These Are The Biggest Hairstyles That Will Dominate 2023
New year, new you, new hairdo!
Last 2022, we saw many viral haircut moments from our favorite celebrities and beauty influencers alike. It’s quite impossible to pinpoint a favorite. And this got us thinking: what will the biggest hair trends be in 2023?
Well, first thing’s first, we’ll be taking a playful approach to our hair, trying out new cuts, colors, styling tricks, formulas and accessories on a quest to somewhat reinvent ourselves. In the spirit of inspiration, learn what hair trends will be big in 2023, some according to Carla Latumbo of Revlon Professional Philippines.
This hairstyle started popping up early in 2022, and it’s definitely here to stay. Ask your hairstylist to cut wispy bangs and add layers on top of the head, blending them with the bottom length. Remember to keep the ends long, like the legs of an octopus!
We’re not done with the ‘70s! Seventies blow-dries with lots of volume are quite literally going to be huge, as are big curls. Carla said, “This year, you’ll see some fresh takes on retro hairstyles paying homage to ‘70s and ‘80s trends.” With this, we suggest investing in a good volumizing spray for the best blowout ever!
Subtle hair colors
If you want to alter your hair color but keep it low-maintenance, Carla recommends picking a color and process that allows for a smooth growth-out. “For 2023, subtle but statement-making color that doesn’t require constant upkeep will be big.” As a rule of thumb, you can keep your hair softer, more blended, and forgiving towards regrowth by staying within four hues of your original shade.
Bangs have been making a huge comeback recently, and wispy bangs are the perfect take because they suit every face shape and hair length. Ask you stylist to cut longer pieces framing your face, and make sure your fringe is shorter in the middle than it is on the sides to bring more attention to your face.
We’re so into this evolved French bob! The short, jagged ends are complemented by softer internal layering to create movement, texture and natural volume. Adding a soft, layered fringe with a curved edge will really make this style stand out.