Top 5 Haircuts Stylists Say Will Trend in 2020

By on March 18, 2020
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With this virus thing in the air, people are all couped up at home this spring. It is an ideal time for the women over 50 to consider the top 5 haircuts stylists say will trend this year. Trending doesn’t mean they’re completely new and you’ve never seen them before. Just like hair-color trends, some of these styles have been “in” at one time or another, and some (most) never really went “out” at all. But it seems like all of a sudden, certain cuts are on everyone.

Not all of these cuts will require major transformations. While an asymmetrical lob might be a commitment, there are also easier less drastic ways to update your look in 2020. With some long, shaggy bangs or just a few well-placed layers, you’re on your way to nailing the trends.

’70s Bangs

Instead of doing a full-on bang, the ’70’s bang opts for more of a curtain bang that sweeps to both sides. These long bangs can be flattering on all face shapes. With bangs parted in the middle and cut to curve the cheekbones, it’s soft and effortless.

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The Rachel

Who did not love actress Jennifer Anniston’s hair as she played Rachel in the hit show “Friends“! This style is all about the layers, plus a good blow-dry so sections are smooth and curled under. Though this look gives us clear memories of a specific decade, it’s actually a timeless haircut. Rachel rocked this look years ago and it’s still resonating among women worldwide.

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Asymmetrical Lob

The great thing about bobs, asymmetrical and otherwise, is that they look good on a variety of hair types and textures, so you can get versatile with your styling options. The asymmetrical bob is cut shorter in length in the back and longer in the front — or, for an edgier look, longer on one side than the other. Asymmetrical lobs can take on more solid, bold hair colors and less of a highlight, making it easier to experiment with the changing seasons.

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The Shaggy Look

The shag is a mainstay in style in 2020. We are seeing an updated version that lends itself to modern styling. It’s sexy, strong, and flattering. Try a shag with or without a strong fringe that is cut away into long or short hair, following a hybrid of the mullet and the shag. This look works for curly hair, straight hair, long, mid-length, and even shorter hair. This gives the mullet haircut a feminine softness and versatile approach.

Long shags are great for women over 50 who love movement and longer hair. The thing that’s great about modern shag styling is the texture. In the ’70s it was straight and the modern version of the shag gives you more space for texture.

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The New Pixie

The latest pixie cuts are either super short or just a bit longer than normal. With no in-between, the super short length feels very modern for the new decade. Shorter than the pixie cut was in the past, there is less movement providing a cool look for women over 50 in the new year. The pixie cut is low maintenance in the sense that you don’t have to spend too much time blow-drying your hair and style. Many people sporting the pixie cut leave their house with it wet and the style dries perfectly on its own.

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Work with your stylist to find the best style for you. You are beautiful and unique, created perfectly. Find the style that best portrays you, your personality and helps you to shine!

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Top 5 Haircuts Stylists Say Will Trend in 2020