Hairstyle Trends For 2021

Ruby Mane Hair Boutique In Farnham Predicts The Top Hairstyles For 2021

After such a long time in lockdown you may be noticing some changes in your hair.  Perhaps the ends are a little wispy, the layers are too long and your much-loved short hairstyle is turning into a mid-length look!

Do not despair, as soon as our Farnham hair salon is allowed to open, we can book you all in for a wonderful cut and finish (and even some colour if you fancy that too!).  Don’t forget to put your name on our appointment list so we can get you booked in ASAP.

While we always look to create a hairstyle that you desire and which flatters your facial features and sense of style, we also know there are many who want to follow the latest trends. We predict 2021 will be a year of experimentation when it comes to our hair. That may mean a change in colour or cut… after the year we’ve all had, we deserve it!

So, onto our hairstyle predictions…

shaggy layered hair trend ruby mane hair salon in farnham surreyShaggy Hairstyles

By adding in some layers and using the right products, we can create an on-trend shaggy hairstyle for you. 

We’re not talking that ‘just got out of bed and my hair is sticking up all over the place look’… this hairstyle will add volume and give you flattering layers in all the right places. 

Plus, if you want to slick it back and tame your layers, you can do that too. Two looks in one hairstyle!


eyelash skimming fringes at ruby mane hair salon farnham surrey1960s Fringes

Maybe it’s because our fringes have grown during lockdown, but we reckon we’ll see more people embracing eyelash grazing fringes with a nod to the hairstyles of the 1960s.

Adding a fringe to your hairstyle is a great way to refresh your hairstyle if you don’t want to lose any length from your locks.

We can create all sorts of looks including side-sweeping 1970s inspired fringes and super short micro fringes. 

Book in for a consultation so we can discuss some looks that would suit you.

short edgy pixie cuts top hairdressers in farnham surreyShort Edgy Haircuts

We have no doubt there will be some people who are completely fed up with their hair during lockdown.

If you are looking for a transformation, we can find a short hairstyle that suits your facial features. 

Ruby Mane predicts a rise in short edgy haircuts which are longer on top so you can add height.  To achieve this, you simply need to know the best way to blow-dry your hair, and add the right hair product.

Your Ruby Mane stylist will show you how to get the look and can also recommend hair products for your hairstyle and hair type. 

Hairstyles Trends 2021 at Ruby Mane Hair Boutique in Farnham SurreyWavy Hairstyles For 2021

Some women wear their hair at mid-length because they have a longer face shape and know that this is one of the few hairstyles that truly suits them.

If this sounds like you, you may find that your longer hair length during lockdown is simply not as flattering as it should be.

We recommend you try adding some waves to your hair. This will raise the hair so it looks mid-length and will also add volume to create a better balance. 

Then, as soon as we are open, book your appointment and we can get your hair looking gorgeous again.


Join The Appointment List At Ruby Mane Hair Boutique In Farnham

If you would like a hair appointment when we re-open, please join our appointment list.  We will then contact you to book you in, as soon as the Government allows salons to open again.









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