Trendy Hairstyles - Our Top 23
Trend hairstyles: great colours, cool cuts
Trendscouts have known for a long time: true style is created on the street! This is especially true in the fashion world, but one thing is absolutely clear - fashion and beauty go hand in hand. And not just since yesterday, because the influence of fashion on the beauty world has always been great. Style icon Coco Chanel, for example, freed women not only from corsets but also from complicated towers of curls. Vidal Sasoon, one of the world's most famous hairdressers, who died in 2012, is considered the inventor of the "geometric style" and created the famous "five point cut", the precursor of the bob. And in the 1960s it was Twiggy who had her hair styled into a razor-short pixie to match the then revolutionary miniskirt. Both scandalous at the time!
Hairdo trends today
Some of these trend hairstyles are still very popular today. First and foremost is the bob. It comes in countless shapes, styles and variations, from the long bob to the classic chin-length cut or the fringed bob. Other current trend hairstyles have their origins in the 1970s, when Brigitte Bardot wore her blonde mane in today's mega hip beach waves. The backcombed, loosely gathered top of the head, which gives long hair lots of volume and is now absolutely in vogue under the catchword "retro style", is also unforgettable.
Today, whatever is fun is allowed on our heads! Whether it's casual looks with a well-behaved centre parting, hair in undone styling or anything the straightening iron can produce - from implied waves to smooth tips or a movement in the hair that is limited to the middle of the hair. Also on trend: a sleek hairline that transforms into gentle curls or a stylishly creped mane in the lengths, for example. And even though we may not be able to hear it anymore: the bob is and remains a trendy hairstyle! Perhaps the most iconic ever.
Iconic trend hairstyles in a new look
Neither will its latest offshoot, the clavi cut, change that. Its name is short for the English word for collarbone (clavicle) and also points to the right length of this trendy haircut. A cut that not only looks cool, but is also ideal as a transitional hairstyle. Provided it is a little longer than shorter in the front! Just like the bob, it flatters almost every face shape and also shines with its versatility.>
Trendy hairstyles? Not without my colour!
Natural blond and soft brown in many variations are still at the top of the trend barometer. However, in order to give the colour a trendy twist, colouring is done in a very multi-faceted way and, for example, different colour gradients and nuances are used in the hair. For example, a beautiful colour gradient can be created, which flows from the dark roots into lighter lengths in the same shade. Delicate nuances are also possible with these new freehand techniques. But whether ombré, sombre or balayage, as these creative arts are called: The important thing is that colour in the hair plays an important role in terms of trend hairstyles. And it's all right to break boundaries, as the extravagant Mermaid Look proves...