Below we’ve rounded up the hottest hair trends for summer 2021 to try your hand on. Whether you want to keep it simple with long layers or enhance your look with a brown hair, anyone can give it a try.
1. Curly shag.
This look combines trends from the 70s and 80s for volume cuts. Perfect for anyone with curly hair, this style keeps curls the star of the show by cutting tons of layers and full bangs.
2. Auburn for summer.
After years of cool blondes and pale brunettes, many people are starting to take on an even warmer tone. Auburn, a reddish brown shade that looks great on everyone.
3. Blunt bangs.
Wrapped bangs aren’t the only type of bangs you’ll see this summer. A full forehead grazing bangs will also cause a sensation. Not only does it look flattering on everyone,bangs are an instant hairstyle. You can take 5 to 10 minutes on your bangs and have a full hairstyle.
4. New Pixie.
When you think of a pixie cut, ultrashort styles come to mind, but this modern approach to this hairstyle can be anything you want it to be. Pixies today come in a variety of shapes and sizes. It’s about revealing and showcasing your features.
5. Experimental color.
The trend from 2020 continues – bright colors will continue to dominate in the summer of 2021. Pink ombre is an easy way to try the trend, but you can also try bolder experimental colors like baby blue or emerald with jewelry.
6. Box Bob.
This approach is as simple as it gets – consider minimal layers and not angling like A-line Bob would have . This style is best suited for finer hair as it can look too triangular on thick hair. This is an easy style to add bangs for extra dimension.
7. Curtain Bangs.
Curtain bangs could be the hair trend that will rule the decade. The whip proves it’s here to stay. Curtain bangs are a fantastic way to reinvent yourself without cutting your hair. One easy way to style this trend is to pair the bangs on the curtains with a messy topknot.
8. Modern Mid-length Shag.
A “grown-out shag” is a more wearable version of the hyper-edgy mullet trend. So many of the trends we see today are inspired by the late ’60s, early ’70s. It’s also easy to wear in loose waves.
9. Asymmetric Bob.
Do you want a fun and bold classic? Try an asymmetric bob like. Keep different lengths on both sides for cool dimension and texture. Bonus if you try a rich brown hair Color.
10. Money Piece Highlights.
Chunky highlights are back – but don’t worry, these aren’t those awkward scribbles from the early 2000s. Money piece highlights will continue to be in trend, calling it “luxury, rich colors here and there”.