The start of a new school year is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for to freshen up your look. And while this school year might feel different than others, it doesn’t mean you still can’t make a virtual statement with a jaw-dropping new hairstyle. Here are 7 trendy hairstyles that are sure to catch the attention of your classmates—regardless of whether they see you in person or over a Zoom window.
Thanks to a-list celebrities like Dua Lipa and Kylie Jenner, this is one of the coolest trends we’ve seen this year. This look is achieved by highlighting or colouring the front portions of either side of your face in a way that stands out from the rest of your locks.
Who said bobby pins and clips are meant to be hidden? These common hair tools don’t just work to secure your hair in place. They also make for a bold and stylish hair accessory. We particularly love seeing several of them stacked in a row for a more dressed-up, intricate look.
Want an edgy alternative to a traditional lob or bob? Try an asymmetrical style that is cut shorter in the back and longer in the front. Plus, for an even more daring look, cut one side longer than the other. Our talented team of stylists can help you determine the best cut approach for your face and hair type.
Extra Long Bangs
There’s no rule that says bangs need to be cut short! For those who prefer wearing their hair longer, you can try cutting face-framing curtain bangs. This popular and flirty bang style adds a cool new dimension to a classic look.
Chen length hairstyles are really making a comeback this year, whether it’s in everyday life or on the red carpet. This length can be styled any number of ways from straight to textured to curled. Plus, it beautifully accentuates your neck and collarbone area.
High Half Pony
If your hair tends to get greasy, oily, or frizzy rather quickly, a half-up hairstyle is one way to help camouflage worn-in hair. Simply gather the front section of your hair into a high ponytail and then style the remaining pieces to your heart’s desire.
We’re venturing back to the 80s this year with the return of the mullet. Instead of the traditional cut where the hair is shorter in the front and long in the back, the modern cut is all about emphasizing shaggier sides and fringe.