6 Classic Haircuts Will in Trends 2021

It is a new decade and the time for new hairstyles to trend. Your hairstyle defines several traits about you, and everyone tries to keep pace with the new trending hairstyle. A new hairstyle trend does not necessarily mean that you have not seen it before; it just means that you are going to see it a lot more now. Every season, a new trend surfaces, and we all become eager to know about these trends and follow them. Given below are a couple of 2021 hair trends you need to know if you want to keep up with the time.

‘70s Bangs

One look at the celebs Like Selena Gomez, Dakota Johnson, Hilary Duff flaunting their ‘70s bangs and you will know this hairstyle is coming back. Unlike the full-on bangs, the ‘70s bangs are like curtains bangs sweeping down both sides. They are the bangs parted in the middle and fall over your cheekbones. ‘70s Bangs can be paired with fringes, loose waves, or straight hair. They look appealing in whatever the way you wear them. 

The Rachel

Rachel, as in Jennifer Aniston's iconic character Rachel Green from F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Her hairstyle went on to define the '90s and early '00s. This hairstyle is all about layers and blows dry for sections to curl under. They make your face look cheeky and shoulders slim. With Hailey Bieber flaunting her The Rachel on Instagram, We can assume that This iconic hairstyle is definitely coming back this year.

Asymmetrical Lob

Want a 2021 take on the ultra-popular lob? Try an asymmetrical style. The great thing about bob styles, asymmetrical and otherwise, is that they look good on a variety of hair types and textures, so you can get versatile with your styling options. The asymmetrical bob is cut shorter in length in the back and longer in the front.

Modern Shag

Short hair with a gentle nod works with softer edges and movement and also increases a feminine softness. Long shags are great about the modern shag for girls who love movement and love longer hair. You can try the flipped-up ends which add a fresh touch to the classic style. 

Strong Bob

The strong bob—also known as a blunt bob—is on the rise. Cool is more important than sexy right now. Or rather, cool is the new sexy. The strong bob works for any hair texture, but if yours is dense, ask your stylist to thin it out first.

Baby Bangs 

This short statement fringe typically follows the hairline temple to temple, to create a dramatic, short, open feel and they work great for petite features to open up your face.

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