People are always diverse this means there is never a single hairstyle trend which is hot at a given time. History is fair for re-invention, so there is not much which has not been before. Each incarnation takes a fresh spin and comes out fabulous. The latest hairstyle trends sweep across the globe meaning the life cycle is a few years from when it is born of a new trend to fizzle. There are also those you cannot seem to eradicate. The following are the categories of hairstyles trends today.
Old Hollywood glamor
This vintage look is characterized by voluptuous, smooth waves and deep side parts. A perfect technique for getting this look is finger waves and pin curling. You can top it off with vintage accessories at the back or on one side. Look for items with ostrich feathers or rhinestones, and you will look beautiful on this.
This is the return of the 80’s meaning that this hairstyle influences from that time, movement, and texture. It has the short layers throughout the top, tousled curls and lots of waves. It does not imply that if you will be sporting some old tired eighties mullet but rather suddenly back en vogue.
The new mod
This is reborn of the classic 50s and 60s mod style with shorter length and texture in the crown that has become heavy and almost blunt bangs which skims your eyelashes. They may be annoying, but you can bear a little discomfort for fashion. The sides and back of the new mod hairstyle may range from short to medium with distinct bluntness around your hairline or lots of texture.
Asymmetric and disconnected cuts
Extreme angles can create a sculptural feel with this type of hairstyle trend. Blunt edges get to cut in the areas unexpected. There is no blender-blend in this hairstyle. It is a very edgy trend but may be tamed down by going with an asymmetric cut where one side is longer than the other. The angle of cut may take various forms. You can have a gentle slope or plummet, with one of the sides shorter. Or you can opt for graduating or chin-length as it comes to around your head. If you have very short hair, then you can take advantage of this trend
Faux-hawks and mohawks
This is a hot trend for both men and women. It looks immensely versatile, and it is possible to mimic it hair of any length. For short hair use gel or wax and direct it forward and up at the center. For the temporary mohawk on long hair, backcomb a rectangular part from the front hairline to the crown. Slice down the sides close to the head either behind your ears or secure straight back and below your back section.