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Back to School Hairstyles for 2020

The start of a new school year is a great opportunity to freshen up your look. And while this year might feel different than others, it doesn’t mean you still can’t make a statement with a jaw-dropping new hairstyle. Here are 7 trendy hairstyles that are sure to catch the attention of your classmates—whether they see you in person or over Zoom.


Coloured Front 

Thanks to stars like Dua Lipa and Kylie Jenner, this is one of the coolest trends we’ve seen this year. This look is achieved by colouring the front portions of either side of your face, creating a bright and beautiful frame.


Visible Pins 

Gone are the days where bobby pins need to be hidden. These handy little tools don’t just help keep your hair in place, but they’re also the perfect stylish accessory. Wear several of them in a row or place them in a geometric shape for a more intricate look.


Asymmetric Lob 

Want an alternative to a traditional lob? Try an asymmetrical style that is cut shorter in the back and longer in the front—or, for an edgier look, longer on one side than the other. This cut tends to work best on more solid hair colours and tones. 


Extra Long Bangs

Who says bangs need to be short? For those with longer hair, you can achieve a carefree bun or half-up look with bangs by pulling out a few face-framing pieces. This unexpected detail adds a cool new dimension to a classic look. 


Chin Length

Chen length hairstyles are really making a comeback this year, in part because of their versatility. This length can be styled any number of ways from straight and structured to textured and playful. Plus, it shows off your neck and collarbone.


High Half Pony

If your hair tends to get greasy, oily, or frizzy within a day or two, a half-up hairstyle is one look that draws attention to your face and never goes out of style. Simply style some loose curls with a flat iron and gather the front section of your hair into a ponytail.


Modern Mullet

We’re throwing it 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 less dramatic with shaggier sides, making it much more wearable.

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