12 Hottest Hairstyles Every Girl Will Be Rocking In 2018
New hair, who dis?
New year, new you... which also means new hair. Whether you want to chop it all off, grow it long and strong, or just can't wait and want to through in some extensions, you do you girl! There are going to be tons of super stylish new hair trends that you're going to want to try in 2018 and ain't nobody stopping you.
We've seen Selena Gomez go from deep brunette to dirty blonde, Kim Kardashian go from jet black to platinum silver. The celebs are changing it up and so can you.
From IDGAF choppy bangs and jawl-line cuts, to sleek and sexy silver hair, there's bound to be a look that you'll want to try. We dare you to spice things up (and not just because it's almost Christmas) for the new year and give a new hairstyle a go. Trust us, it's so liberating and will definitely get the ball rolling for the rest of your new year's resolutions.
Here are 12 of the trendiest hairstyles you'll be seeing in 2018 for some hair inspo.
Super long, platinum silver Cher hair
If the whole Kardashian family went blonde, you know that blonde is going to be a thing in 2018. If you don't already have long hair, this look can easily be achieved by clipping in extensions.
Au natural curls
2017 has been a huge year for the theme of inclusivity in the beauty industry (about time), and it's going to be even bigger in 2018. If you have naturally luscious, curly hair, keep it that way! Instead of using a brush, you can enhance the look of your curls by running your hair through with your fingers or a 3-in-1 pick.
Bring back the barrettes
Remember those little hair clips you used to put in your hair as a little girl? Yup, they're back. Spotted on Versace's SS18 runway show, models were seen sporting trendy barrettes just above the ear. Time to dig out that old accessory box of yours.
Dirty blond with deep roots
With A-listers like Selena Gomez and Lily Collins setting the trend for dirty and distressed blond hair, seems like this look will be taking off in the new year. The trick is to ask for a warmer blonde shade with dark roots.
Tousled wet hair
If you're lazy AF like me, this hair trend is going to be your everything. Keep your hair wet and tousled straight out of the shower and don't even bother combing it through because the loose textures will give the wet hair that little extra somethin' somethin'.
Low ponytail scrunchie
For all your 90's enthusiasts, you're going you to love this trend. The scrunchie is making a comeback but with a modern twist. Keep the look cool and relaxed with a loose and low ponytail.
Bangs are going to be huge next year. The curtain bang is a soft, peicey, texture, and just a little swept to the side fringe that stops just passed the brows. Think cute meets IDGAF.
If the super long Cher hair is too high-maintenance for you, but you're also not ready for a super short bob then the mid-length hair trend might be the one for you. It's just long enough that you can still feel feminine, but just short enough to say, "I don't care what you think."
Unleash your inner grade school girl when you used to braid up your hair whilst sitting on a bumpy car ride to school. That's the idea for the messy braid - a cute, low maintenance look.
Short, jaw-line hair cut
Tons of huge celebs like Selena Gomez, Bella Hadid, and Kylie Jenner have all opted for the short, jaw-line hair cut this year. Keeping it cute, cool and casual, liberating themselves from the long hair look. If you're looking for a huge change this season, the jaw-line cut might just be the one.
Headbands and sweatbands
If you're constantly trying to keep your hair out of your face, this trend will save you. Headbands and sweatbands are coming back in style in all shapes and sizes - whether it be a denim wrap, a printed bandana or a pink jersey band.
Choppy, blunt bangs
Not only will soft curtain bangs be a thing, so will the messy, choppy blunt bangs. Celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin just gave Chrissy Teigen some adorable blunt bangs, and once those two start a trend, you'll probably start seeing them on everyone.