Three vintage haircuts are currently celebrating their comeback and are really hip again. You can find out which ones are here...
Among the hairstyles, there are some classics that will probably never go out of style. In between, they may fade a bit in the background and make room for other trendy hairstyles, but they don't go away completely. That includes those three vintage haircuts that have had a long hiatus. They are now back and with a modern upgrade, they are already becoming the trendiest hairstyles of the year.
The pixie is once again considered a trend hairstyle this year. However, if you want to be a real eye-catcher, you should choose the vintage version of the short haircut. It is held a little longer on the sides and back of the head than the modern version and allows you to wear a cheeky and sexy look at the same time.
The mullet of the 70s is back, but in a modern design as a wildly tiered shag. The strands are cut unevenly and frayed, and there are usually long bangs that are skillfully staged. For a stylish appearance, you should definitely wear this vintage haircut in a cool undone look. Simply apply some texturizing spray or mousse to the length of the hair, knead it with your fingers, done.
You are probably familiar with feathered hair from the 70s and 80s, or at least you know it - after all, Princess Diana was one of the most prominent wearers of the haircut. This year the fine, delicate, and yet voluminous look is back, but in the form of an airy pony cut. It makes the front section of hair look like feathers lying on top of each other and flatters our faces. What is particularly great is that the feathered bangs can be worn with any face shape. You can also wear it cheeky and fluffy or blend it with the rest of your hair.