Celebrity hair stylists talk Fall trends you can do yourself

Celebrity hair stylists talk Fall trends you can do yourself
Celebrity hair stylists talk Fall trends you can do yourself

This fall, updated hair cuts and colors send frugal fashionistas to the head of the class -- for a lot less than the price of a new wardrobe. Whether it's back to school, work or queuing up for the carpool, WalletPop asked celebrity hair stylists from New York to L.A. which looks earn the highest marks.

Aubrey Loots, owner and creative director of Studio DNA in Los Angeles said, "This year, we are seeing a lot of soft, textured hair with wavy or loose curls. Think: a very light beachy wave," said Loots. "The best way to get the wavy trend is to cut lengths anywhere from medium to long ... the length keeps the hair just heavy enough to hold the wavy [look] and also perfectly shows off the style."

Billy Lowe, Los Angeles-based celebrity hairstylist and beauty expert describes the trend as "carefree."