Bang Fringe: Light, wispy bangs can add dimension to any hairstyle and can compliment almost all face types. Fringe has the ability to give a fun and flirty touch, or a sleek and sophisticated vibe depending on how it’s styled. This is a very versatile cut that will grow out within a couple of weeks making it low risk and commitment-free.
Pixie Cut: The pixie cut is very much in, and the perfect style to make a statement and stand out from the crowd. Pixie cuts are dramatic and will take some time to grow back; before making this edgy plunge, it is recommended to take time when deciding on the most suitable cut and style.
Blunt Lob: The long, shoulder-grazing bob has been very popular for the past few years due to the versatility it brings. This length is perfect to wear sleek and straight, in loose beachy waves, or even tight curls; it is known to be flattering on all face and hair types and shows no sign of going out of style. The minimal to no layers makes it simple to style both up and down.
Cropped Bob: This new super-short bob popping up on our favorite celebrities and social media platforms is surprisingly not new at all. The bob that is cut between the cheekbone and chin was iconic in the 90’s, and has made a return. This super-chic hairstyle is perfect for creating an edgy look.
Center Parted Curtain Bangs: Center parted curtain bangs are styled by creating a middle part and swooping the bangs to the side; bangs are typically long enough to tuck behind the ears preventing that awkward “growing out phase.” For this reason, many women are comfortable trying out this cut, as they have numerous daily styling options.
Long Internal Layers: Long internal layers work for mid to long length hair. This style was created to add volume and texture to hair, all while giving the illusion of one length. Long internal layers are the perfect way to spice up your hairstyle without having to lose any inches off the bottom.
70’s Swoop: This style is all about bangs and bouncy ends. The 70’s swoop entails long bangs and/or layers that frame the face while being “swooped” and styled outwards. The bottom layers are then “swooped” and styled under, creating texture and volume.