According to leading hair professionals 2018 has some new hair trends on the horizon. This year is going to be all about embracing natural, no-fuss textures with fresh, interesting haircuts.
No matter which haircut fits your style, it’s bound to be low maintenance and celebrate your natural beauty, making this upcoming year even more exciting to ring in!
1. BLUNT BOB WITH BANGS
This year the natural progression of the lob has taken on your length up an inch or two into a bob. If you want to change your look even more drastically, add a set of blunt bangs like Kerry Washington’s full fringe. At the salon, ask your stylist for blunt bob with a few long layers, and that your bangs be slightly layered and longer on the sides. Curtain bangs are aso in. A good option for those who are not ready to part with their current cut just yet,would’nt mind an update
2. GROWN-OUT SHAG
The beginning of 2017 saw the return of the shag which add to the look giving it a stylish edgy twist moving your hairstyles to the next level. Shag looks fantastic in any length and now it’s all grown up going into the new year. Jessica Biel’s long, shaggy layers with long, center-parted bangs that are blended into the rest of her layers proof that you can grow out the cut gracefully as an intentional style.
3. LENGTHENED PIXIE
This year surprisingly a number of celebs chopped their hair off into pixies—including Katie Holmes. Instead of following the other stars’ leads with short, textured cuts, Holmes opted to keep some length on top for a few more styling options.
4. SUPERLONG HAIR
If you’re looking for an intermission from of all of the ’90s beauty trends that have made a comeback this past year, super-long hair is your answer. The ’70s-inspired hair length can be easily achieved by clipping in a set of extensions, but if you want to grow your hair out, don’t skip on routine trims to keep split ends under control.
5. CHIN-GRAZING BOB
People still love the perfect bob length, and you can make it fresh and modern by going all natural. Long layers are added for some major volume and shape, but styling is only to emphasize, not change.