Determined to sport a new look this year but still don’t know which one to get? There are lots of new haircuts to try for 2023. While some of them are throwback trends from decades ago, they’re given a fresh twist. Others are really new though — perfect for when you’re feeling a bit more experimental.
But what actually are these trending haircuts for women in 2023? Here are the top 5.
What hairstyle will be popular in 2023?
Textured short hair or lob
A lob (a.k.a. a long bob) has been around for decades! But this year, the iteration that’s more textured is reigning supreme. This haircut is perfect for those who already have textured hair or those who are fans of edgier hairstyles.
Is it the same as the wolf cut? Not really! Although it is starting to be as popular. The butterfly haircut is more like a long layered cut with curtain bangs. Find out more about it here.
This year seems to be all about edgy hairstyles. The ’60s and ’70s shag is making a comeback. If you’re looking for something that will take you out of your comfort zone, this is the one to try.
Yes, it looks just the way it sounds. It has a bit more volume at the top but the ends are not as thin as they are in a shag. It gives just the right amounts of chicness and grunge.
Early 2000s side-swept bangs
Y2K styles are here to stay. This year, the early aughts’ side-swept bangs are making a comeback. Think Ashley Tisdale and Shailene Woodley in their teen dramas!
Is short hair in for 2023?
While it seems like super short haircuts such as the pixie and the asymmetrical bob, they’re still definitely good to sport if you like them!
Is long hair in for 2023?
It seems to be the year of shoulder-length cuts but if you’ve always been a long-hair girl or if you’ve been taking care of your hair to be able to finally wear it long this year, go right ahead.
Are bangs in and out for 2023?
Bangs seem to be in each year! It’s just the cut or style of the fringe that differs. This year, it’s looking like the styles of the 2000s are the ones people will be asking for.
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