Falling temperatures, piles of leaves and the return of spicy hot drinks are no lie: winter is fast approaching in Quebec. And with it comes its share of hair inconveniences: between the cold and the accessories designed to protect us from it (hats, headbands, etc.), your beautiful locks often look sad during this season.
But winter is also synonymous with festivities: Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year, so many occasions to get dressed up, including your hair!
So, what cut should you choose to pamper your hair and be trendy for the end of the year?
Go for the mid-length!
Easy to live with and easy to care for, this haircut also fits all faces. It will be THE trendy cut for the end of the year 2020. Many celebrities have already gotten into it, look at Kaia Gerber, for example!
This cut comes in many variations: plunging square, short or gradient, with or without fringe.
If you want to highlight your lengths (that’s their role after all: they’ll keep you warm during this harsh season!), think about accessorizing, because retro is making a big comeback: headband, scarf, bell hat, be original!
And for the most skillful among you, think about braids, which are also trendy this year, braids (especially worn glued to the skull) and buns will be perfect to keep your hair in place during festive evenings.
Let’s cut it all: short, tomboy style!
The latest fashion shows say it: the short will be as trendy this winter.
If you want to make your life easier and don’t want to have to deal with long sessions of styling, brushing, untangling (the frequency of which can be increased with the wearing of caps, headbands, scarves and other winter accessories), opt for the short!
There is necessarily a short cut adapted to your face, don’t hesitate to talk about it with your hairdresser, he will be happy to advise you. If your lengths have been put to the test this summer (sun, sea, etc.), this is the perfect opportunity to take the plunge and shorten your beautiful mane for this winter.
For the end of the season, it’s the boy’s cut that’s in the wind. Especially the Pixie cut: a few longer strands on the front and the top of the head, shorter on the sides and the nape of the neck.
For styling, nothing could be easier: apply your styling product and play with your style: rock, combed/uncombed, or wet look, and let’s go for the day!
What about shaping?
This winter we’ll play on volume, and on waves in particular. Whether they are subtle or on the contrary accentuated (hair notching, forgotten since the 90s, is making a big comeback), curls will definitely be in fashion this winter. We’ll avoid the long sticks, a little sad and out of fashion.
And what about bangs in all this? The fringe, we keep! Always topical, it will be worn short, very short this winter, whatever the length of your cut. If you don’t already have one, talk to your hairdresser to find the right shape for your face before you take the plunge. It’s all about trimming and tapering to get the effect you want. If the classic fringe seems too slender, go for the curtain fringe that falls on either side or only one side of the face, which is wiser and more discreet than the straight version.
As you can see, there’s something for everyone this season, so unleash your hair creativity!