There is a lot to look forward to in 2022: the Winter Olympics, Legally Blonde 3, it...not being 2021 anymore. But there are also several exciting beauty trends on the rise, particularly when it comes to hair. From bold new hues to of-the-moment cuts, we're already spotting some of the looks that are sure to take over in 2022. Read on for ten haircut, color, and styling trends to be keep an eye out for, including the tasteful return of the side bang.
A color-depositing conditioner can give you a new hue in about 20 minutes, although results will vary depending on your starting shade.
This silicone-free oil adds lightweight shine and gloss to hair without weighing it down. Use it to finish a look like Turner-Smith's or on wet hair before you style.
Going grey has always been a sign of aging beautifully, and since the pandemic, more and more women are choosing to forgo that trip to the colorist. Case in point: Andie McDowell, who showed off her natural look on the red carpet.
This strengthening, antioxidant-rich shampoo is formulated just for grey and white hair.
If former bleach blondes Billie Eilish and Katy Perry are any indication, dark brunette hair might just be the new platinum.
Preserve deep color (real or otherwise) with this shampoo made with primrose oil and real cocoa.
This year is all about hair so shiny you can practically see your reflection, like Cindy Bruna’s.
Dyson’s straightening iron achieves the ultra-smooth look at a lower heat level, with zero frizz—plus, it’s cordless.
With the right cut, a little dry texture spray is all you need.
This isn’t your middle school side bang. For the 2022 take, take a cue from Megan Thee Stallion and incorporate volume for a glam—not flat—look that frames the face.
Blow out side bangs with a ceramic round brush for optimum shape and shine.
This frizz-fighting styling cream protects against heat damage and won’t weigh down finer hair types.
A blowout brush like this one from T3 can help achieve the wavy, I-just-came-from-the-salon look at home. It comes with interchangeable brushes for easy styling, too.
The latest take on the timeless topknot has loose ends—in a good way. Try a look like Madelyn Cline’s for your next wedding or evening affair.
U-shaped pins help keep the look in place, and are easier to use than bobby pins.