The Top 10 Sexiest Haircuts for Spring
Spring is officially on the way, which means going out on a Saturday night is finally going to start sounding better than binge watching Netflix in sweatpants all night. And with that, you may want to kick off the fresh, and much warmer season, with a sexy haircut.
From romantic waves and bangs to long, blunt cuts, there's no shortage of hair inspiration in 2020. To help you find the right style for you, we rounded up 10 of the sexiest haircuts worth trying this spring. Keep scrolling to see the best looks for the season.
Long and Blunt Ends
What to Ask For: This haircut is less about lots of layers and angling, and more about a blunt cut at the ends. It's simple in nature, but demands attention. The bonus? You can easily take it from straight to wavy by adding romantic curls or undone waves.
What to Ask For: Lady Gaga's cut features heavy layers around her face and tapered ends. Bonus: It's an easy wash and go style, but looks even better styled in loose waves.
What to Ask For: Face-framing layers, but they shouldn't be choppy! Ciara's angled hairstyle demonstrates the look perfectly.
Layered Curly Bob
What to ask for: A bob with fluid and soft layers. This cut will level-up already gorgeous curls, and can be transformed into an entirely different look by simply switching up your part. Case in point: Taraji P. Henson's deep side-parted bob with voluminous curls.
Shag and Bangs
What to Ask For: Shag haircuts, as seen on celebrities like Taylor Swift, are still trending for spring, but you can completely customize the layered cut by adding a set of soft, piecey bangs. Ask for: textured full bangs with some weight taken out. This will keep the bangs from looking too thick and heavy on your forehead.
What to Ask For: Use this bangs style as your in-between look while growing out your fringe, or as a way to ease into styling bangs if you're chopping them for the first time. Ask your pro for long fringe with enough weight so that they can be parted in the center — like Camila Cabello — or swept to the side.
Long, Layered Pixie
If you want to go short, but don't want to lose styling options, this versatile haircut is for you. What to Ask For: Be sure to ask for significant length and body on top — enough to be able to pull up into a mini ponytail.
What to ask for: Layers that subtly slide from short to long. While these layers work on any length, they add bulk and weight to fine hair.
Choppy Pixie Cut
If you want to go short, this is a versatile haircut that eliminates length and still looks amazing across all hair types. What to ask for: a cropped cut with short, choppy layers for added movement.
What to Ask For: A lob traditionally hits right below or above the collarbone. Ask for this length, but tell your stylist you want it a little longer in the front and shorter in the back. The beauty of this popular cut is that you can wear it wavy or sleek and straight like Jennifer Lopez.