Spring 2022
Haircut Trends

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"Farrah Fawcett's iconic layered look is coming back," says The Hair Doctor's lead stylist. This cut's popularity is valid. Layers give texture to an old cut.

70s-Inspired Volume

This spring, people are going bold with their hair. “We definitely see people going shorter from their current length,” Izquierdo says.

Dramatic Chops

Micro bangs, also known as baby bangs, are one style. Instead of grazing your brow or blending seamlessly into your layers, these bangs are usually only one to two inches long.

Micro Bangs

Getting bangs doesn't necessitate endless styling. “Natural texture bangs are a newer curly hair trend,” Izquierdo says.

Natural Texture Fringe

The cut is edgy without the angles. The shag also perfectly combines other spring trends like texture, layers, and bangs.

Lived-In Shag

Bobs cut to the shoulder. It's a short style that has "some length that provides movement," says colorist and R+Co collective member Richy Kandasamy.

Mid-Length Bob

With shorter styles, the emphasis will be on playful texture. "Pixie cuts are out in 2022. The 'bixie cut' seems to be the trend. It's equal parts bob and pixie "KORAB:

Bixie

This haircut has sharp angles and may be difficult to pull off. Discuss the style with your hairstylist before committing.

Blunt Bob

"There will be lots of layered shapes and angles," Cunningham predicts. These face-framing cuts keep your hairstyle flattering and add texture to any style.

All The Angles

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