These are some hair trends you should definitely give a try this spring
The spring-summer 2022 fashion catwalks not only showed us some must-have garments for this season, but also to gave us an idea of how to manage our hair this season.
Taking looks that a few decades ago were trending are making a comeback, but also haircuts that will do all the work for you without the need of a hair dryer or a curling iron; which luckily, will do wonders to your hair health.
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This season is definitely about keeping it easy, relaxed and embracing your natural texture and hair type.
Fresh is the perfect word to describe this look, even though some of them are from the 70s and 50s, so you should give a try to these looks to rock the spring.
The mullet was once one of the most hated haircuts, however, is coming back. Many models and celebs are wearing this look, originally it’s name is “mullet” we do know that, but this days it’s being used much softer and shorter, earning the name “shullet”.
A haircut that will give your hair: texture, volume and glam rock.
This one is like a mullet but with long hair. With a rebellious and tousled flare that if you know how to style it, you will surely stand out among the looks of this spring, the best thing? it fits with almost any type of hair!
Layered hair is one of the best and top trends of this spring, because this one adjusts to the type of your hair, giving you an amazing texture whether your hair is curly, wavy, or straight. There are several ways you can play with your hair having this haircut, maybe using a ponytail or a braid.
In this short-medium length haircut, the hair is typically cut straight around the head at jaw level, sometimes used with bangs. Even though it may seem as a boring haircut, you can use it in many ways, maybe a messy look or a more casual look that will make you rock this season.
This cut isn’t for you if you’re scared of layering, because it requires a ton of layers that will create texture for a lived-in look. It’s perfect for embracing your natural hair texture.
An easy way to add texture and movement to your long and straight hair, no need for a curling wand, just an easy flick and you’ll be rocking an effortless, natural and beachy texture.
A practical and expressive haircut, this style became popular in the 50s after Audrey Hepburn’s “Roman Holiday” movie, since then, many celebrities have tried this look. This one is however a very risky one, because you must cut almost all of your hair and leave behind the length, but don’t worry, this look can be used once again in many different ways, with bangs or feathered.