These Haircuts Are Going To Be Huge in 2021
by Kaitlyn Yarborough
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If last year focused on natural texture and no-fuss hairstyles, 2021 is gearing up to be all that and then some. Ringing in a new year calls for fresh starts of all kinds, making it the perfect time for to guide us straight to the salon.
We’re taking last year’s low-maintenance styling up a notch with statement-making cuts that do all the work and call back to decades past—only the fashionable ones, of course. If you’ve been wanting to make a chop, there are , blunt fringe, and retro styles just waiting to be shorn. (We’re talking modern updates on vintage bobs, bangs, and long cuts, too.)
Here are the trendy haircuts you’ll be seeing everywhere this year.
You can add so much more texture to naturally fine hair using layers, layers, and more layers—focusing midway down the hair to the ends ensures you don't lose too much volume.
Nothing flatters a head full of curls like a classic shag. It’s definitely the cool girl cut of the bunch.
A lob that hits right at your collarbone is the most flattering length. Full stop. That’s all we need to say on the matter.
We're taking things back to the Old Hollywood bobs of yesteryear—which means soft ends, flattering curves, and a deep side part.
This Pulp Fiction cut is iconic in its own right. Now it’s your turn to make a statement.
In case you got distracted by the show-stopping ginger hair color, this cut deserves just as much attention. Curls love a bunch of layering to add to their natural bounce, and wispy bangs refresh absolutely any haircut or length.
Perhaps our favorite trend that's been gaining steam, curtain bangs looks super stylish and a little bit retro all at the same time.
We wish we could speak our minds as bluntly as these ends. Keeping a cut free from too much layering ensures a super thick bob with tons of style.
When you're ready to take the ultimate plunge, call this boyish pixie á la Mia Farrow up. It'll do the job.
You thought you’d seen the last of this early-to-mid 2000s cut, hm? When everyone else is going short, why not go long?
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