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Now that fall is officially here, we’re Butterfly Hoodie swapping out our summer clothes with our favorite cozy essentials. We’re scooping up some new pieces, too, like a mix of versatile basics and on-trend silhouettes that we’ll look forward to wearing on repeat when temperatures plummet.

Right now, we’re loving what we’re seeing in Old Navy’s new arrivals Chrome Hearts Dress section. It’s chock-full of pieces that actually make us look forward to cold-weather dressing, from quilted jackets and layerable shackets to comfy loungewear and trendy jeans.

Some standouts in the brand’s new arrivals section go as follows. There are Sherpa-lined clogs that could easily be mistaken for a luxe iteration, as well as an oversize Butterflyhoodie blazer that epitomizes the phrase autumnal chic. We also have our eyes on a floral-print dress that comes in fall colors and is perfect for that awkward summer-to-fall transition.

To check out these styles and more, keep scrolling to shop our top 20 Old Navy new arrivals for October we almost guarantee you’ll love, too. FYI: some pieces are so popular that they’re already selling out.

The Butterfly Haircut Is a Game Changer For My Fine Hair

The butterfly haircut is a viral hairstyle coined by celebrity hairstylist Sunnier Brook.

  • One editor tried the trend to add more volume to her fine hair.
  • Check out photos of the haircut and tips on how to style the look.

I’m not going to lie, I was very affected by the “Rachel” haircut when it first made an appearance in the late ’90s. Of course, I begged my mom to bring me to the salon so I could get it cut into the iconic layered ‘do. However, once I sat down in the stylist’s chair, they would always tell me my hair was too fine and would fall flat.

So when the butterfly haircut — a style that consists of face-framing layers and was originally coined by celebrity hairstylist Sunnier Brook — went viral on Tikor, I thought this would be my one chance to finally get the Rachel in an elevated way tailored to my Kid Cudi Merch specific hair type. When I went to see Lindsay Victoria, master stylist and educational director at Spoke & Weal in Los Angeles, I asked her to both keep my length and give me as much volume as possible.

Keep reading for tips on what to expect from the cut and how to style it based on your hair texture — plus photos of my own butterfly shirt haircut.

What Is a Butterfly Haircut?

She explains that the best at-home tool for creating the butterfly effect is the Dyson Airdrop’s long barrel attachment, but it can also be achieved with a round brush or a medium to large curling iron.

“Using your tool of choice, split your hair in half down the center back, curling each side in the same direction (toward or away from the face), and let it cool before brushing out Black And White Hoodie the wave for a smooth polished finish,” Victoria says. “Regardless if you are curling toward or away from the face, you want to curl the shortest front layer away from the face to create that signature butterfly wing.”

When it comes to products, she says they’ll really be determined by your hair texture. People with fine hair will want to look for products that are intended for volume and hold. “A root-lifting spray, mousse, styling foam, thickener, dry shampoo, and dry texture spray,” Victoria says.

“Stay away from oils and creams to not weigh down the hair.” Medium textures will want a light blow-dry cream, volume spray or mousse, and a dry texture spray to finish. Coarse hair should look to a blow-dry cream, hair milk, or leave-in conditioner paired with a light hold product, finished with a light hair oil or styling cream.

Results From My Butterfly Haircut