6 Hottest Hair Trends That Have Made A Smashing Comeback

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Summer was all about ease and low-key hair trends. Now that the season has changed, the trends have gone through a transition too. If you are looking to change up your hair this season, then it’s going to be easier than you think since the biggest hair trends have debuted on the runway and are spotted on celebrities. To add to it, these are wearable and relatively low-maintenance. Of course, there is a little drama for those who want it, with many iconic hairstyles that were raging in the late ’90s and 2000s.

1. Hair Contouring


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If you aren’t looking to commit to a layered look or a bob, you can still frame your face with a new colouring technique called hair contouring. Just like how we use a contour stick to sculpt and frame the face, hair contouring uses highlights and lowlights placed strategically throughout the crown to give your face a sculptural appearance. You can get a variety of looks through this technique, and just like with makeup, it can be used to create a broad or elongated look depending on where the highlights are placed.

2. Fun Buns


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There’s something about buns; who doesn’t remember Audrey Hepburn’s chic chignon in Breakfast at Tiffany’s? It’s such an iconic hairstyle. Buns are convenient to do and keep the hair off the face. The aughts were known for spiky buns with a middle parting. And then there were elegant buns that featured romantic, loose wavy pieces framing the face. The good news buns can be done in most hair lengths and textures.

3. The Bob


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Bobs are back on the trend list again. Remember the lob, short for long bob, which was all the rage a few years back? This time though, the bobs are blunter for extra edge. Styling the bob correctly can give your hair volume and is an excellent option for somebody with fine hair.

4. Money Piece


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Money piece highlights can be a great way to brighten up the face on a budget. The technique only requires dying the face-framing pieces closest to the face, which means no more spending hours and big bucks at the salon. It can be done using any colour and works for all hairstyles and types, from soft waves to braids. We recommend going bold with fun colours like purples or greens for the money pieces. However, if you can always choose to stick to shades closer to your natural hair.

5. Super Straight

One of the most seen hairstyles at fashion week is super-straight hair. We know Kim Kardashian is a fan for sure. Use a hair cream to prime your hair and follow up with a flat iron to get straight, silky locks. Plain straight hair can sometimes get boring; try cute barrettes to add some character to the hair.

6. 90s Layers


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Finding inspiration from the past seems like a major trend right now. The face-framing layered haircut is extremely versatile, also known as the ‘Rachel’ haircut from the TV show Friends. It is ideally styled by blowing out your hair to make the layers stand out. Next time you visit the salon ask for short angles around your face and long layers at the back of your hair.

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