This curved shape makes hair look longer because it looks like it flows easily and without any harsh lines or choppy layers, which can make hair look shorter.
The vintage/punk-rock wolf cut is a mix of a shag and a mullet, with lots of layers that bounce around.
"Korean air bangs are very thin, piecey bangs that have been popular in Korea for the last year or so," says a Los Angeles-based hairdresser.
A cross between a bob and a pixie, "the bixie is more textured than a bob, but not as cropped as a pixie.
Salons have been adding more variations, but the lob is the most famous because you don't have to cut your hair all the way short.
"Hard-to-miss hair" styles, like mullets and shags, will be the most popular at the shop. The octopus style is a good example.
Bottleneck bangs are a new version of curtain bangs with a more feminine look. They are shorter in the middle and longer on the sides.
This spring, one-length, clean, and crisp styles are popular, and the lack of layers makes hair look thicker.