Every few months, a new set of hairstyles become popular. This does not mean that they are nouveau and you’ve never seen or heard of them before, you have, it’s just like with fashion. How cool fashion trends from the past make a splash every now and then, the same is true for hairstyles. However, like bell-bottoms are timeless, there are a few hairstyles that are timeless, too. Let’s talk about those timeless hairstyles that have ruled through the decades and have withstood the lashes (pun intended) of time, till today.
Not all the cuts mentioned in this blog will require a major transformation, there might be some which require a lot of commitment and you might think that you don’t have the time and succumb to easier and less drastic ways to look dope this fall. And that is totally true, you can but you will never have the same perfect hairstyle these celebrities and Instagram models sport.
Don’t worry, all you have to do is invest in wigs and a cosmetology tripod. A cosmetology tripod can help you go a long way when it comes to styling. You won’t even have to move as you style your wig for the perfect night out, the cosmetology tripod is 360° rotatable and can also extend to adjust to your height.
Top Hairstyles prediction for 2020
- 70’s Bangs
Instead of going for a full-on bang, you can try opting for more of a curtain bang that sweeps to both sides. If you already had bangs before the lockdown, then this might be perfect for you. The lack of the monthly trims must’ve resulted in a longer style and can be easily turned into ‘70s bangs. They can be of any length or any texture like straight or wavy or curly.
If you’re using a wig and a cosmetology tripod then all you have to do is blow out the wig with a hair dryer on high, using a big round brush. You will also save your real hair from heat damage if you wear a wig.
- Beach Waves
This one will also need heat styling, so it’s better to do it to a wig on a cosmetology tripod rather than your own hair. Just clamp down a small section of your hair with a styling iron and then twist your wrist while pulling your hair through. Finish with a spritz of texture spray for definition and movement.
- The Lob
This clavicle-length hairstyle is a great option for people who don’t want to go too short or too long. You will need a flat iron to create this look, to do it simply heat up the flat iron and create S-shaped bends all throughout your hair.
You can leave them hanging naturally after but if you like bed head waves, the kind that Dua Lipa wears then, spritz a bit of texturizing spray to finish things off. This hairstyle goes with most facial structures and jaw lines, so, don’t think much about it. The lob can be the penultimate step before you’re confident enough to rock a classic jaw-length style bob.
Of course, if you don’t want to regret the irreversible damage you’ll do to your hair if the look doesn’t work on you, you can always try it out on a wig and cosmetology tripod first.
- The Modern Shag
No, it’s not when two people wear virtual reality gear and…you get the gist, it’s not that. The modern shag is another hairstyle from the 70s which is predicted to make a comeback this fall. This look works for curly hair, straight hair, long, mid-length, and even shorter hair. Taylor Swift is the most common famous person that wears this hairstyle all the time.
- Undercut Bob
An undercut bob is a great option because it continues to look great even as it grows out. This style can be worn in a multitude of ways: natural, blown out straight, or adding in texture, waves, and curl. You can get multiple looks out of an undercut bob before you need to return to the salon for a trim.
Also, if you don’t want your hair to be cut that short in the first place but are equally excited to see what you will look like in a bob cut then, buy a wig and a wig stand to try it out first.
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