5 Hair Trends to End the Year

November 11, 2022

The future of hair trends is fluid. It’s clear that the looks to end the year are very different from what we are used to: eighties-inspired mullet haircuts, ultra-curly hair, and long hair with curtain bangs will be in demand. As hairdressers, we have to stay up to date with the latest hair techniques and innovations, so let’s take a closer look at the 5 hair trends that will end this year in style.



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This Year’s Fall/Winter Trends 

As we get into autumn, these looks are becoming more prevalent. Let’s get to know the most avant-garde ones that will be requested at salons.

Textured Mullet

Inspired by the iconic ’70s cut, this avant-garde look is back but softer, much more tapered, and with less contrast in the elongated back area. Add short fringed bangs for a more casual look or shave the sides to make it more rock ‘n’ roll. Feel free to create and build looks that will attract more clients to your salon. Texturize the hair with Style Masters™ Creator Memory Spray™ and achieve a fantastic look for your clients.


Long Bob

This is the trendy bob cut par excellence. Fluidity lives in this faux bob’s texture and waves. Use RE/START™ Defining Caring Cream as a cutting lotion to make it easier to achieve this look with the flat cut technique on the sides and the point cut technique on the rest of the hair. Futuristic and very diverse, this hair trend is suitable for virtually everyone. A must this season!


Curtain Bangs

Bangs are the queens of the fall/winter season and the reigning trend is the curtain bang. This fringe that frames any type of face can be done in multiple versions: longer and texturized or shorter but controlled with the help of Style Masters™ Creator Memory Spray™. There’s a curtain bang for everyone who wants to add a little extra style and personality to their look.


Cropped Hair

Shorter haircuts are in high demand in hair salons around the world. The daring to create risky haircuts like the pixie mixed with a mullet is something we see day to day on the catwalk of life. Plus, cropped hair is a style that works for all textures and hair types, from the curliest to the finest and most delicate. Dive into the cropped haircut and create wonderful styles, without forgetting to use Style Masters™ Must-haves Photo Finisher™ on those where you create bangs and pronounced sideburns that require extra hold.



This is a classic trend for finer hair that wants to gain volume and texture. With a length that its name indicates (to the collarbone), you can create almost invisible layers to give incredible movement to the hair. Combined with a Balayage touch, you will get hair to grow and look stronger, thicker, and enhanced. Take care of these highlights with RE/START COLOR Strengthening Purple Cleanser for multidimensional color and healthy, bouncy, shiny hair.


Tips for Updating Your Clients’ Hair

Before starting to perform a cut on a client, you must have a conversation to find out what they want and to get to know the person you are going to be working on. Offering them something to drink and seating them in a comfortable place is the best way to make them feel at home and confident in what you are going to do. Let’s take a look at the best tips to improve your clientele’s manes.

Face Shapes

From oval faces that accept all types of haircuts to round faces that prefer high volume bobs to square faces that are best suited to layered cuts with curtain bangs, you need to know all face shapes and the cuts that best suit them. A prepared hairdresser is worth their weight in gold!

Pay Attention to the Hair Type

It is vital that you know at a glance what type of hair you are dealing with so that you can recommend the best haircut for each person.


Hair Routine

A person who has time in the morning to style their hair is not the same as someone who has 5 minutes to get ready. Everyone has their own time frame and the hairstyle and cut should reflect this. Be smart and, before cutting, ask about your client’s routine. This will help you get their new look right.

Current State of the Hair and Final Goal

It is very important that you analyze the hair that comes into the salon. This analysis plus what the person would like to achieve plus your professional knowledge will create the best results. Talking before cutting is fundamental.



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Now that you have seen the main trends for this fall and winter, discover some more in our post on the best long hair hairstyles in 2022. With our Style Masters™ range, you can add the final touches to all these looks and make them last all day long. You can buy this line and many more in our online store, Revlon Pro Shop. If you are already a customer, you can also access to our educational platform, #AlwaysOn. Give new life to your clients’ hair with the above mentioned trends!


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