National Hair Day | October 1
Sun Oct 1st

National Hair Day

National Hair Day honors all the styles, products, accessories, and people who maintain our hair healthy and looking its best on October 1st.


It's always nice to know your hair looks great when the clothes don't fit or you're running late. We're either looking for a new cut or we've found the right one, we want to keep it looking as fresh as it was when we first left the salon. The right styling tools and hair care products can go a long way toward achieving a healthy, luxurious hairstyle.

There are products out there to curl, straighten, repair, lift, enrich, moisturize, moisturize, hold, and sculpture, from fine and thin to thick and course. Unique hairstyles is an art form as well as a health regimen.

Put your best style forward during this coveted observance. No wind, no storm hold you back!

How to celebrate national hair day

Let your hair be your crowning glory. What is your go-to-hairstyle? Give your stylist a shout-out or take a new look. To keep your hair healthy, try the latest haircare products to keep your hair looking as good as it can be. We all know what a well cut and style can do for our mood. Use #NationalHairDay on social media to show your favorite hairstyles, tools, and hair care products.

History of national hair day has spanned history

On October 1, 2017, NuMe introduced National Hair Day, honoring styling tools and hair care products that make our hair look natural, allowing us to feel our most feminine selves.

Hair FAQ

Q. How many hair styles are there?

A. There are four basic hair styles, but each type can be broken down further based on the type of curl, texture, and other characteristics. Straight, Wavy, Curly, and Kinky are four specific types of hair.

What are some classic hairstyles from film and television? Q. What are some famous hairstyles from film and television?

A. For starters, Princess Leia's hair in the Star Wars films made many changes. However, the side buns tend to be the most memorable.

Christopher Reeves' Superman is another memorable hair moment for the films. The curl in front outdid itself.

Ace Ventura in Jim Cary's film of the same name had a hair-raising style.

In Grease, John Travolta's in Grease resembled the 1950s rebel style. Travolta's role in several films, including Rebel Without A Cause, mimicked that of James Dean's style in many films, including Rebel Without A Cause. Travolta's was just a little more polished-up than Dean's.

Marge Simpson's ostensibly blue beehive also serves as the ultimate storage unit.