New year, new you! Whether you're heading to the office every day or want to look hot enough to admire yourself every time you pass a mirror, a new haircut for the new year is the way to go. Before you head to Johnny Rodriguez The Salon® in the Dallas and Plano, check out this year's hottest short hairstyles of 2022 to narrow down what might work best for your hair.
This year, it's all about chopping off that long hair... that is, if you're brave enough to try one of these short hairstyles 2022. Johnny Rodriguez The Salon® is helping women find their faces by creating short, fun hairstyles that leave them feeling fresh, young, and ready to take on the world.
If you feel like your fine hair is falling flat, try adding some layers. Adding layered texture starting midway down the hair helps you build up volume and create the illusion that your hair is thicker and fuller. A few minutes with a wide-barreled curling wand and some volumizing product in the morning, and you'll be looking amazing all day.
Short styles are in, but there are still plenty of trends you can follow if you prefer to keep your hair's length. Retro hairstyles are back, and that includes hair up to the sky. Remember the popular beehive of the '60s? It's back and ready to rock in 2022. A blunt cut and straight hair look best for this type of style. Moisturized hair is the key, so start with a hair mask, then dry straight, adding volumizing products at the roots. Sleek it back with a headband, and you'll look like you just stepped out of "The Mod Squad." Add some versatility to it with curtain bangs that add depth but are long enough to pull back and create variety.
Want something that's not too short but not too long? The '90s loved the mid-length bob, and the 2020s are realizing just how versatile the style is. Need proof? Just check out Kourtney Kardashian's latest cut and style. The key to the mid-length bob is to style it properly. You'll need a holding spray to add texture and definition to your hair. Heat protectant will keep the style from getting frizzy throughout the day, and you can give yourself beachy waves with a texturizing spray. Don't be afraid to rock a center part, either. All the cool kids are!
There are plenty of styles out there for straight and wavy hair, but curly girls need love, too, and they'll find it if they get a sassy shag. Full hair around the crown adds texture and volume, while thinner strands at the ends make hair feel less weighted down and keep curls bouncy. Popular since the '70s, this retro style is super easy to style. Add a texturizing product, twist your curls while they're still damp, blow-dry the twists, then shake them out and go.
Another mid-length style that's taking the world by storm in 2022 is the blunt lob that stops right at the collarbone. Whether you wear it straight or curly, this flattering cut looks good on any face shape and with any type of hair. Just remember, volume is the key this year, so be sure to tease those roots!
Everyone needs to spice up their style with a few accessories from time to time. There are plenty of trendy options to try with your new short hairstyle in 2022 from Johnny Rodriguez The Salon® in Plano and Dallas.
Pearls - This year is all about timeless elegance, from pearl-adorned headbands to barrettes dressed in pearls. A pearl headband is great for the office, and a single barrette above a chignon creates a sophisticated evening look.
Logo Barrettes - These barrettes are big in 2022. From Gucci to Coco Chanel, showing off your favorite designers is in.
Butterflies -The butterfly clips of the '90s received an elegant upgrade for 2022. Sophisticated gold barrettes or even butterflies made of pearls are a beautiful way to show off your new style.
Scarves - Scarves of all sizes, colors, and patterns are hot this year. Are you having a bad hair day? Just wrap it up and go!
Are you ready to try one of the short hairstyles of 2022? Let the best take care of you. Contact Johnny Rodriguez The Salon® to schedule your appointment with a stylist in the Dallas and Plano area.
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