These Are the Hair Trends to Look Forward to for Fall 2020

Many people believe that being fashionable and stylish is all about the clothes you wear, the shoes you put on your feet, and the accessories that you don, but that just isn’t the case. Rocking your home runway and turning heads on the street is all to do with your makeup, your confidence, and, of course, your hair. Thankfully, we’re here to help you get a head start on the hair trends for Fall 2020.

These Are the Hair Trends to Look Forward to for Fall 2020

Neon Roots

We’ve got Billie Eilish to thank for this one. We’re all still pretty obsessed with this singer, and it seems as though we love her style as much as we love her voice. As someone who has rocked the neon green roots for a while now, it seems as though this Fall is our chance to give it a go. You don’t have to go for green if you don’t want to, though.


The cooler months are all about layering, but this isn’t just about wearing a light jacket over your shirt. Headscarves are going to come back in a big way this Fall, and this is all thanks to Dior. These guys wanted a headscarf revolution, and we’re totally here for it. Whether you just want to hide a bad hair day or whether you want to pump up your outfit, a headscarf is the way to go.

These Are the Hair Trends to Look Forward to for Fall 2020

Soft Ribbons

If you’re the kind of person who loves to wear your hair in a low pony, then we have the new hair trend for you. It’s feminine, it’s floaty, and while it might tickle on your back, it’s still totally awesome. That’s because these soft ribbons are going to become the ultimate hair accessory this Fall. They’re sleek, they’re elegant, and they’re downright beautiful.

These Are the Hair Trends to Look Forward to for Fall 2020

It’s important to remember your hair when it comes to styling your whole outfit, and these Fall 2020 hair trends will definitely boost your look.

The Luxury Shoe Line Chelsea Paris, Now Available at Neiman Marcus

It is a designer’s dream’ to end up on the shelves of world-class stores like Neiman Marcus. Recently Theresa Ebagua’s dream of being in partnership with the luxury department store Neiman Marcus was fulfilled. She shared how, as a black designer, it means so much for her to be a part of such a reputed and famous store.

The Epiphany

Ebagua had an epiphany on a flight back from London, after visiting her mother’s funeral that life is too short for her to be spending it at a 9-5 job working for a tech company. She realized she wanted to be a footwear designer while reading a magazine about the latest news about footwear designing brands. She said to herself, “I have always been fascinated by shoes. This is exactly what I should be doing with my life” and decided to join Ars Sutoria in Italy where she learned everything she needed to learn about designing footwear.

The Transition

She gave up her successful career in the tech industry to start her shoe line ‘Chelsea Paris,’ which she named after her two daughters Chelsea and Paris. After realizing how there are so few black women designers in the footwear industry, she named her brand after her daughters to inspire them to follow in her footsteps. Her aim was to encourage her girls to dream and follow their passions just like their mother.


The Chelsea Paris footwear line makes a point out of making footwear more sustainable by using eco-friendly and sustainable materials including vegetable-tanned and metal-free leathers. All the textiles that are used in making the shoes are ecologically produced, and the factory they are made in only uses organic and cruelty-free dyes, glues, and other materials. All the footwear is handmade by skilled and experienced European artisans.