The 9 Best 2024 Haircut Trends — See Photos

If you’re looking to wear a wavy blunt bob this year, experts recommend asking your stylist to get rid of some weight in the ends to remove bulkiness. “This will allow for straight sleek looks, or rounder, fuller, and denser looks depending on your hair texture,” says Los Angeles-based hairstylist Michael Dueñas. He also recommends keeping the cut square as this will create height in the corners and push the hair forward towards your face.

‘70s Birkin Bangs

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Bust out your tie-dye and paisley prints because we’re due for a ‘70s revival. Though we can’t predict exactly what ‘70s fashion or culture trends will resurge, our crystal ball says Birkin Bangs from that era will definitely have a moment. “This haircut is inspired by the iconic Jane Birkin,” says Fekkai. “It features full French bangs paired with collarbone-length or longer [hair].”

The key to the perfectly undone vibe of this look is subtle layers. Fekkai says layers that are slightly uneven and “broken” give this cut a soft and natural appearance. This haircut is especially great for those with natural type 2 waves (a slight S-shaped wave) because this hair texture gives that effortless free-spirited look with minimal styling.

Chin-Length Bob

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Another short haircut you can expect to take off in 2024 is the chin-length bob. Even going from a neck-length hairstyle to this hairstyle is dramatic enough to stop traffic in the best way. Characterized by its jaw-skimming length and chin-framing shape, this look is “short, clean, and playful, while being stylish at the same time,” says Melissa Wade-Smith, a hairstylist based in La Canada Flintridge, California.

Wear it sleek, straight, and parted down the middle like Lori Harvey, or add some curl cream to your hair and wear it with some texture, like Issa Rae’s tousled side-part bob.

Halo Cut

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You don’t have to be an angel to have a halo. This ethereal cut will get you close enough. Consider the halo a more relaxed version of the bowl cut. (It’s even more laid back than the shaggy bowl cut that was trendy last year.) With a loose, round shape, this face-framing haircut “arches below the brows, carving around the face and opening up at the cheekbones,” says Los Angeles-based hairstylist Sunnie Brooke.



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