Having attractive hair is important for everyone. A good haircut and hairstyle play a significant role in this beauty. Most of us have missed doing a fashionable haircut at the salons in 2020 and recently 2021. And it should be a piece of good news by improving the current condition, we can go to a hair salon again and ask the hairstylist to do a trendy haircut for us.
Now it’s time to see the top haircut trends in 2021:
Undercut hair is where the haircut back and sides are shorter than the top, allowing the hair on top to sit over the sides. Could you find a better hairstyle than the Under-cut to withstand the summer heat?! No matter what’s your gender or age. The undercut is for all!
2) Shaggy Bobs
Bob haircut is fashionable for a long time because it’s so nice for all faces & hair types, especially straight ones. But we will see one type of bobs more than other bob styles, Shaggy-Bob!
A shaggy bob haircut combines multiple layers with long bob hairstyles to create a tossed, fresh look. Most shaggy bobs reach between chin and shoulder length and include several layers around the crown of the hair.
3) Curtain Bangs Hairstyle
Curtain Bangs look incredible on everyone with all hair types. Curtain bangs are a type of bangs that frame the face on both sides. Such bangs are cut shorter on the inside and become gradually longer outside. As we’ve seen on countless celebrities, like Rihanna, Sofia Vergara and Jennifer Lopez hairstylists confirm curtain bangs are having a moment. Brown recommends this retro fringe if you want to accentuate your cheekbones.
4) Face-Framing Layers
Here are what we’re seeing on the trend radar for Spring/Summer 2021: shorter layers that frame the face, often paired with ’60s curtain bangs and blowouts that accentuate the layered look.
Face framing layers are all about opening things up and highlighting one’s facial features like cheekbones, eyes, jawline. Face Framing Layer hair cut is a good technique to make the face look younger.
Jennifer Aniston is one of the celebrities who is very loyal to this hairstyle. It seems that Rachel’s hairstyle in the Friends series has still affected her
5) Blunt Bangs
In Blunt Bangs, the hair is cut straight across the forehead in a blunt manner. Similar to straight-across bangs but thicker and sometimes heavier looking. Blunt Bangs are serious business—this style of bangs requires a bit more upkeep, without the feathery ends that curtain bangs provide. Blunt fringe lines á la Mia Wallace look cool as hell paired with short bobs and ultra-long cuts alike. People with oval face shapes can get away with most fringe styles, and this look is extremely suitable for them. Look at Rooney Maras! she is so gorgeous with her special blunt bangs.
6) Curly Shags Haircut
Shags are having an extended moment and we think it is safe to say they aren’t going anywhere. Most women have been shifting to lower maintenance styles and one of the best things about a shag is its easy upkeep. The curly shag is one of the most highly-requested haircuts of 2021, and that’s because choppy face-framing layers and tousled fringe look major with waves and curls. Sandra Oh & Zendaya are in style with this haircut trend.
7) Mullets Haircut Trend
This vintage haircut, as we know was a popular style during the 1980s. But when I saw Miley Cyrus in her newest music video, Midnight Sky, I had guessed the mullet should be one of the biggest haircut trends that come from quarantine. The “mullet” is a hairstyle in which the hair is shorter at the front, but longer at the back.
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8) The ’90s Chop
While the 2010s were all about long, breezy waves, expect to see more stylized cuts in the ’20s. Chop haircut is usually super-short hair with a lot of texturing and styled to look slightly wind-blown. This Crop haircut in the 90s was very low maintenance and didn’t need to use more hairstyle tools or products. So, it should make sense this natural hairstyle is as a trend as natural makeup.