The hairdressing salons will open again on March 1st. And what can we say, a hair makeover is really badly needed now. Which hairstyles are totally hip in spring and which ones take a break for a while? Scroll quickly.
Anyone who had a classic pony cut before the lockdown is probably already wearing the new it-hairstyle: curtain bangs. The extra-long bangs are divided in the middle of the forehead so that the strands hang slightly on the face and sensually surround the eyes and cheeks. Works great on bob hairstyles, but also on medium and long hair. At the moment, however, the extra-short pony aka the micro pony is not in great demand.
A long XL mane is now also a hairstyle trend. Important: The head of hair should look as full and healthy as possible. Stars often help artificially with extensions and hairpieces. If you don't want to afford that, you should rely on high-quality care products such as Olaplex. They make even brittle hair healthy in no time. By the way: The mane is now worn naturally - beach waves and straight hair with the straightening iron take a break. This way your hair can breathe a sigh of relief. Medium-length hair is now also out.
Blunt hairstyles like the blunt cut are no longer hip in spring 2021. On the other hand, beauty professionals are now relying on heavily graded hair. Hairstyles like the shag, but also the choppy bob, are now very popular. Here it is gently graded from the top hair. This creates extra volume in the hair. If you also rely on light waves in your hair, you can optically create more fullness.
It is probably the bravest and at the same time coolest hairstyle there is the buzz cut. The raspy short hair will be hottest in spring 2021. This replaces the classic pixie cut. The best thing about the buzz cut: With a little skill and practice, you can create the short haircut yourself with the help of a trimmer. For Buzz Cut newbies, however, it is advisable to let the professional in first. So that the hairstyle always fits perfectly, shave about every three to four weeks.