At the moment, many are longing for variety, for change, for a new beginning. While this is difficult in some areas due to the ongoing pandemic restrictions, we can help ourselves with a new haircut. It can change our type and let us appear in a completely different light. There are rough as many trendy hairstyles as there are hairs on our heads (between 90,000 and 150,000 on average, by the way), but there are also six classics that continue to lead the hairstyle trend and never go out of style. We'll tell you what they are here.
A buzz cut requires little effort, but the hairstyle delivers maximum style. The short hairstyle, in which the hair is trimmed to a few millimeters, is very easy to care for and hardly needs any styling sophistication. You can also save yourself constant visits to the hairdresser since you can simply shave off the hair yourself as soon as it gets too long. The Buzz Cut fans include the two models Ruth Bell and Cajsa Wessberg, but Kristen Stewart was already in love with the Buzz Cut.
Ever since model Twiggy started the global trend with her pixie in the 1960s, it has swept over us again and again. Sometimes with super short bangs, sometimes with curls, sometimes cut to one length all around. Incidentally, the word 'pixie' means something like 'elf' and alludes to the fairy-like character of the short haircut. The hairstyle can be styled romantically, but also rocky and edgy. Prominent pixie wearers are or were e.g. Zoë Kravitz, Charlize Theron, or "Lost" star Evangeline Lilly.
If the buzz cut and pixie are too short for you, you will find your new favorite hairstyle in the bob. The medium-length hairstyle can reach down to the ears, chin, shoulders, or even collarbones (long bob) and offers many different wearing options. The bob can be styled straight, slightly wavy, or blow-dried inwards. Model Kaia Gerber was the Queen of Bob for a long time, but TV presenter Alexa Chung and actress Millie Bobbi Brown are also fans of the cut.
The shag has been experiencing a major revival since the pandemic began. The layered trendy hairstyle is just as striking due to the different lengths of the hair sections as its tousled undone look. Sometimes more extreme, sometimes more subtle, there are many different ways to get a shag. The layered style also looks modern and trendy in combination with a fringe. Meanwhile, alongside model Suki Waterhouse, her catwalk colleague Kaia Gerber is also a shaggie and wears her hair longer and layered.
Pony hairstyles will always be in trend, it will only change how the bangs are currently styled most casually. Currently, you can wear everything from dense, filled bangs to curtain fringe to side-swept. The trend bangs are currently mostly cut too long, reaching almost over the eyes, and are either parted in the middle or worn casually to one side. The combination of shag and bangs is particularly trendy, as shown by actress Bryce Dallas Howard.
Even if that doesn't sound very emancipated, many still associate femininity and seductive power with long hair. In 2015, researchers at the University of South Brittany found in a study published in the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology that men perceived women with long hair as more feminine, younger, and healthier. We'll just leave this uncommented and think our part...
Nevertheless, long hair is still trendy and offers various styling differences. While some like it long and straight, others use curling irons, style large or small curls, or give their lengths an additional visual benefit with clips, headbands, or ribbons. The list of women who inspire us with their long hairstyles is - of course - long and ranges from A for Angelina Jolie to H for Hailey Bieber and Z for Zendaya.