Top 8 Hair Trends You’ll Want To Follow In 2020

Whether you’re contemplating a big chop or just wanting to polish up, it’s easier to make a hair decision when you have some guidance.

If you’ve been flirting with the idea of changing your hairstyle, now is the perfect time to switch it up.

If last year focused on natural texture and no-fuss hairstyles, 2020 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 to guide us straight to the salon.

Top 8 Hair Trends 2020

  1. The Bob – Blunt, Textured or Soft Blunt Bob

Many bobs happened in 2019, this year they’ll become softer and a little more grown out. The ‘soft blunt’ bob, where the perimeter of the haircut looks thick but slightly piecey. There are a lot softer edges. The cool thing about a bob, cut in a blunt manner, is that the styling opportunities are endless.

  1. Bangs – Specifically Curtain Bangs

Retro hairstyles have been on the up-and-up in recent months and will gain even more momentum come 2020 — especially with fringe haircuts. “Curtain bangs inspired by the ’70s are growing in popularity. Generally speaking, square-shaped faces often look best with “softer wispy fringe that’s longer around the temples. It’s all about the fresh, textured movement of shag bangs.

  1. Short Haircuts

Short hair is blunt, bold and sends the message that you’re not to be messed with. It’s a total misconception that short hair isn’t as easily styled as long hair. It just takes a little more research to find what short hairstyles are perfect for you. Are you more of a pixie babe or a ringlet glam goddess?

  1. Longer Lengths

Present-day long hairstyles look nonchalant and slightly messy. These are performed on the base of long shag haircuts, adding layering and texture to your gorgeous long tresses.

Overall, people are wanting styles that are easy to wear and also make their hair look thick.

  1. Soft, Tousled And Relaxed, Beach Waves

Sexy, undone beachy waves are the epitome of summer hair – textured from the sea salt and brightened by the sun. You can still have beach waves but look totally polished. The hairstyle looks great on all  women, since the effortless hairstyle flatters all face shapes, hair types, and ages.

  1. Showing Off Natural Texture

Natural curls and coils are taking the world by storm and the shape of the hair is what helps make the best impact

Curly hair naturally wants to be voluminous, and 2020 is all about embracing and enhancing that. Consider your texture, face shape, and how you typically like to part your hair before you decide on which cut to go with.

  1. Warm Hair Colors

“Hair colors with red, orange, and gold tones give a feeling of warmth and add more color to the face,” explains celebrity hairstylist Michael Dueñas. We’re talking golden blonde, brassy brown, auburn, warm caramel, and copper shades.

  1. Solid Hair Colors



6 Haircuts You’ll Be Asking For In 2019

Life Is Too Short To Have Boring Hair!

There’s no better way to say goodbye to the last year than getting a new haircut. Keep watching this video for all the haircut inspiration you need before heading to the salon.

The following haircuts are going to be 2019’s biggest trends.

1. Blunt Jawline Bob.

This year’s version of the bob is blunt and hits at the jawline, but when tucked behind the ear, you’ll get an A-line effect.

It’s also great if you’re looking to make your hair appear fuller because the shape will make your hair look as thick as possible.

For those with thick hair stylists recommends a small undercut in the back to remove a lot of weight and to get a more uniform A-line.

2. Curtain Bangs.

Curtain bangs are bangs that are parted down the middle, framing your face on each side. A fringe cut in an inverted ‘V’ shape. Originally popular in the ’60s, think Brigitte Bardot with her bee-stung lips and bouffant locks.

You can have them pulled close together in the center or far apart so they almost disappear into the rest of your strands – and anywhere in between.They’re surprisingly versatile.

If you’ve been debating getting bangs, curtain-like fringe is the perfect intro look because they’re low-maintenance compared to other styles.

3. The New Shag

The shag haircut is very rock ‘n’ roll – casual, mussy, and visually effortless. The typical features that make up a shag hairstyle include choppy ends, loads of layers around the crown, and lots of texture.

Full of texture and movement, the new shag is choppy and has lots of texture but doesn’t resemble an 80s hair band.

Shag haircut is one of the most versatile and flexible cuts nowadays. The layers keep hair from looking too heavy.

4. Bob With Bangs

You’re not sick of your bob just yet, but you want to freshen up your hair? Add a set of bangs.

It’s a stylish way to take bulky weight off of your hair. This haircut make your life so much easier, as it requires less maintenance, product, and time to style.

The key is to choose the most suitable fringe that will flatter your face shape and work well with your hair type. Short bob with bangs is an edgy short haircut with lengths falling anywhere between the ears and the neck and paired with a fringe.

5. Long Layers

Layering removes just the right amount of weight to give the hair movement, without making the ends look over-layered and straggly.

Long layered hairstyles typically look great on all face shapes.Layering long hair is also a great styling technique for making thin hair look fuller.

Long layered haircuts add an incredible amount of volume and flexibility, no matter how thick your hair already is.

They are easier to style. Straighten it, curl it, or leave it natural! Well-done layered haircuts will look great no matter how you choose to style them.

6. Grown-Out Pixie

  Depending on the style, pixies range from as short as a half inch in some places to two or three inches long in others.That in-between stage is not that difficult to style.

Generally, short haircuts have to be styled every day – even if you’re going for an undone finish. While you’re floating freely through the in-between sea, experiment with parting your hair on the sides with long, choppy layers up top.

Short hair can look really good slicked back in a way that long hair just can’t. The grown-out pixie is gorgeous on petite women with small features.

After seeing this year haircut trends which one do you like best? Tell us in a comment below.