It takes a little bit more than its mere presence on the runway for a certain hairstyle to end up setting foundation for a full-out 2014 hair trend. But roll in the unexpected, add a couple of smart twists and a hint of glamour, and the new do’s can’t help but reemerge as significant segments building the whole that is a pertinent trend. Spanning in between the classic, the retro and the innovative, the autumn / winter 2014 hairstyles are all about welcoming the cold, gloomy days with full-blown attitude and a whole lot of class. As a result, new fall 2014 hairstyles arise for you to try and get inspired by. We’ll be adding more soon so do keep an eye on this page, and subscribe to our newsletter or follow us on Facebook if you want to keep up to date with all the fall 2014 hair trends. Fall 2014 hairstyles: key hair trends. With the upcoming months set to gradually get colder, the autumn and winter hairstyles for 2014 are expected to take out the long for naturalness and replace it with the higher sense of drama known for always accompanying the fall season. Further more, it’s the textured, or gently teased hair, and the layered effects to command attention come autumn, in hairstyles that are bound to come forward as equal parts feminine and edgy. Reimagined braids, fuller and thicker, alongside voluminous do’s brimming with retro inspiration, and slicked back, wet-hair looks, build the hair repertoire for you to adopt during the beautiful days of fall. The ballerina bun: a fall 2014 hair trendIt's makeover season for the classic ballerina bun that sees its delicate essence take on many new shapes for fall/winter 2014, some polished, other messy, some sophisticated, others completelyÂ undemanding. Read more about the ballerina bun envisioned for fall 2014.Tuck it in: a fall 2015 hair trendA trend that's stayed on the radar for more than a few seasons now, keeping your hair tucked into your scarf or sweater just adds a little on-trend touch. It's the effortless factor that does it. Read more about the tucked in hair trend.Wet look hair: the wet hair you can go outdoors withWet-look hair may strike you as something ripe for summer, especially when it's all sweaty and beachy. But don't rule it out for autumn / winter: there's something about wild, textured, wet-look hair that works even better in the cold. Read more about wet look hairstyles for fall 2014. Braids. From loose, textured side braids, to intricate half-up half-down fishtails and tight plaits, there’s a whole new world of hair styling opportunities opening up for fall. The braided hairstyles for autumn/winter 2014 are set on highlighting femininity in any of their soft and glamourous, messy and folkish, or grungy and playful interpretations. They still bear that air of effortlessness we adore, making them all the more perfect for the upcoming cooler months. Braids at Temperley London, Etro and Marc by Marc Jacobs, fall/winter 2014 Sleek & wet. The sleek & wet hairstyles for fall 2014 bear many and contrasting concepts behind. From off-duty, after gym hair to glossy film noir locks, the greasy hairstyles to have walked the runways are all about mixing the high-shine, wet-like texture at the roots with straight strands. The results? Drastic, sharp, cool looking, particularly when paired to a gorgeous berry-stained lip. Wet look hair at Jonathan Saunders, Lanvin and Zimmermann, fall/winter 2014 ’60s mod hair. Taking us back to the 1960s, the soft, voluminous hairstyles playing upon side-swept bangs and subtle teasing at the crown make for one of the most alluring hair trends for fall 2014. Retro-cool, but incredibly delicate, the mod hairstyles take on many guises this autumn, allowing you to indulge in something a little more spectacular for when the right occasion arises. Mod hair at Nina Ricci, DSquared2 and Gucci, fall/winter 2014 Center part hairstyles. If for spring 2014 the deep-side parts seemed to be the ones ruling the runways, that’s all about to change as soon as fall arrives. Making way for a myriad of center part hairstyles, the autumn / winter 2014 hair trends mark a definite return to all styles bearing a center separation. In any of its stark of softer renditions, the center part is the one expected to dictate the course of all things pretty and feminine during fall and winter. Center parts at J. Mendel, Stella McCartney and Balmain, fall/winter 2014 Creative ponytails. Despite encapsulating such a timeless feel, the enduring ponytail sure gets a fair amount of makeovers as the seasons pass by. Some are made modern and intricate, others are imagined sleek and sharp, but all are conveying the same message: for autumn/winter 2014, the perennial hairstyle becomes as versatile as it gets. So put your imagination at play and let it all show in your fall 2014 ponytail of choice. ponytails at Valentino, Fendi and Ralph Lauren, fall/winter 2014 Loose waves. Loose waves that never looked softer, bearing a subtle bohemian influence resplendent with polish; these are the delicate tousled hairstyles imagined for fall 2014. Half texture, half shine, the soft waves that are about to transition into fall 2014 shape up an effortless, dreamy appearance that will look all the more striking when set against oversized outerwear and bulky knitwear. Loose waves at Isabel Marant, Rochas and Chloe, fall/winter 2014 Fall 2014 hair tutorials. Fall 2014 ponytails. How to create the perfect slick ponytailA perfectly slicked back high ponytail cannot be missing from your fall 2014 hair repertoire - not when it's brimming with '90s inspiration, promising to deliver a clean, sharp and sophisticated look. Follow the tutorial to create this slick ponytail for yourself. Fall 2014 up dos. How to: Prada's slick, low chignonWith its austere elegance and delicate ballerina-like expression, the slick, low chignon at Prada is the epitome of autumnal sophistication. At the same time, it is none the less a style that can also be worn with a modern edge.How to: the minimal twisted ponytail at CelineThe hairstyle on the Celine runway saw the classic low ponytail being updated into an ultra-cool twisted interpretation. Both sleek and minimal, the twisted ponytail is the style to dress up or down come fall.How to: the effortless, low knot hairstyleEffortless, relaxed and easy, the low knot hairstyle is the perfect compromise between done and undone. Be it sunny, rainy or windy, this look promises to maintain its cool factor unaffected. Follow the tutorial to create the effortless low knot for yourself.How to: Jean Paul Gaultier's super slick topknotPart slick, part futuristic, all up, Jean Paul Gaultier's take on the classic up do is all kinds of wonderful. Paired to a graphic eye and nude lip, wear this sculptural look whenever you feel like adding some edge to your autumn attire. Follow the slick topknot tutorial here. Fall 2014 hair-out hairstyles. How to: Nina Ricci's '60s soft volumeStraight with a hint of volume, imposing but just slightly teased, Nina Ricci's hair-out hairstyle made the past relevant again. Tucked in a cozy turtleneck or a chunky scarf, the hairstyle makes for a super stylish way of embracing the colder days.How to: the Hermes soft side twistIn being a hairstyle that takes just minutes to put together, yet manages to look incredibly polished and feminine, lies the true beauty of Hermes' soft side twist. It works wonderfully both on long and short hair, even more so when accompanied by earthy tones and rich textures.How to: Versace's sleek '60s hairAnother beautiful take on the iconic '60s hair, the look at Versace marries past inspiration with modern edge. Left out, straight and gently teased at the crown, it makes for a style that promises to highlight femininity while requiring little effort. Learn how to master Versace's sleek '60s hair at that link.