Whether or not COVID-19 confinement rules force you stay at home this year, it’s always a good idea to stay on top of the latest hair trends. First, there's easy tied up hairstyles for long hair and it continues to be a favourite this season. A colorful scarf instantly makes a low bun more fun.
The super-short bob - When it comes to haircuts, the bob is a sure-fire look that is always on-trend. Throughout the seasons, and the years, this classic has remained an adorable option for everyone. This year’s bob happens to be on the shorter side (read: very short!), sitting just below the ears and emphasizing the beauty of your neckline! But, while short is all the rage, a slightly longer bob might be a better option if you like to wear your hair curly!
SOUGHT-AFTER STYLES - More than ever, people are embracing their hair’s natural movement and texture. Gone are the days when sleek, pin-straight hair was the only way to go. It’s time to put your straighteners away and let your hair do its own wonderfully natural thing! Curly, wavy or super smooth—it’s all about loving what you’ve got!
Tom Baxter Hair & Side Part Hairstyle For Men - The quiff haircut has been a super popular men’s haircut choice the past couple of years. With a high fade, the cut puts the emphasis on messy textures and flow on top. A great example of a classic slicked back look. But here the hair on top is left a bit more natural looking. This is not the traditional approach of styling with a shiny pomade. Rather the hair has been brushed back and blown dry with a hairdryer to give that natural flow and movement.
Stylish Modern Skater Haircut - Another great haircut that does not feature a fade. Instead, the hair on the sides has been trimmed neatly with scissors. Ultra-long fringe in the front. A super cool short textured haircut with a low fade and plenty of flow. Textured men’s haircuts are awesome because they give you more styling options. They can be worn neat and clean if you style with a comb or styled into a less refined messy hairstyle.
Text : Nancy Zouch / Photo: Cut cut cut Post on 10 December, 2020