Collarbone-Length Cuts (Left)
Stephens says this versatile cut can lend itself to a more business-like look or a more playful look. Cluck loves collarbone-length cuts because they’re long enough for a ponytail and short enough for a messy look with a nice frame.
Another trend ton the rise is naturally textured hair. Stephens says the look is edgy and distinct and recommends asking your stylist to use a razor for a result that’s less uniform than a scissor cut. “People are leaning toward organic movement instead of layers,” says Cluck, who feels that a textured cut is the key to styles like the coveted beachy waves.