Even if you think the "new season, new you" mantra is cliche, it doesn't stop you from getting the urge to completely overhaul your beauty routine once the first cool end-of-summer breeze hits you. Along with swapping out your pastel nail polishes for dark moody shades, and your shimmery eyeshadows for bold matte colors, you might even be up for a new haircut, too. If you're ready to make a hair change, look no further than the red carpet for inspiration for your next cut. The styles that consistently have been popping up on more and more of your favorite celebs, are always a pretty good indication of what cuts you'll see everywhere in the months to come. From Zoë Kravitz's textured pixie to Hailey Baldwin's tousled lob, there's a cut for everyone whether you want to go short, stay long, or have straight or curly hair. Here, we've rounded up the five red carpet haircut trends you'll see on everyone from your sister, friend, and deskmate this fall. VIDEO: 6 Beauty Products Under $12 You Should Buy from the Drugstore
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Ask, and Pinterest shall deliver all the #HairInspo you've ever needed in your life. From wedding updos to ombre tones in every hue of the hair spectrum, the platform continues to serve up countless style and color ideas, but the tousled lob is the one that reigns supreme. It's easy to see why—it's basically the hair equivalent of a one-size-fits-all tee considering that the length flatters every face shape, and the tousled finish works on all hair textures. One pin in particular showcasing the style was saved over 80K times, and it's one you likely have saved somewhere on your account. Let the list of celebrities rocking the tousled lob below help further round out your hair boards. Get your Pin button ready, and read on for more lobs you'll want to copy, stat. VIDEO: Trust Us, We Tried It: The Modern Perm
Finding the perfect haircut for your face shape can be a struggle, to say the least. Chances are that the current trendiest style that everyone has, from your favorite celebs to the barista at your regular coffee spot, isn't universally flattering. Brian Zinno, education director at Antonio Prieto Salon in N.Y.C., says that square face shapes should "avoid cuts that exaggerate the broad chin line or expose too much forehead. Any time the length or layers hit at the chin, it will only draw more attention to the width. Also, if there is a heavy, wide bang that is the same width as the jaw line it will only shrink the face in length and continue to exaggerate the width." We turned to the red carpet to for inspiration to find the most flattering haircuts for square-shaped faces. Whether you're a fan of a shorter length or love keeping your strands long, we've rounded up the best haircuts for square faces as seen on your favorite celebs.
To say that finding your new signature haircut can be tough is a massive understatement. While you may love your deskmate's fresh lob or your sister's new bangs, the same styles might not be the best fit for your own face shape. Heart-shaped faces have the challenge of choosing a cut that will keep their facial features from looking disproportionate. "Heart-shaped faces have a wide point at the cheeks, a narrow chin & a hard jawline," explains Bumble and bumble stylist Tashina. "Choosing a haircut that balances this shape best is key." We turned to the red carpet to find haircut inspiration for your next salon appointment no matter your desired hair length or texture. Here, we have the most flattering celebrity hairstyles for heart-shaped faces.
If you're deciding on a new signature haircut, it can be overwhelming (not to mention difficult) to know what's the best style to enhance your face shape and hair texture. However, oval face shapes are exempt from this struggle. "Oval face shapes are actually the lucky ones. They have the most the opportunity to play with the versatility and variations of haircuts; whether it’s with the texture, or more importantly, with the shape and style in general," says Rodney Cutler, founder of Cutler Salon. Whether you want to keep your length or go shorter, we turned to the red carpet for inspiration for your next cut. Here, we've rounded up the most flattering celebrity haircuts for oval faces.
The secret to good hair days doesn't completely lie in what products you're using. Your cut is the foundation behind achieving your dream style, and styling tools will help you enhance it. However, saying that choosing the most flattering cut for your face shape is tough is a massive understatement. When it comes to round face shapes, celebrity hairstylist Chad Wood says that "layering around the face is going to slim and break up a round face shape. This will draw the eye horizontal and bring the focus to the eyes, cheeks, and lips." We turned to the red carpet to find haircut inspiration from your favorite celebs for every length and texture. Keep scrolling for the most flattering haircuts for round face shapes. VIDEO: The Real Cost of Microblading and Other Beauty Procedures [brightcove:5446494486001 player_1]
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Take back the amount of time you've wasted trying to duplicate the perfectly tousled, undone waves that come with spending a whole day poolside or at the beach. Recreating the said waves that you got while drying off on the beach usually involves a set of hot-tools aerobics. By swapping your usual shampoo with a texturizing formula, you can skip styling all together. These shampoos are made for our inner lazy-girl. After washing your hair and towel-drying it, simply hit the lights and wake up with perfectly tousled waves in the AM. Sounds like a win-win, right? We've rounded up our favorite texturizing shampoos for you to shop now.
Hail the almighty lob! The medium haircut incarnate has become a new classic that will never go out of style, and is like a one-size-fits-all shirt in the sense that it flatters every face shape and hair texture under the sun. Clearly, celebrities like Kerry Washington, Chrissy Teigen, and Olivia Munn are down with the trend, and ditched their long layers for collarbone-skimming styles this year. Considering it's equal parts chic and easy to maintain, we don't expect the trend to slow down anytime soon. As a retrospective look through 2016, we compiled a list of the 8 greatest long bob hits of the year—keep reading to see each one now.