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Getting a haircut always feels like a fresh start to life to me, and we all sure feel that way by having a look at the short hair trends. For your information, 2023 short hair trends are not everything new and something we have never seen. It's a bunch of nostalgic vibe, from 80s to 90s inspired hairstyles and haircuts to minimal to bold hair dyes. You will be able to see Lobs, Y2K hairstyles, and side parting hairstyles. Most of these short hair trends are effortless yet so trendy I cannot even explain.
Here is a great great opportunity for you to lose those extra lengths of your hair, from Selena’s lobs to Side parting hairstyles. We can flaunt these hair trends all year long as these are versatile, timeless, and real simple to flaunt.
From a classic lob (layered bob) hairstyle to a deep side parting hair that can be slayed by anyone, these hair trends are effortlessly gorgeous and deserves all the attention in the world for sure.
The vibes of the '90s are totally making a comeback in 2023. We're pulling out our cropped cardigans and opting for a Posh Spice shoulder-length lob, minus the intense stare. I'm loving this lob haircut as a middle ground between short and long locks. It gives you that lively blowout effect while remaining effortlessly versatile for pulling back. Gregory suggests requesting a blunt cut just above the shoulders with full layers for that extra bounce. This style suits most face shapes, but it truly shines on thicker hair, showcasing its swirly shape.
Since around 62 BC (more or less), the declaration of "getting bangs" has signaled a friend's yearning for change. Somehow, this simple snip was believed to solve all of life's problems—relationship drama, work issues, even a pesky lower back. While we're not claiming bangs to be miracle-workers, they do impart a fresh, new-person aura. Various bone structures can rock bangs and other face-framing styles, but those with broader foreheads might want to avoid the full, blunt look. Once you commit to bangs, a salon visit every four weeks for a quick trim (usually under 15 minutes) will keep them on point.
Short hairstyles often carry the reputation of being high-maintenance. Super short cuts can hit that awkward "in-between" stage as they grow out, leading to more frequent salon visits. Enter the flirty lob with long, seamless layers—an ideal choice for those seeking a more laid-back short cut. The lived-in and layered look is set to trend in 2023, thanks to its low-maintenance appeal, encouragement of natural texture or waves, and suitability for air-drying. It's essentially a wash-and-go minimalist style. When at the salon, ask for triangular layers with a soft face frame to nail the effortlessly chic vibe.
Our hair parts have explored every conceivable angle on our heads—Right! Left! Even more left! Center! Yet, a profound, sweeping side part has always carried a hint of femme fatale allure. (I mean, if you can't catch a glimpse of the center of my scalp, do you truly know the real me?) Caruso is all about embracing this air of mystery in 2023. He suggests giving bobs and other short cuts a boost with a volumizer for that added body a side part brings to the table (we're fans of R+Co Balloon Dry Volume Spray). Finish off the look with a touch of smoothing cream or a finishing oil, like Verb Ghost Weightless Hair Oil, for that polished touch.
If Joan Jett decided to switch careers in 2023 and hit the runway, this would be her signature haircut. The rock-n-roll shaggy wolf cut has been making waves (cue Billie Eilish, the Patron Saint of wolf cuts), but the short length injects a fresher vibe for the new year. What's awesome about this look is its versatility: it's the go-to cut for bringing out your hair's natural texture. Style it with or without bangs, blow it out straight, or give it some texture with a curling iron—this cut lets you channel anyone you want to be (though embodying Joan Jett or Billie Eilish does sound pretty damn cool).
Picture this: take a part pixie and blend it with two parts bob—shaken, not stirred—add a dash of punky attitude, and voilà, you've got the Bixie. Short on top, a bit longer on the bottom—like a mullet but way more chic. When you hit the salon, ask your stylist to choose a flattering length and throw in some face-framing layers. Given its flirtation between punk and mullet, you'll need a trim every six to eight weeks to keep that perfect length intact.
These short hair trends are just too good to be true and can be styled on any hair texture as well. These hair trends have been loved by almost everyone throughout the decades and now they are making a comeback and we are more than excited to opt for these.