Are you ready for a new look this year? Then feast your eyes on this sensational selection of the most popular and freshest haircuts from some of 2023’s most prestigious salons.
#1: The Wolf Cut
2023 is still all about the wolf cut! This cut is a mix of a vintage shag and a mullet. This is a great cut if your looking for a ton of layers with a lot of movement. Style with a diffuser on wavy or curly hair, or use a hot tool to create loose waves on straighter hair.
#2: The Modern Rachel Cut
The modern Rachel cut is a longer softer version of the iconic 90s Rachel cut. The layers are still rounded around the face, but left a bit longer and less choppy. Add some golden beige balayage for a sunny surfer girl look.
#3: Uniform Waves on Medium-Length Hair
Try uniform waves on medium-length hair for a unique way to add texture to your hair. Uniform waves can be achieved through horizontal placement with a curling iron, or through a finger wave set. Uniform waves can be soft and beachy, or structured for a more glamorous look.
#4: Neck-Length Blunt Bob with Bangs
A neck-length blunt bob with bangs is a great choice for fine hair. The clean blunt line thickens the perimeter and adds weight to the hair. Add some soft forehead skimming bangs, or a bright blonde bleach and tone to make this cut pop!
#5: Dimensional Pixie Bob
If your looking for a change, but want to keep some length try a dimensional pixie bob. This cut gives the look of short hair with the styling options of a bob. Add some bright dimensional highlights to contrast the movement in the haircut, especially around the face.
#6: Contrasting Pixie with an Undercut
Go for a contrasting pixie with an undercut if you’re looking for a fun and edgy cut. An undercut is a great way to reduce bulk and play up the top layers with a bold shade of blonde. Make sure to schedule regular trims to keep the under layer fresh and clean.
#7: Layered Inverted Shag with Bangs
A layered inverted shag with bangs is a super playful haircut with a lot of movement. The face-framing layers and wispy bangs show off the cheekbones and highlight the eyes. Add a hint of baby pink for a fun pop of color.
#8: Chin-Length Bob with Curtain Bangs
A chin-length bob with curtain bangs is the perfect mix of trendy and Hollywood glam. This chin-grazing bob looks great on women of all ages, especially those with an oval face shape. Ask your stylist for a fiery golden copper hue to compliment this cut.
#9: Inverted Lob with a Long Side Fringe
Go for an inverted lob with a side fringe for a sleek look. The back of the cut is cropped at the neckline with a seamless angled flow to the front. Inverted lobs look amazing on round face shapes because they elongate the face. Style with a round rush to achieve the perfect tuck around the perimeter.
#10: Mid-length Curly Shag
Try a mid-length curly shag if you’re looking to amp up the volume. Mid-length hair paired with cascading layers throughout the crown is the perfect cut to add definition to curls. Diffuse with Davines Love Curl Cream, for those oh so perfect frizz-free tendrils.
#11: Blunt Cut with Blended Highlights
Try a blunt cut with blended highlights for a clean low maintenance style. Blunt cuts work well on fine, straight hair, because they give the illusion of thicker tresses. Add blended highlights for a soft rooty look with bright ends.
#12: Long Undone Shag
Try a long undone shag to transform long lifeless hair into a masterpiece. Long shags look best on women in their 20s and 40s. They can be worn on most hair textures. Style with REF Ocean Mist and IGK Beach Club Texture Spray for perfectly tousled texture.
#13: The Wavy Pixie with an Undercut
If your looking for a big change, try the wavy pixie with an undercut. This haircut looks amazing on women over 50, and offers an edgy alternative for those looking to shake things up. Be sure to book regular maintenance trims to keep the sides looking fresh and clean.
#14: Color Blocked Shaggy Mullet
A color blocked shaggy mullet is a funky cut offering the best of both worlds, through two toned color and length variations. The short choppy fringe blends throughout the crown, complimenting the dark piecey tresses. Color blocked mullets look best on women in their 20s or 30s.
#15: Waves, Layers and Curls on Short Hair
Rock some waves, layers, and curls on short hair. This lovely combo pays homage to old Hollywood glam style, while also adding volume and texture to your hair. This look can be worn for a casual night out, or pin one side behind the ear for an elegant touch.