Haircuts: 4 strong trends for winter 2021/2022

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Winter might be the right time to give a haircut a twist. Whether you opt for a small modification or for something decidedly drastic, the proposals are practically endless. We have identified 4 macro currents that concern all lengths, from minimal to XXL. They can also be an inspiration for the style to choose for New Year’s Eve. After all, what better method than a change of hairstyle to adequately celebrate the moment of transition between the old and the new year?

Shag cut

It is the cut that has returned forcefully to the fore. Adopted in the 70s and 80s by rock stars because it was defined as “anti-bourgeois”, it is a progressive, multilayered, deconstructed and grunge allure, with lengths that touch the features, shorter at the top of the head and gradually longer up to touch the nape of the neck and shoulders. Lhe new edition has the fringe that covers the forehead or opens as a curtain. It gives a very scenic dimension to curly hair.

Modern Bob

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With lengths that reach from the chin to the collarbone, they have returned powerfully to the center of interest in a thousand versions. The newest has two very strong distinctive traits: the cheerful trend on the tips and the central line, strongly back in the limelight this new season, and always has locks modeled with serums and polishing milks.


A jaunty style with playful tufts. AND halfway between a bob and a pixie and allows for infinite variations to be made with a brush, hairdryer and volumizing products by moving the locks forward, on one side or backwards. In addition, it also allows you to experiment with new colors.

Heavy Layers

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Long hair allows infinite possibilities when you opt for the new scales that create a sort of steps made of consistent strands modeled with a brush and hairdryer that give movement. Without affecting the XXL lengths, the artfully positioned scissors create soft volumes that can be shaped as desired with gel and lacquer. The inspiration is eighties but less rigid.


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