Make the most of your natural hair for a great new look

Lifestyle Tuesday 17/January/2023 21:13 PM
By: Brandpoint Content
Make the most of your natural hair for a great new look

Is the beginning of a brand new year inspiring you to try a fresh new look? Before splurging on an entirely different wardrobe, try a tactic that will instantly elevate your style and give your confidence a boost: refreshing your hairstyle.

This year's hair trends are all about movement, and also making the most of your own natural hair type for a great new look - and feel!

Here are some fun hair trends for women and men that may just make you smile and do a double take when you catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirror.

For Women:

All these trending do's have the advantage of working well with any kind of hair, from straight to curly or fine to thick. You can make any one of these styles your own for a fresh new look you'll love.


Try this trending fringe to guarantee your year will start with a bang! From '70s-inspired butterfly bangs to timeless side-swept bangs, any fringe with texture is making a comeback in the new year. Bangs frame your face and can create instant volume, making them a great accent for any hair type, length and texture.

Modern Shag

This version of the shag is here to stay! Inspired by '80s rock stars, this layered cut features face-framing bangs, texture and layers. Also known as the wolf cut, a shag haircut is a versatile style that works great with any hair type.

Lots of Layers

2023 is the year of flowy hair. No matter what your hair's curl pattern or texture type, layered styles that emphasize movement are sure to be a hit! Keep your hair feeling weightless by using a volumizing shampoo and conditioner for a boost of bounce.

For Men:

Take on the adventure of an amazing new style that can help you look your best all year long.

Brushed-Up Styles

Inspired by the looks of the 1950s, TikTok and YouTube influencers are bringing an exciting modern twist to classic brushed-up hairstyles. This new take on a retro haircut includes medium-length hair on top that is styled back, usually in a messy way. The short sides are cut in a fade, undercut or taper. Finish off the look with Grooming Spray to easily keep your hair in place.

Embrace Texture

Whether your hair is straight or curly, this year is texture's time to shine! Try products like Fibre Cream to define your hair and add rough texture without making it feel crunchy or stiff. -BPT