6 Super-Popular Haircuts to Try This Winter
In the dead of the winter, life can feel rather... stagnant? And unfortunately, that dull vibe always transfers over to how we feel about our current hairstyles. None of us can put an end to 15-degree days, but we can breathe life into our overall look with a brand new cut. That's why we pulled together this roundup of the hottest winter 2019 haircuts.
No matter your hair length, you've got options. Cease the day, chop it all off, and go for a pixie, or twist up your long length with a set of choppy bangs. Keep scrolling for six of the most popular celebrity-approved haircuts to try right now.
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Long Hair and Wispy Bangs
So your hair is your security blanket? Not a problem. Switch up your look without losing any length with a set of wispy bangs that hit right above or below your eyebrows. Ask for soft fringe that can be pushed around or separated in the middle to create a curtain-like look.
This early aughts beauty trend is back and better than ever, TBH. Long, side-swept bangs are the perfect intro to fringe if the beauty statement freaks you out. Wear them with a flippy bob or a long, layered haircut.
With more length left on top, the pixie is one of the most versatile haircuts out there. It gives the short cut more styling options, as well as gives it room for a change in texture.
Bobs aren't going anywhere. Ask for a cut that hits below your chin but above your shoulders. Give the cut a fresh, bold look by asking for all the hair to be cut at the same length.
In a modern update to "The Rachel," this variation features more subtle layers that flow seamlessly into one another, rather than looking choppy. It also creates the illusion of a thicker head of hair.
Already have a bob? At your next hair appointment, ask your stylist to give your regular trim the angled treatment, featuring longer lengths in the front and shorter lengths in the back. The key to really conquering this look, though, is having the gradation in length be very, very subtle.