10 Haircuts that Will Be Massive Trends in 2020

It’s a whole new season and that means it’s time for some new hair. Every few months, a fresh set of haircuts becomes, for lack of a better word, trendy. This doesn’t mean they’re completely new and you’ve never seen them before. Just like hair-color trends, some of these styles have been “in” at one time or another, and some (most) never really went “out” at all. But it seems like all of a sudden, certain cuts are everywhere – on celebrities, street style stars, and Instagram babes, especially.

  1. 70s Bangs

One look at Hilary Duff’s bangs and you’ll know the ’70s are coming back in a big way.

2.                  The Rachel

Though this look gives us clear memories of a specific decade, stylist Adel Chabbi, owner of Adel Atelier, believes it’s actually a timeless haircut — and that it’s back in a big way for spring 2020.

3.                  Asymmetrical Lob

Want a 2020 take on the ultra-popular lob? Try an asymmetrical style, like this one on Charlize Theron.

4.                  Chin-Length

Curled ends are definitely trending now, whether they’re flipped in or flipped up.

5.                  Modern Shag

The ’70s are calling and celebrities are answering — and will continue to do so next year. “The shag is a mainstay in style. In 2020, we are seeing an updated version that lends itself to modern styling.

6.                  Rounded ‘Fro

Natural curls and coils are taking the world by storm and the shape of the hair is what helps make the best impact.

7.                  Short Bangs

They sit just right above the eyebrows, making them a bit shorter than previous trendy styles.

8.                  The New Pixie

2020’s take on pixie cuts are either super short or just a bit longer than normal.

9.                  One Length

Kim Kardashian is the queen of the one-length style, whether it’s long as it is here or snipped into a short bob.

10.              The New Bob

Though it felt like every celebrity got a bob in 2019, the short cut isn’t going anywhere next year.