Hair Cut Trends Brixton for 2022
Haircut Trends Brixton – In the heart of diverse and bustling Brixton is our Live True London Brixton salon, and we’re bringing in the new year in style with innovative and trending haircuts! Visit us on Brixton Road for your next hair cut in 2022 – whether you’re after a classic look or something fresh and new.
The latest take on the mullet trend is bold and rebellious! An innovative look featuring choppy layers that gradually blend the fringe into the rest of the hair cut. We love natural hair texture and curls for this style!
The Wolf Cut
Originating in Korea, the Wolf Cut is a cross between a mullet and a shag that’s usually styled on longer hair. It features a long fringe with a cut that lends itself perfectly to waves and curls.
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90s Boy Bob
Reminiscent of 90s heartthrobs, the 90s boy bob has been elevated to an elegant and blunt cut worn by models like Kaia Gerber, and is usually styled with a side or center parting. This short cut is softened with the ends curled inwards and cut in line with the nape of the neck.
This sultry look is inspired by Stevie Nicks and is ideal for people wanting add some volume to their hair. These fine layers create movement and body and are virtually unnoticeable as they grow out.
Short Pixie Cut
All kinds of pixie cuts are coming back in a big way for 2022! This trendy, feminine and unique haircut frames the face with neatly trimmed edges, paired with a longer crown. As seen on the likes of Cara Delevingne, this look is edgy, sassy, and effortless.
We love the Bixie (a cross between a classic bob and a pixie cut) as it’s easy to style, carefree and versatile. It’s achieved with short, choppy layers that taper towards the nape of the neck, keeping with the edginess of a pixie cut and the chicness of a bob. A haircut trends Brixton must have!
Modern Bowl Cut
This editorial look is regularly worn by runway models, but we’ve seen a rise in it in our salons. This look is created with straight strands falling from the crown of the hair and cut inline with the fringe, while gradually tapering towards the neck. As seen on Zendaya and Ruby Rose.