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Trending & Practical Hairstyle to Try for your Post-Lockdown Makeover

Trending & Practical Hairstyle to Try for your Post-Lockdown Makeover

By Sushmita Mathur

Salons are reopening as lockdown restrictions are being relaxed across the country, bringing an end to the long wait to get ourselves groomed professionally. While many took upon the self-grooming challenge during the lockdown, not all at-home haircuts turned out to be the best. Now, it is time to let the experts do their job and bring our hair back to life.

Here are some hairstyles you can choose from, for your post-lockdown makeover.  

The Long Bob
The Lob is a major mood this season. If chopping it all off is not on your style board, try this stylish take on the classical bob cut, with shoulder-grazing length in the front. It’s trendy yet practical too and can be easily styled for every day looks.

Layers to the rescue!
If you are trying to save your hair from a at-home haircut disaster, layers might just be the easiest solution right now — especially in case of fringes gone wrong. The hairdresser could part your bangs sideways to blend it with a layered cut that would easily solve the problem. Moreover, layers suit almost all face shapes.

One-Length
It’s the year of one-length hair and what better time than to jump on the bandwagon early and treat your hair to a sharp new look, after all it has gone through during the lockdown period. It’s low maintenance and trendy at the same time — best to limit your salon visits this year, right?

Feathered
Another remedy to lockdown haircut experiments gone wrong – the feathered cut adds texture to your tresses, giving it more volume for a bouncy look. You can go as short as your hair needs to recover from any damage caused due to at-home haircuts or otherwise.

Chop it Off
This should be the one-stop solution for any hair disaster – be it self-inflicted or caused due to the lack of professional help for months. If you think if your hair has taken more than it can handle, chop it off for a bob or undercut and let it breathe while it grows back healthier.