Classic haircuts are timeless and work best for those with a healthy head of hair.
Although the classic bob, layered shag, short pixie and longer, without bangs, center part hairstyles seem to always make the cut through the decades. These classic hairdos can be given new life by adding bangs or changing up the color.
Other classic hairstyle picks include wild curls with lots of underlying layers for more movement and a lighter feel all over the head. Not a natural curly-locks girl? Go long and sleek with a center part, or add edginess with side swept bangs then maximize the effect with lots of shine and a perfect lobbed bottom trim.
Another hair option in the classic category is lots of waves that appear effortless. This is great for those with medium length hair and those growing out their previous hairstyles and are at an awkward length.
Women who would like to freshen up their hairstyle without changing their preferred classic cut too much can play with bangs of every description. Cut a bold fringe across the forehead, feather light bangs that blend into face-framing longer angles or razor cut side angled bangs into classic length bobs or shorter cropped ‘do’s. Keep an intentional deep side part for a bold and powerful result that demands attention and highlights higher cheekbones.
The most important element of any classic ladies’ hairstyle is to own it. Even small changes, like some underlying layers or switching to a side part, can keep these looks from getting stale through the changing seasons. Invest in good hair products and styling tools to keep your locks looking fabulous anytime.