Girls love to get a new look now and then, and one of the easiest ways to achieve this is by trying a trending hairstyle. If you are a professional and operate a hair salon you need to ensure you know what styles are trending and in case something goes wrong have a good level of salon insurance in place. So what are the most trending hairstyles for girls in 2017? You will shortly find out!
In 2017, long bobs and short bobs are a hugely trending hairstyle; everyone is kind of chopping off their hair, and that is because this haircut gives off such a fashionable look. On the other hand, long hairstyles are also trending as many girls are embracing their long locks; however, be careful, because such a hairstyle requires lots of hair care to look beautiful. There are also blunt bangs, the new shag, and platinum blonde.
The Blunt Lob
Keeping the hair ends at a uniform level gives a style like Michelle Obama’s a classic, polished finish. What is great about the blunt cut is that it can be worn sleek and also with beach waves or a deconstructed texture. If you have an oval-shaped face, you should definitely go longer between.
The High Pony
Slick your hair strands up. All the way up. Done in stick-straight or rumpled texture, the high ponytail adds both ease to every ensemble and elegance. Bonus: the tighter you secure hair, the more lifted your face looks.
Break out your flat iron – straight, shiny and center-parted hair is one of the famous trends for 2017. But this hairstyle only works if your hair looks healthy – not fried. Be sure to apply a heat protectant to your hair before touching it with a straightener.
The New Shag
A far cry from the 90s “Rachel” cut, the 2017 new shag hits at the collarbone and gives a slight nod the 70s. “Once your lob gets long enough, you can layer it into a shag, and it is the perfect length,” says Gregory Russell, a known hairstylist who created Chloe Moretz’s look.
Gone are the days of getting platinum contrast on brunette color schemes. By giving your highlights a metallic bronze finish, your skin gets an extra touch of warmth, and the overall effect is more subtle. “It’s the kind of color that will make your friends ask where you went on vacation over the weekend. To light golden-blonde at the very end, think of a rich base with ribbons of caramel.
Not too warm, not too cool, a neutral auburn base like Emma Roberts’s is just perfect for all skin tones. Because the shade is extra vibrant, we recommend applying a color-depositing conditioner every time you lather up.
The Tousled Lob
The long bob has been an attractive look for what seems like eons. For a subtle finish, opt for staggered layers like Olivia Munn’s, which look equally great either air-dried or styled.
That blonde ambition has a stronger impact than ever this year, with even brunette stars like Katy Perry. Make sure your hair colorist picks a right hue that flatters your complexion – warmer tones pair well with a slight honey tint, whereas cool skin should opt for Perry’s icy shade.