Getting a haircut can be a scary experience. But, that doesn’t mean that you should let a little nerves stop you from rocking a new look. There are so many trending haircuts and styles nowadays, and it seems like a new one pops up on our Instagram feeds every day. If viral hair trends like Marshmallow Hair, Ultra Violet Hair and Mulled Wine Hair weren’t your speed, then you’re definitely going to love the A-line cut.
It’s a cut that’s shorter in the back and longer in the front, and it can be customized to fit your desired length and texture. “The change in length can be dramatic or subtle,” hairstylist Jon Reyman tells Refinery29. “An A-line haircut is typically shown as a bob, which begins between the nape of the neck and the shoulders. [It’s shortest] at the back perimeter and gradually lengthens to the front.”
A-line cuts work on short, mid-length and long hair, but it requires more than an inch in length difference to achieve. Since this is practically a universally-flattering cut, you can expect to see it everywhere. But that doesn’t make it basic, according to hairstylist Anh Co Tran. “Everyone will have their own interpretation of an A-line [this year], which makes it very current,” he tells Refinery29.
We’re not kidding when we say that it looks good on EVERYONE. Check out how people with short, mid-length and long hair have been putting their own spin on the trendy haircut:
- Short Hair
- Mid-Length Hair
- Long Hair
A bunch of celebrities have been sporting this hair trend, too! Olivia Culpo and Kelly Rowland shared their new ‘dos on Instagram, and we’re LOVING it! And, who could forget Kylie Jenner’s A-line cut at the 2016 Met Gala Ball?So, what do you think? Could you picture yourself getting an A-Line cut? Let us know in the comments below!