New Year, new hairstyle: 5 short hair trends

New Year, new hairstyle: 5 short hair trends

The new year is the perfect time to be bold and to have that haircut you've always dreamed about. Going short can be a little scary, but with so many short hair trends to choose from, and by using a skilled hairdresser with the right scissors, you'll find that perfect short style for you. Below we explore 5 short hair trends for you to check out this new year. 

1. The jawline bob

The bob has always been in fashion but this new year will see the bob becoming shorter, sleeker and blunter. The new trend sees the bob being cut short at the back and long at the front, in keeping with the jawline. The ideal length is between the ear and jaw. Wear it super straight for that ultra modern look. 

2. The heavy middle length bob

The mid-length bob is a great option if you don't want to go for the short bob as this look is always on trend. To revamp the look for the season ahead, the cut should be super blunt and appear weightier, with no layers, as this will help to add definition and structure. 

3. The long fringe

This new year sees the return of the long fringe with a centre parting. This look is soft and will add body and definition to short hairstyles. The layered fringe that parts in the middle helps to frame your face and can always be swept to the side for a new look. 

4. The shaggy pixie

This look is perfect if you want to go short, but not too short. This look gives you a short and manageable style, but with enough length on top to style. A great choice if you have curly hair. 

5. The fringed bob

The square bob that is teamed with a short fringe is back this new year. There is the added twist of it being less polished with added choppy layers that end just above the jawline. This new bob is fresh and suited to wavy hair. 

We hope we've inspired you to take the chop in the new year. For further style inspiration and to browse our range of cobalt scissors, then please do visit our website and get in touch with us today.

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  • Marina Kyriacou
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