Here are 6 essential haircuts and hairstyles for women for spring and summer

During the beautiful 2022 season, curly hair can leave itself to all fantasies. Because the spring-summer hairstyle trends attest to it: Fashion is all about boldness, abandon, and prejudice. From the octopus haircut (octopus hair), which dazzles young women on social networks, to the bottleneck explosion (literally “bottleneck pop”) seen during Fashion Week, the cuts at Vogue give place to luxury and rudeness.

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No need, however, to indulge in eccentricity to be fashionable. If the winds of freedom blow well deep within us, it is only possible to allow the breeze to penetrate there.

Curly Hairstyle Trends Spring/Summer 2022

Do you bring a cool grunge spirit to a haircut weighed down by beautiful braids? A boyish, wavy haircut twist with a supposedly wet look? Richly highlighting curly hair, giving it an extraordinary volume? Here are some of the ways hairstylists have discovered in their Spring-Summer 2022 collections. Here is a selection of photos, dedicated to both short haircuts and long hair.

breakout style

  • for whom ? Wavy or curly hair.
  • for what length? Medium to long hair.

The tradition of shaggy hair (or shaggy hair) continues. Fiercely trendy for several seasons, it combines different levels of length, sometimes layered in an extreme way, to create a tousled look and a new grunge style. Whether worn on long hair or above the collarbone (collarbone), the Shag look is especially suitable for curly hair.


© Eleven Australia

Curly hair cut by Stéphane Macquarie.
© Stephen McQuire

Shaggy Wavy Hair by Jean-Louis David.
© Jean-Louis David

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curly box

  • for whom ? Wavy or curly hair.
  • for what length? Chin hair length to medium length.

This spring and summer, the short bob is on everyone’s mind. Especially suitable hairstyle for long faces, the volumes of which are rebalanced. Round faces will prefer the long square, which accentuates them the most.

On the styling side, the square is just as flattering on fine hair as curly. So, to our scissors!

Curled Square by Franck Provost.
© Frank Provost

Short curly square from Saint Algue.
© Saint Alge

The short box curled by Franck Provost.
© Frank Provost

Size XXL

  • for whom ? Thick curly or curly hair.
  • for what length? long hair

A room for relaxation. This season, long curly and curly hair is especially magnified by hairdressers. From roots to ends, they showcase an XXL volume that covers the face with a crown of lush curls.

Franck Provost's volume curly hair.
© Frank Provost

Curly Hair in Volume by Jean-Louis David.
© Jean-Louis David

Curly hair the size of Fabio Salsa.
© Fabio Salsa

glamorous lengths

  • for whom ? Wavy or wavy hair.
  • for what length? long hair.

Elegance and wiser than other looks of the season, the sparkly lengths are in the spotlight. The bad news for fans of quick hairstyles, they need to work to show the sophistication necessary to their success. Our best allies for fun curls? Straighteners, rollers, rollers and even wipes.

The Wavy Lengths of Eugene Perma.
© Eugene Berma

Glamorous lengths from Franck Provost.
© Frank Provost

Curled Lengths by Camille Albany.
© Camille Albany

mini braids

  • for whom ? Wavy, curly or curly hair
  • for what length? Medium to long hair.

While it’s hard to pull off small braids when a pixie cut, they can be adapted to many lengths, from medium to extra long. The ’90s baby braids – two thin braids framing the face – to sticky little braids, give a graceful freshness to all faces.

Micro braids on curly hair by Saint Algue.
© Saint Alge

Braids on curly hair by Dessange.
© Daesang

Micro braids on curly hair by Saint Algue.
© Saint Alge

wet look

  • for whom ? Wavy, curly or curly hair.
  • for what length? Short, medium or long hair.

The wet look itself also calls for a short, curly cut like a long, wavy hairstyle. Suitable for both fine and thick hair, beginners can hit the “back from the beach” end, as long as they use a styling product specifically formulated for it.

The Wet Look on Wavy Hair - Jean-Louis David.
© Jean-Louis David

Curly hair back from the beach by Stéphane Macquaire.
© Stephen McQuire

Wet and wavy hair by Jean-Louis David.
© Jean-Louis David

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