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New year: new curly hair cut

by Chelsea Castonguay
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2020 is now beginning to fade into the past. Therefore, it's time to think about how you want to look in feel in 2021. If you're thinking about mixing up your look, one of the easiest ways to do it is with a new haircut. It's a new year: time for a new curly hair cut. Give these suggestions a look through, and if one sparks your fancy, bring it with you to your stylist! Who knows; you might find something you love.

New year: new curly hair cut


If you have fine curls, you might feel as though there aren't a ton of options out there when it comes to styling your curls, but that simply isn't true. For you, layers upon layers is going to be the way to go. A good stylist will use layers to add structure to your curls, allowing them to lift and be individually defined without being weighed down.


Short stacks doesn't just refer to pancakes; it can also be a great reference to your stylist when talking about the kind of bob you want. This super short bob is great at showcasing the texture of your curls, and the short stacks allow for a great rounded vibe. You can ask for side swept bang to give some visual interest in the front.


Sometimes, you just need a few highlights to really make your curls pop. These medium length layers give this look great movement, and still allows you to have enough hair to sweep back into a ponytail or braid. However, by adding some shimmering golden highlights, the curls really pop.


If you've previously done a big chop, or opted for a shorter hairstyle in the past, you probably know how difficult it can be to grow those looks out. However, there's hope for a cut style in between. The next time you see your stylist, ask for a shag. Not only are shags superbly chic, they also are more forgiving than most structured cuts, and look fabulous on curly hair. Eyebrow skimming bangs also give this look some interest.

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