The Best Haircut Trends Of The Year To Inspire Your Next Look

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Let's be real, one of the most stressful parts of going to the salon is trying to decide on the perfect haircut. It can be overwhelming and daunting, but don't worry - we have you covered! Thanks to the incredible Jamie Caruso of Salon Lusso in Naples, you'll be strutting out of that salon feeling like a million bucks. Get ready to check out the hottest haircut trends of 2023 - these styles only scream good hair days.

Voluminous Layers and Texture

Layers are all about removing weight from your hair, which creates movement, depth, and incredible volume. By adding lots of texture, you can achieve that tousled, natural, and sexy wash-and-go look that's so popular right now.

Shaggy Lob

Shaggy Lob is a must this year. This hairstyle combines the layers and texture of a shag haircut with the length of a bob. It is a versatile and trendy style that can be customized to suit different face shapes and hair types.

Very Long Layers with Length

A hairstyle that is both edgy and feminine. This look is achieved by keeping the crown of the hair heavily layered like a shag, while maintaining length in the rest of the hair. To add some extra flair, a piecey fringe can be added to frame the face.


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Butterfly Cut

The butterfly cut is a classic hairstyle that is all about creating lots of volume and face-framing layers. This style is perfect for those who want a bold and dramatic look that is full of movement and texture.

Wolf Cut

The wolf cut is a newer trend that is similar to the butterfly cut, but with much shorter face-framing layers. This style is all about creating a messy and edgy look that is full of texture and movement.

70’s Retro Shags

Embrace your inner 70s icon with the latest trend in hairstyles - the 70s retro shag! This look is all about channeling the iconic styles of Farrah Fawcett and Goldie Hawn, with their voluminous, feathered layers and bangs.

Super Heavy Fringe with Lots of Texture

Creating a statement with your hair has never been made easier. The key to achieving this look is to have a very thick and heavy fringe that falls just above the eyebrows. This will frame your face and create a dramatic effect.

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