9 Winter 2022 Hair Trends You Need to Know About

Winter is the perfect time to experiment with your hair–whether it's a new color, cut or style.

But what should you do? If you're sick and tired of your locks, now is the time to switch things up. Below, we've compiled a list of the top nine winter hair trends to look out for (and try yourself!) this year!

1. Copper Red

Copper red is the color of the season, and we think we'll be seeing lots more people turning to the bold hue.

 

2. French Twists

With holiday parties seemingly every other day, it should come as no surprise that French twists are about to make a major comeback.

 

Also read about: 8 Nail Trends to Look Out for This Winter

 

3. Honey Brown

Honey brown is a sweet hue for those looking for a low-maintenance color. It's easy to upkeep and looks simply stunning.

 

4. Curtain Bangs

Curtain bangs aren't going anywhere anytime soon! The classic style is here to stay all winter long.

 

5. Bright Blonde

Bright blonde is another color we're going to be seeing a lot of this winter. Think Scandinavian vibes!

 

Also read about: 20 Picture-Perfect Instagram Captions for All of Your Cold Weather Pics

 

6. Lots of Layers

Thanks to it-girls like Matilda Djerf, layers are going to continue to be all the rage this winter. The more layers, the better!

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7. Strawberry Highlights

If you're not quite ready to go full-on copper red, we think the next best thing is opting for strawberry highlights. They're beautiful and unique.

 

8. Bows

With the holiday season upon us, bows are going to be all over the place— especially in our hair. From oversized bows to small details, they are going to be the accessory of the season.

 

Also read about: 36 Frosty To-Dos to Add to Your Winter Bucket List

 

9. Dark Brown

Rich, dark, espresso brown is another color to look out for this winter. It's a captivating color that we think a lot of people are going to turn to.

 

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