The craziest hairstyles have determined the year 2021 and have become real hypes - just remember the wolf cut for a moment. These unusual cuts were an answer to a long time in lockdown, in which we had to completely avoid visiting the hairdresser. 2022 is now a return to more wearable hairstyle trends - like a much-toned-down version of the wolf cut. We reveal which cuts and hair colors will define the coming year.
If the wolf cut - a mix of shag and mullet - is too drastic as a hairstyle trend, you might make friends with the more wearable version of the haircut. In 2022, haircuts with extreme levels are particularly popular. They can be combined well with curtain bangs and French bangs. Just like the wolf cut, this hairstyle trend exudes a lot of 80s feeling. Cool!
The pixie cut will also become a hairstyle trend in 2022 as a new version. Instead of being razor short, the iconic hairstyle is now worn in a longer version – also known as a grown-out pixie. The hair on the sides in particular is a little longer here and gives the face a nice frame. Best of all, the outgrown pixie not only suits women with elongated, oval faces but also with rounded face shapes. The long strands on the side optically lengthen the face.
The bob is a popular hairstyle trend every year and comes in a wide variety of facets. In 2022 we are going for a particularly casual version. The easy bob showcases natural hair structures. As? Very slight layers at the tips ensure that the hair lays in its natural flow without looking tangled.
The straightening iron has taken care of in 2022. Natural hair structures - whether curls or light waves - were already in high demand in 2021. In 2022, this “back to more natural” look will experience real hype. Attention: This hairstyle trend still needs care and a good cut (it's best to ask your hairdresser which cut best accentuates the hair structure). After all, this look should look stylish and not like Albert Einstein's.