The 9 Coolest Hairstyles For Women To Try This Spring

This style emphasizes length, fullness, and movement by cutting a C-shape into the hair. The shortest layers frame the face and the rest get longer as they approach the bottom of the hair, creating a subtle C-curve.


The vintage/punk-rock wolf cut, a shag-mullet with lots of bouncing layers, is great for effortless body and movement.

Wake up and hydrate

Los Angeles hairstylist Mika Fowler says Korean air bangs, thin, piece-y bangs, have been fashionable for a year.

Wispy Korean Air Bangs

Celebrity hairstylist and UNITE Ambassador Graham Nation describes the bixie as a hybrid between a bob and a pixie, less trimmed but more textured.


Salons are offering more varieties, with the lob being the most popular because you don't have to cut it totally.


The fad, which has swept social media, is named for its many choppy layers that resemble octopus tentacles.


Bottleneck curtain bangs are the latest feminine curtain bangs, shorter in the center and longer on the sides.

Bottleneck bangs

This spring, single-length, clean, crisp shapes are popular, and Abramite says the lack of layers makes hair stronger.

One-length cut

She adds that misting damp hair with a sea salt spray to play up and coax out your natural texture and air-drying it makes it effortless and low-maintenance.

Shaggy layers