It's always such a thing with hair changes. Often it is like this: after much deliberation, we finally decide on a new trend hairstyle, but only a few days later we regret the decision again. The hairstyle turns out to be impractical, too styling-intensive or we are just totally sad that we didn't keep our old cut.
If you always end up in a hair dilemma, then we have now found the perfect hairstyle trend for you. Because the change for the hairstyle that we would like to show you today is minimal but brings a maximum effect.
Another plus: This haircut is very popular among stars and influencers. No wonder, because it really suits everyone and looks great on all hair lengths. What are we talking about exactly? From a step cut.
Layered cuts are actually supposed to take fullness out of very thick hair and make the hair fall looser, easier and softer. Depending on the hair length and haircut, steps can conjure up very different effects. They create contours, look fresh and give us absolute styling freedom. This is why everyone with fine and thin hair or short and (medium) long hair is also popular with step cuts.
Here we show how the trend hairstyle is worn with different hair lengths and structures:
Very long hair quickly looks like a sloppy Rapunzel without any cut or steps. Steps that start below the chin give the face a beautiful frame and make XL manes look well-groomed and styled, as here with the Scandi girls Emili Sindlev and Lovisa Barkman.
The distinctive short hairstyle thrives on structure and volume. Especially fine or frizzy hair benefits from step cuts. This is how the pixie looks young, cool, and casual. With steps, a lot of fullness can be conjured up in the hair.
Strict, straight-cut bob hairstyles like the ones we know from fashion icon Victoria Beckham are out this season. Soft layers now make bob lengths easy. In this hairstyle trend, the hair is only gently graded from the height of the ears and in the chin area. Cool, because you can save yourself time-consuming styling with a hairdryer and curling iron.
A stepped front section is her trademark: actress and superstar Jennifer Aniston have been wearing the iconic haircut for decades. Smart, because medium-length hair is difficult to style. Curls hang out in no time and a unit length quickly looks like spaghetti hair. Layers from the chin area make particularly thin hair look fuller.
It's probably the coolest hairstyle of the hour: the shag. With the trend hairstyle, the hair is cut to about shoulder length and unevenly and frayed through. As a result, the hairstyle always has a deliberate undone look, as here with actress Úrsula Corberó and influencer Amy Julliette Lefévre.