Some hairstyles are real timeless classics that are always trendy. We tell you our five favorites here.
Short or long, curly or straight, layered or not: when it comes to hairstyles and haircuts, we have seemingly endless options. It is often not that easy to decide between the many styles and sometimes a trend hairstyle is only popular for a short time and is quickly replaced by a new look. Are you looking for a hairstyle with which you always go well and are trendy? Then pay close attention now: Here we give you five hairstyles that just never go out of style.
It is and remains one of the most popular hairstyles of all: the bob. Kim Kardashian shows how classy and cool the look can be. The clean lines that are sharply cropped are what make this look what it is. Because the bob hairstyle has a very clear cut, the wearer looks very graceful.
A layered cut is also always right, as here with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. The hair cut in stages falls on the rest of the hair in different lengths. The front sections and the top hair are cut shorter. This makes the hair fall easier and more beautiful. As a rule, the hair is layered in such a way that the different lengths are hardly noticeable, but rather play around the face quite naturally.
If you translate the name of this hairstyle literally, it means something like "curtain bangs". And that is exactly what makes the bangs special because unlike straight bangs, these separate in the middle (just like a curtain) and frame the face – as here with Elizabeth Olsen – optimally and casually. You can also vary here: While some wear the trend hairstyle short, others opt for slightly longer layers.
Callie Thorpe shows it: The wavy bob is nothing less than a shoulder-length hairstyle with incorporated beach waves. Of course, the waves look particularly great on strong hair, but blonde highlights also look great with this hairstyle. This cut also provides more volume: the wavy bob makes the hair look much fuller than it actually is.
The pixie cut is a short hairstyle made from a combination of different hair lengths, some of which are only two to three millimeters on the sides, as seen here with Zoë Kravitz. This makes the face more visible and your facial features, such as big eyes or a kissing mouth, come into focus much more.