6 Of The Most Fashionable Hair Trends Today

Sep 28


Marshall Thurlow

Marshall Thurlow

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The fashion industry has changed hair trends over the years. From the straight, long and shiny hair to hair foils and curtain bangs, people want something different every season.


The fashion industry has changed hair trends over the years. From the straight,6 Of The Most Fashionable Hair Trends Today Articles long and shiny hair to hair foils and curtain bangs, people want something different every season. 

This year is all about tousled lob haircuts, wispy bangs, balayage, and textured cuts. If you are not looking for a dramatic look but just want some easy breezy looks, then these hairstyle trends might be for you.

Read on to find out which trends made it this season!  

1. Hair foils

Hair foils are usually made out of a thin piece of plastic that is stretched across a weft of hair to create highlights. They make it easy to get colour and pattern into the base or natural colour as they are applied over the entire length of the hair.

Hair foils come in different shapes and sizes ranging from narrow strips to large areas. The higher their dimensions, the more natural light reflects off them and this can help when highlighting a client’s hair. 

Just ask Petersham Hair Co and they will be sure to tell you all about foils, how they are applied, and how they are different to either a balayage or ombre colour.

2. Tousled lob haircut 

A tousled lob haircut is a long layered haircut that has the front and sides of the hair flipped up and outwards.

This hairstyle is usually cut with scissors and not a razor. The hair on the top of the head can be short or long, depending on what you would like to look like. There are many ways to cut this hairstyle, but it is always important to check in with your stylist to see what they recommend for your specific hair type.

3. Curtain bangs

Curtain bangs are short, face-framing layers of hair. They are typically cut a few inches long and combed back off the forehead.

Curtain bangs are traditionally clipped in place with bobby pins or an elastic band; they may also be secured with hair spray.

4. Balayage 

A Balayage is a hair-dye technique that uses free-hand painting of colour. The colour is applied to the edges and top of the head with a brush or comb. According to Marie Claire: “Balayage allows for a sun-kissed, natural looking hair colour, with softer, less noticeable re-growth. The principal idea being less is more when creating a natural, multi-tonal finish. The technique uses patches of light and shade to create multiple dimensions to the colour.”

This hairstyle can be done on all types of hair, but it's especially popular with those that are medium brown or darker in colour.

People who do this hairstyle will typically have their natural hair colour at the bottom, which creates a contrast between the two colours and looks great when styled in loose waves or curls for an effortless look.

5. Textured haircuts

A textured haircut is not based on any one set pattern. It may be choppy, layered, or shaggy and most of the time it has random light and dark pieces. Textured haircuts are great for those who don't want to commit to a single hairstyle but still want to make an impact.

6. Wispy bangs

Wispy bangs are a popular hairstyle that are parted to one side, creating an asymmetrical look to the face. The term "wispy" refers to the soft and airy parts of the style that frames around your face.

Wispy bangs are created with a curling iron or by gently brushing hair to one side.

To end…

These hair trends are all about texture. No matter which hair trend you choose to sport, the goal is to look and feel good! You can choose to take any hairstyle and transform it into your own style! 

What matters is that you have fun with your new look this season!