These Haircuts Are Going to be Huge in 2020
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 for new hair trends to guide us straight to the salon.
We’re taking last year’s low-maintenance styling up a notch with statement-making cuts that do all the work. If you’ve been wanting to make a chop, there are shaggy layers, blunt fringe, and retro silhouettes just waiting to be shorn. (We’re talking a vintage-inspired bob and 1970s-esque long cut. Consider yourself sold.)
Here are the trendy haircuts you’ll be seeing everywhere this year.
Ring in the New Year With a Trendy New Hairstyle
Cheekbone-Grazing 90s Bob
This chic little number isn’t going anywhere. It’s all about razor-sharp lines and super glossy strands.
Blunt Collarbone Cut
A lob that hits right at your collarbone is *the* most flattering length. Full stop. That’s all we need to say on the matter.
Short 'n Wild Shag
Nothing flatters a head full of curls like a classic shag. It’s definitely the cool girl cut of the bunch.
Mia Wallace Bob
This Pulp Fiction cut is iconic in its own right. Now it’s your turn to make a statement.
Blunt Textured Cut
Instantly make your hair look thicker by leaving the ends blunt and putting textured bend into the body. This one’s a keeper.
The New Triangle Cut
Curly girls are taught to be afraid of ending up with a triangle cut (also known as the pyramid cut), but this modern version is changing the tune.
1970s Long Cut
The soft, feathered, and fluffy looks of the 1970s are not to be forgotten. This modern long cut gives a nod to the long-haired babes of decades past.
Give your haircut an edgy dose of cool with choppy layers and bangs. It makes a plain lob look so last year.
Early 2000s Sideswept Bangs
That’s right: You get a second chance to do sideswept bangs—correctly this time 'round.
Baby bangs are here to stay. It’s the perfect accessory to a loud long cut of curls.
Keeping your haircut mainly one-length (read: not too many layers!) will always make it look enviously thick. This lob cut is roll-out-of-bed ready to go at all times.
When you're ready to take the ultimate plunge, call this boyish pixie up. It'll do the job.
Long & Layered Cut
You thought you’d seen the last of this early-to-mid 2000s cut, hm? When everyone else is going short, why not go long?
Soft A-Line Bob
This low-maintenance cut is slightly longer in the front than the back, which elongates and flatters oval and round face shapes to no end.
Big Shoulder-Grazing Curls
This length is not to be ignored. It’s short enough to really snatch onto major volume and long enough to make a statement.