13 experts reveal the statement of hair trends that will be huge this summer

With summer finally here for millions of us and COVID-19 restrictions slowly set to ease in parts of the world, now is a great time to think about updating your look. The first place to start? These interlocking locks.

Always wanted to try bangs but never felt daring enough to do it? Well, now is the perfect time—Game of thrones Star Sophie Turner certainly thinks so with her blunt bangs. If you’re looking for something a little more dramatic, consider the mullet, as seen on model Ella Emhoff, or something even shorter like the pixie cut, recently launched by Rihanna.

And then you have to think about the color. Will these be highlights, as Evanie Frausto recently created for Bella Hadid? Or a head full of hot, creamy locks like Billie Eilish revealed on the cover of British Vogue. The world is your shell.

Vogue asks experts to predict the best hair trends and their biggest inspirations for summer 2021.

Sam McKnight is a famous British hairdresser and the mastermind behind The short and elegant cut of Princess Diana in the 1990s. With a career spanning more than five decades, McKnight has worked on countless runway shows, editorials and campaigns for clients such as Fendi, Chanel, Balmain and Tom Ford.

“I would say a fresh face from the 1970s [British actor] Charlotte Rampling. Bright sunny movement, but with a fullness of youth. We’ll see adult bobs with a nod to the 1990s, but with a modern finish. People will go for soft layers framing the face, with feathery bangs that can be swept to either side or in a mid parting for barely there texture.

Charlotte Rampling photographed in 1974.Alain Dejean

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