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New hair trends for the winter season.

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New season, new beginnings. With weather changing and days feeling shorter, new hair is a must have.

For the autumn weather, hair color transitions from a warm blonde to a crisp burgundy. There are different thoughts on hair color dependng on the season; some believe fall and winter indicate darker hair and spring and summer indicate light.

“In the winter time, sometimes I dye my hair dark and put in some soft curls,” junior Abby Pyburn said.

Not only does weather impact hair color, but also hair styles. In the colder months, straight hair and braids are popular. In the hotter months, beach waves and updos are popular.  

“Summertime is when I put my hair up due to the hot weather,” Pyburn said.

Even though hair trends have to change, not everyone has to follow them.  Everyone’s beautiful in their own way. A hair style does not define an individual, it’s nothing more than a common trend and another way to bring people together.

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