The transition to the New Year is a good time for hair changes. Which ones to fall for? We have listed for you what hairdressers predict for us.
As the end of the year draws near and the search for the perfect hairstyle for the holidays begins, hairstylists are already thinking about giving our hair a cutting-edge look for the next twelve months. Always keeping an eye on the winter 2022 catwalks, following the emerging trends of the moment on social networks, and being as close as possible to their adoption in their salons, hairdressers are the dream trendsetters for the new year.
We, therefore, questioned several of them to find out the hairstyles that will be essential from January 1, 2022. And good news, short or long hair, there will be hairstyles adapted to all lengths this year. Discover now the 7 hairstyles that will be seen everywhere in 2022.
They have been making their way into hairstyle trends for several years now, season after season: braids will always be a hairstyle idea to remember for 2022. According to Gianni Coppa, hairdresser and founder of R Factory Paris, they will be particularly easy to adopt during the next twelve months since they will be found "in all their forms, twisted, on the cob, rather loose or, on the contrary, tight, depending on the look you want to adopt". Enough to style absolutely all types of hair regardless of their length.
How to choose your braid style? “If you want a more bohemian effect, you opt for looser or spiky braids. For a more chic effect, we adopt tighter braids”.
Also called shaggy hair, the shag cut is a "big trend" for 2002 according to Claudia Zocco, hairstyling and tie expert for Dessange. This layered cut and a bit irreverent, the expert describes it as a "subtle blend of the mullet cut and the tousled effect". Inspired by the 70s, it is indeed a sort of long, layered, and tapered bob to create several levels of length in the cut. Usually embellished with a curtain fringe that opens at the forehead and blends in with the layered cut, it had already established itself as one of the most fashionable reinterpretations of the mullet cut in 2021. If you adopted her and love her rebellious chic look, know that she will continue to be in fashion next year.
Is this a hairstyle for you? In 2022 at Dessange, the shag cut features "fluid and airy lines that adapt perfectly to different body types" explains Claudia Zocco. Perfect to take the hair transformation course without making a mistake!
Are you looking for a tie that is easy to make whatever your hair length? The good news, Gianni Coppa predicts the return of side hair, that hairstyle that brings all of the hair to one side of the face while the hair is flattened on the other side. As rock'n'roll as it is glamorous or romantic, depending on whether it is associated with disheveled, perfectly straight, or delicately wavy hair, this half-tie can suit as many people as possible since it is able to highlight all textures. hair.
The pro tip to easily adopt it: Wear it "gel-plated for a glamorous effect or plated with barrettes for a stricter and more fashionable effect".
Unbeatable for several seasons now, the bob will once again establish itself as one of the trendiest hairstyles of the year. And the experts are clear, it will readily adapt to your desires for lengths and styling: “This season, the bob is meant to be playful and opens the way to multiple styling” explains Claudia Zocco, while Olivier Lebrun (hairdresser and founder of the Olab Paris fair) deciphers the trend by emphasizing that it “takes all forms” and that with it, “the possibilities are endless”.
Olivier Lebrun’s beauty recommendation: “The bob is there to reveal a personality and must therefore be assumed”.
Claudia Zocco's beauty recommendation: “We opt for soft and subtle lines, highlighting the eyes and softening the lines of the face”.
The teams of the styling appliance brand GHD and Olivier Lebrun announce it: curly hair will also be very trendy in 2022. According to the first ones, it is on a tight curl that we must particularly count even if we can vary the styling by playing with the possibilities offered by its curler. As for Olivier Lebrun, it is on the natural curls that he puts in 2022, specifying that the hair is worn as well "curly" as "frizzy".
To embrace the trend when you have straight hair: opt for a curler suited to achieving the style of curls you desire or use a braid hairstyle to create them without heat. A good way to use another trend to sport a second in stride!
We had seen it make a noticeable comeback in hairdressing collections and it was obviously not for nothing: the bun will also be one of the most trendy attachments for the next twelve months. As Gianni Coppa tells us, this hairstyle "remains timeless" hairdressing to style your hair quickly and well in the morning, as well as to do a pretty hairstyle for a big event. Another advantage of this easy to reproduce yourself at the home clip, it "adapts to all and suits all types of hair, whether curly, straight or frizzy".
The hairdresser's recommendation: “For this summer 2022, it will be twisted with a silk scarf for chicer and personalization”.
This year, the trend is also in detail with lengths that "can be accessorized with frontal locks between the fringe and the curtain lock" tells us, Claudia Zocco. We, therefore, fall for the bangs that will be the most trendy in 2022: the transparent bangs. It pairs harmoniously with many types of haircuts and knows how to enhance not only all faces but also all hair types.
The pro tip: It is specially adapted to "tone and style long hair".
According to Gianni Coppa, this is the comb that will make a big comeback this year in our beauty bags to complement our hairstyles. We will preferably choose it "in scales" and we will wear it in side hair mode so that it "releases one side or just in a placement to adorn the hairstyle and dress it".
Thanks to Claudia Zocco, hairdressing and attache expert in Dessange; Gianni Coppa, hairdresser and founder of R Factory Paris salon; Olivier Lebrun, hairdresser, and founder of the Olab Paris salon; Émilie Rondeau, GHD expert.