22 May 2024

Layered cuts trending this winter

The coldest season of the year is the one when we give in to all sorts of temptations: holiday parties, steamy mugs of hot chocolate, warm clothing and of course… a new hair cut. For the winter, the layered look seems to be the most natural choice, mostly for the opulence that layered hair gives us.

The 90’s trend for layered cuts

The 90’s revival is trendier than ever, in spite of the onset of a vaguely vintage nouvelle, inspired by the early years of this millennium. From the fabulous Nineties, the most popular layered cut for this winter remains “The Rachel”, Jennifer Aniston’s famous cut from her Friends years.

In this Instagram post Hailey Bieber, who is always up on the latest trends, proudly shows off her perfectly smooth smooth and curved layered cut, inspired by Rachel, but with a more discreet and natural volume.

Layered cuts for winter: the C-Shape

The name says it all: C-Shape. The most elaborate and richest layered look, with curved locks in the shape of a half-moon, this cut is ideal for more abundant lengths, never shorter than a shoulder-length bob.

The C-Shape is the ultimate Rachel Green layered look from Friends, the ideal haircut for those who prefer to maintain longer lengths, but at the same time give lots of natural movement with abundant layers with a “winged” effect.

Easy to create even with very long lengths, the C-Shape can be perfectly adapted for long bob, but even on a pixie cut, provided the hair is not too short. The “C-shaped” layers are a contraxt of curved levels that harmoniously frame the face.

Layered hair for winter: the shag

A Rock’n’Roll cut par excellence, the softer variant of the more controversial Mullet, the shag cut continues to gain popularity even during the cold season, especially with longer locks.

And if the curly version is obviously a nod to the 1980s, the version with layers and levels is perhaps the most chic solution for a haircut that is always very non-conformist, with a slightly rebellious touch.


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