Haircut Trends Modernize Classics

The Shaggy Bowl Cut 

Ask your hairdresser for rounded bangs with rounded edges if you're ready to get jazzy with this cut.

The Shaggy Bowl Cut 

Have your hairdresser trim along the brow and around the perimeter of your face to produce layers that flatter your features. 

The Octopus 

The octopus haircut, which isn't as repulsive as it may seem, will only gain steam.

The Octopus 

He suggests requesting that your hairdresser trim feathery bangs, layer the top.

Layered Curve Cut

The layered curve cut is predicted to be popular because it is the ideal haircut for allowing your hair develop naturally. 

Layered Curve Cut

Many of Hawkins's customers, he said, have elected to maintain the lengthier lengths they grew out in the wake of stay-at-home orders and salon closures.  

The Shag

The contemporary shag haircut was the most popular of the shaggy haircuts that gained popularity last year. 

The Shag

The return of the rocker look is predicted by fashion experts.

The Mixie 

Hairstylist Jamie Wiley predicts that this hairstyle, with its blend of vintage and contemporary influences.

The Mixie 

The mixie, a cross between a mullet and a pixie cut, often measures two to three inches in length and rests at the nape of the neck. 

Short Afro

Even though most Black women would identify this style of haircut as a short afro.

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