Short in the front, long in the back, the mullet is the best of both worlds. "Miley Cyrus has been at the forefront of the modern mullet trend, with shorter face framing layers in the front and added length in the back," says Justine Marjan, TRESemmé global stylist, per InStyle.
'70s-style bangs are a small tweak that can make any existing haircut feel fresh for the new year. The retro look can be adapted by virtually any hair texture, including natural hair, shorter face framing pieces that really enhance the shape of their natural curls.
This cut is amazingly low maintenance when done well, as it complements the head shape. The shag is an anomaly of a cut because it's characterized by layers, rather than length. That being said, it looks amazing on virtually any hair texture and with or without bangs. Selena Gomez's curly shag with bangs is a classic iteration of the cut.
For a more low-key version of the shag, opt for piecey, sultry, face-framing layers that will grow out with ease. Take Priyanka Chropa's mid-length center-parted shag for example and ask your stylist for fashion layers, that are carved out from the inside of your cut, and face framing layers that are perfectly piecey and unapologetically sultry.
Curtain bangs are a 2020 hair trend you'll continue to see more of in the new year, because they are super cute, it’s low-maintenance and also make way for a softer and more graceful grow-out phase then traditional bangs, meaning you can go longer between trims.