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Top 7 Trending Haircuts for Summer

Updated: Oct 26, 2021

Hairstyle trends are constantly changing, but this summer there is a deluge of new styles that will tempt you to visit your favorite eco-friendly salon.

To help you, this article contains 7 of the most fashionable women's haircutting trends for summer 2021. In this list, we have included some of the most fashionable choices according to the latest styles and trends.

Your hair often dictates how you feel about yourself. If you’ve been thinking about doing something new, this is your sign to pull the trigger! For more information on how to look glam this summer, you can visit a hair salon in Alexandria to help you feel refreshed and renewed.

1. The Pixie Cut

This style has been popular for a while and is most definitely still on trend. It has retained its luster, because not only is it easy to maintain but it is neat and sophisticated. It can cross over to sexy and stylish effortlessly and is a great vehicle for adding accessories.

The pixie cut looks particularly cute when you add some highlights. A little honey blonde takes this cut up a notch and makes it more playful. One of the myths that surrounds this cut is that it only works for a certain face shape, but with the right confidence, you can make it work.

2. The Angled Bob

This is a play on the classic bob. The bob with bangs was first introduced many years ago, but we are seeing a resurgence. With Instagram icons like Taylor LaShae bringing back the French bob, it’s no surprise that the angled bob is now taking center-stage. A classic bob has the same length in all of its contours, but the angled bob has a slightly shorter edge on one side.

Moreover, this beautiful short cut is very popular with all face shapes and is very well suited to many textures. After all, bobs give even those with fine hair a little extra body. You can play with wax and other products to give it the look you want, too.

3. Curtain Bangs and Shag Haircut

This is a cut for those who want to keep a little length! With all the volume gathered around the crown, the added layers create a cool look. You can add short or long layers, but curtain bangs are great for those who don’t want to commit to a full fringe. After all, they are easier to grow out and easy to hide if you want to take a break from them.

4. Medium Bob with Long Parted Bangs

This style is a perfect length and looks great for taller people. Long parted bangs offer a sleek look that is elegant but not messy. Long bangs with a middle part gives the longer bob even more movement and enhances the structure of the face.

5. Textured Haircut

This type of haircut is becoming increasingly popular with those who struggle to give their hair enough texture and volume. Texture is often found in salt sprays and various products that aren’t necessarily environmentally friendly. However, the textured haircut is now offering a solution.

Essentially it is about cutting shorter lengths into longer lengths to create an internal shape that works as a structure for each style. It adds definition and body. This is also a great option to unload a burden from those with heavy, thick hair.

6. Mullet Haircut

Are mullets back? Well, it seems that way. Not only for men, but for women too. Miley Cyrus has already strutted the red carpet with this fab, fun look. The mullet is one of the haircuts that has returned with less force, but this summer it comes in versions combined with other cuts such as the pixie or the shag to achieve a truly unique look. The mullet cut is typically tamer in the front or on the sides, while the back is longer and shaggier.

7. The Blunt Cut

A blunt cut looks neat and powerful. The blunt cut can be any length but make the biggest statement as a bob. It’s very versatile, can be worn straight or curly, and so on. A fully straight styling makes this haircut shine.

Visit Cualtzin Salon for your summer haircut. Our experienced team will make your experience great! Book an appointment today to jump on your current favorite hair trend.

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