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5 hair trends for spring 2023

Keywords? Volume and bob

5 hair trends for spring 2023 Keywords? Volume and bob

With the new season inevitably comes the urge to renew not only our wardrobe but also our beauty. We change our skincare routine, our make-up and often even our haircut. Industry experts and celebrities advise focusing on volume and soft styling in the coming months, even with the bob, which in all its variations is confirmed as the most popular cut of the year. Those on the fence about whether to chop their locks and go extra long can opt for a hybrid cut like shag or bixie, or just do a little "updo" of the look with fringes. A word of advice? Do not cut them yourself if you do not want to be standing in front of the mirror crying.

Here are 5 hair trends for spring 2023.


Bubble Hair 

Va-va-voom or as we would say, full volume. The hairstyle of the moment is all about voluminous, fluffy hair. Nicknamed Bubble Hair, the trend, which some say even lifts the mood by boosting the wearer's confidence, features curved, soft and full lines reminiscent of the curves of the soap bubble from which they take their name. Updated to 2023, the inspiration comes from the signature hairstyles of the 1960s and 1970s, the Farrah Fawcett hairstyles, which have already become popular again thanks to the 90s blowouts of grunge-era supermodels like Cindy Crawford and Claudia Schiffer. If you want to try these airy curls, arm yourself with a round brush and maxi curlers to help lift and add volume to your locks with the hot spray.



There's no denying it: Bob is having a golden time. Experts offer it in dozens of variations, but the latest one that's already winning over Londoners is called the slob. The haircut, which is a blend of the words slick and bob, comes from the London salon of George Northwood, who also caters to the ever-cool Alexa Chung, and is recognizable by its crisp, clean yet natural lines and bald brow with no quiff or fringe. One of the first to opt for this medium cut, which seems to show off the golden blonde particularly well, was Maria-Olympia of Greece, daughter of Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece, followed by Elsa Hosk.


Italian bob

Its fans include Zendaya, Emily Ratajkowski and actress Simona Tabasco from The White Lotus. The reasons why all these celebrities fell in love with the Italian bob? It's a 60s-inspired, short, wavy, voluminous bob with full, upturned ends that is very versatile. You can opt for straight or slightly wavy curls, but you can also wear a topknot, a 90s baby bang like Emrata and Matilda De Angelis or a long, full fringe with it. This hairstyle can be worn all year round, especially if you are planning a trip to Capri or the Sicilian coast and dream of being an Italian diva like Sophia Loren or Claudia Cardinale.


Curve cut

It's no coincidence that The Rachel, Jennifer Aniston's mid-length, layered bob in Friends, is one of the most popular hair trends ever and is renewed season after season. Its evolution for 2023 is called the Curve Cut or C Shape Cut and combines the flaky structure and texture of the 90s with the softness of the U-Cut, with flakiness in the mid-lengths. TikTok users love it because it's easy to wear and adjust, is hyper-feminine and frames the face with sloping curls that rest on the cheeks, chin and collarbone. If you are undecided between XXL lengths and short bobs, the Curve cut is the right choice for you.


Wispy or curtain bang

As long as you do not opt for DIY, bangs can be the right choice to add a twist to the look. If you are planning to cut it in the next few months, opt for a wispy bang, with a tousled, wavy, ruffled effect that alternates full and empty sections thanks to the frayed curls, adding movement to the cut. Why choose it? Because it's perfect for those who have an oval face or a high forehead and want to accentuate the look. And when the temperatures rise, you can do like Jenna Ortega and make it a curtain bang, in the style of Brigitte Bardot, but also of Kim Kardashian, who uses it to soften her face.