Hair Trends In The City
Hair trends are constantly changing. It can sometimes be tricky to keep up, but that’s also kind of the fun part about the hair industry…it’s always changing and evolving. We all know that LA is known for it’s unique trends and happenings. Often LA is where so many trends begin and then filter into the rest of the country. It is, after all, where so many trendsetters reside so it’s really no shocker. If you’re like us, you kind of want to know the hair trends in the city to see what’s going to begin trending throughout the rest of the country. We thought it would be fun to share some of our favorite hair trends in the city right now to give you a little hair inspiration.
We’ve all noticed a rise in bangs lately. It seems like every time we turn around a celebrity or personal friend is chopping some hair off to create a bang hair style for themselves. Bangs have always been a great go-to hair change to make when you want something different without changing the overall length of the hair. One of the hair trends in the city currently is a different take on bangs. The gradual (or tapered) bangs. These bangs are exactly what they sound like. They’re bangs that are cut in a way that are shorter on one side and get longer as you go towards the other side of the face. It’s a modern take on bangs that gives you a different vibe, and can be a great alternative to the traditional blunt bangs that are worn straight across.
Bob haircuts have kind of been everywhere. If you’re not quite familiar bob hair styles are cut around the chin in length. While bob hair styles are great and always a classic, one of the undeniable hair trends in the city (and around the country right now) is the lob hair style. Lob haircuts are longer than the traditional bob with length that’s generally just below the shoulders in length, right around the collarbone. It’s a great mid-length hair style that gives you a lot of different options as far as styling goes. Since it’s on the shorter side it’s easy to style in a super straight, sleek style that’s so popular right now. But you’re also able to rock a lot of more traditional long hair styles like wearing your hair in updos, which is something you’re limited to with the traditional bob look.