Do you shy away from hairstyle trends because you fear they won't suit you? We reveal which hairstyle causes this fear to be unfounded.
Both the hair structure and the preferred hair length are different for each person. And yet there are universal trends that suit everyone. Trends that can be individually adapted through minimal modifications and thus highlight the advantages of each individual. One such trend in terms of hairstyles is the tiered cut.
You heard right! For a long time, the tiered cut was frowned upon, but in 2020 the hairstyle trend gradually picked up speed and in 2021 there is definitely no getting around it. Particularly practical: whether long or short hair, wavy or straight hair - a step-cut gives more and more dynamism and ensures that the hair falls gently.
So that fine hair does not look even thinner, you should avoid strong steps in the lengths and instead concentrate more on the top of the head. There, the alternation of strands of different lengths gives volume and fullness. So-called ghost layers, i.e. invisible steps in which the top layer of hair is only minimally shortened, are suitable for the lengths. As a result, shorter and longer strands fall gently into one another.
With thick hair, on the other hand, the stepped effect can be stronger so that the hair looks lighter overall and falls gently. For hair that is above shoulder length, it looks particularly good when the steps start around the level of the ears and extend to the ends.
Another advantage of the trendy step cut: It looks beautiful without a lot of styling effort. For quick everyday styling, apply some volume powder or spray to the roots and along the lengths, massage in gently and comb through with your fingers. Then the step cut should automatically fall nicely.
If you want, you can also wrap individual strands around a wide curling iron. This is how you get soft beach waves that make the look messy and feminine. In contrast, when smoothed, the stepped look looks glamorous and elegant.