Not sure how to wear your hair this season? Then you're in the right place! Keep scrolling to discover five styles that will be popular in the upcoming months.
The glunge look
Glunge is a feminine and messy style. It mixes grunge and glamour together to add a rebellious touch to any hairstyle. To replicate this look at home, apply a bit of texturizing spray to clean hair (or second day hair) and then some serum for shine.
The bob is the perfect transitional haircut if you've been toying with the idea of wanting to get your hair cut really short, like the pixie cut. The best part about it is that if you realize you miss your long locks, you won't go through an awkward regrowth stage, because it will just transform into a gorgeous stylish lob! When you're at your hair appointment, ask your hairstylist for bangs as well, if you really want to be on trend this season.
The tribal braid
Braids are big this season. You'll be seeing lots of double braids, boxer braids, and braided crowns as well as unique takes on the classic plait, like the tribal bride. It draws inspiration from Viking and African hairstyles and can be thick, skinny, irregular in shape...the choice is entirely yours!
The visible barrette
Those barrettes from your childhood are making a comeback! Create a deep side part and then pop a colorful or jeweled barrette in your hair. This look is great if you're trying to grow out your bangs, or if you just want to add a subtle detail to a simple hairstyle, like pin-straight hair.
The faux bangs
Bangs are big this season, especially baby bangs and long 70s-style curtain bangs. If you're not ready to get real bangs, try out faux bangs. Just pull some strands of hair to one side of your face and then secure them with bobby pins that you strategically hide underneath the fringe.