob.
6. Honey highlights
Warmer blonde tones like toffee, caramel or light chestnut are great transitional colours for the autumn – showing off that late summer tan without looking too bright and poppy. The wheat-toned blonde can be achieved by diffusing honey beige balayage with your client’s natural colour. Procare’s Balayage Dispenser will provide the freedom for this delicate freehand work.Check out our balayage dispenser
7. Natural curls
A full year without visiting the salon has meant more quality time with our own hair at home. Few things took social media by more of a storm than the ‘Curly Girl Method’ – a DIY trend that empowered men and women to achieve frizz-free, defined curls with little effort. Now that self-care days are back on the menu, we’re seeing more and more stylists embrace natural curls this autumn, creating bespoke layered cuts and colours to match the relaxed 70s vibe that is so on brand right now.