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Laid N’ Slayed: These 8 Hair Trends Will Dominate 2023

Laid N’ Slayed: These 8 Hair Trends Will Dominate 2023

Like everything else in our everyday lives, beauty has been impacted by the tireless attentiveness and effort we’ve had to put into the last several years.

Whether concerned about the pandemic, work, the recession, inflation or any of the other battles we’ve been facing since 2020, our appearance has increasingly become a way for people to combat stress and bring fun back into their lives.

Hairstylists and experts believe 2023’s hair trends will give us the room to continue expressing more of that free-spirited and experimental energy with our hairstyles.

The “effortlessness,” as it relates to our hairstyles, will consist of rocking low-maintenance and go-to hairstyles that still make a statement. As we embrace the “new year, new me” attitude in 2023, how we care for and style our hair will lean into our personal flair.

Trend research, keeping our eyes glued on what’s been popular on social media, and of course, hairstylist expertise, have all helped condense some of the biggest hairstyles and trends for 2023 down below.

’90s Fluffy Blowout Curls



The rise in the usage of hairstyling hot tools for blowouts isn’t going away in 2023.

People will keep on styling their blowouts and silk presses with face-shape-flattering big curls reminiscent of the most effortlessly beautiful ’90s supermodels, but this popular 2023 hair trend is easy to create.

To get the look at home, Revlon’s One-Step Volumizer or the RevAir Reverse Air-Dryer are great tools for blowouts. For styling, the Dyson Air Wrap or Conair’s Hot Rollers can help achieve lightweight and bouncy curls.

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