Spring 2022 Haircut Trends 2

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The mid-length shag cut was popularised by 1970s rock stars and recently resurrected. It's a versatile unisex haircut that may be altered shorter or longer to suit your mood.

The Mid-Length Shag

Ryan Forsythe, Trevor Sorbie's worldwide artistic director, points to the jawline-grazer.

The '90s Bob

Think minimal styling. The texture matches his unique balayage method, which is quick and easy to apply.

Air-Dried Textures

It's not quite a pixie, but it's close. So, the nixie. This is a great androgynous haircut for individuals who aren't brave enough or suited to the shorter pixie style.

The Nixie (Nearly Pixie)

This year, embrace your natural curls and add a fringe to liven things up without changing your hair length.

The Curly Fringe

Blondes are growing warmer as spring approaches, and curtain bangs are still huge. They can be cut into short or long hair and suit every facial shape.

Babylight Bangs

Shorter, sharper, more traditional bobs will rule this summer. It's elegant, with delicate texture and volume.

The Classic Bob

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon in the early 2000s Fashion Week. This look works well with a soft, textured fringe, or 'tringe' as Stephen describes it.

'90s Layers

Like during the Conner Ives LFW show, plaits and bantu knots are whimsical styles teamed up with Euphoria-esque ornaments.

Embellished Bantu Knots

Tyler Moore, stylist at Live True London, says the secret to achieving this bob is natural, undone texture. This bob isn't as focused on length.

The
Low-Maintenance Bob

The mullet pixie combo gets cooler. This mullet is short in front and long in back, an edgy look that has been popular recently, especially among DIY haircutters.

The Mixie 2.0 (Mullet Meets Pixie)

Afro hair is perfect for a silk press, which is now trendy in London salons. It's called 'new-age hair straightening' because it uses no chemicals and lets the hair move.

The Glass Cut

Ask for a face-framing shape and concave layers to keep the weight on the lengths. This adds volume at the top.

Fluffy Layers

The popular 'butterfly' hairstyle allows you to "change your hair from long to short with just a few pins." Spring hairstyles with plenty of layers, like this one, are popular.

The Butterfly Haircut

According to Stephen, the 2022 pixie is longer on top, but longer on the sides, giving it a choppier texture.

The Y2K Pixie

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