We’ve reached the time of year when seasonal depression sets in. Cold weather is akin to suck the life out everything, and especially our hair. Hence the reason why many of us find ourselves in a hair rut come the holiday season.
With freezing temperatures, we tend to put a halt on our wash-and-go styles, and cozy-up under beanies, berets, and wool caps. And while the aforementioned accessories help to conceal bad hair days, unfortunately, they only make matters of dry hair worse.
The best way to avoid lifeless looking hair and the seasonal slump this fall, is to do your hair. It’s mind-blowing, right?
So to inspire you, we tapped our good curl-friend Yara Shahidi, for nine fresh ways to liven up your locs this season. Check them out in the gallery below.
Half and Half
The easiest way to elevate your curls is to pull them up into a ponytail. If you're working with a lot of volume, then try this half up half down style.
NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 08: Actress and Model Yara Shahidi celebrates Barbie's 60th Anniversary & International Women's Day at The Empire State Building on March 8, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images)
We may not be able to time travel, but we can bring back hair trends of seasons past like this stunning asymmetrical shaggy bob with bangs.
Updos can be classy and sassy, and if you want to channel both looks at the same then try this stunning style.
Give your ponytail a cool and culy-licious update by teasing out your ringlets.
Beautiful Blow Out
The bigger the blowout, the harder they'll stare, so be prepared to be the center of attention with this larger than life hairdo.
You'll leave onlookers in awe with this heavenly halo.
This pretty ponytail says polished in the front and party in the back, which makes it perfect 'do for the office, and happy hour.
Spice up your go-to hairstyle by adding a little detail like these cool cornrows.
If you thought you couldn't pull off a ballerina bun with your voluminous curls, then think again. This pretty top knot proves that you can rock the updo do.