From The Clavicle Cut To 90s Highlights, The Fall 2020 Hair Trends To Try Now
We hate to mention it, but fall is just around the corner. And if you’re eager to try a new look when the seasons change, then we’ve got just the hair trends for you.
South Korea’s Trending ‘Clavicle’ Bob
The bob is the undisputed haircut of 2020, and it seems every celebrity has been going for the chop - including K-pop’s finest. The star of the bob trend though? The Clavicle bob. This collarbone-skimming, choppy, laid back style has proved a hit with K-stars including Blackpink’s Jennie and Lisa. Lazy girls rejoice, these K-pop stars prove that the grown-out bob looks best with minimal styling for an undone look.
Another of our favourite ways to style the clavicle bob, is sharp and pin-straight and sleek, as demonstrated by the heroine Xu Ruizhi in the Korean drama ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’. This look is the definition of sleek, and the straight styling allows for the glossy finish and razor-sharp cut to take centre stage.
In addition to our favourite K-pop stars, Hollywood starlets like Margot Robbie have also been sporting rocking the super blunt clavicle-grazing bob. Robbie often chooses to style this cut in loose waves with lots of undone texture.
The 90s Blonde Tendrils
Another big trend that we’ve been seeing everywhere is the 90s-style blonde tendrils. One of the most unexpected trends of the year, it seems everyone from Dua Lipa to Jennie from Blackpink have been spotted with 90s chunky, face-framing streaks à la Ginger Spice.
The coloured tendrils are actually more flattering than you may think, working to frame your face and add a bit of dimension to a plain haircut. Easy to DIY at home too, it’s no wonder this look has taken on a life of its own on TikTok.