Whether you're 5 or 55, back to school is always an exciting time! We've scoured the fashion mags and runways, and of course received insight from our fashion-forward expert Artists at Juut to bring you the hottest trends for Fall.
Brunette, Honey + Gold, Red
Short + Rounded Fringe
"For back to school, I would say to everyone who is ready for it, go for a shorter fringe! We saw a rounded fringe at Marni and a short fringe at Versace this season and that is just a preview of what is to come for next season..."
- Joel Gunderson, Master Stylist + Creative Director
MEN'S HAIR TREND
Disheveled + Loose
"While styled and groomed carries over from previous seasons, disheveled and loose is strong for fall and winter. Guys can challenge themselves to see how closely they can toe the line between the two. So again, a perfectly executed cut is key to achieve this versatility."
- Anthony, Master Stylist + Men's Specialist
Dark + Vampy
"A couple trends that we will be doing at Juut for nails; the first is dark and vampy. Deep rich shades of burgundy and dark blue, like 'Osmium' from the holiday collection of Sparitual. This deep, dark, navy blue that is almost black...it will be the 'it' color!
The second big trend will be our new line of polish from Orly called Glam FX. It is honestly the most gorgeous collection I have ever seen! 22 different shades of glitter polishes with different shapes and sizes of glitter. I think it should be available at Juut next week! My favorite is called 'Cupcakes and Unicorns'...a pink and purple tinsel glitter!"
- Markus J, Senior Nail Technician + Nail Director
Check out the new AVEDA fall/winter collection here!
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