17x New Assymetrical Hairstyles To Love

We’ve always been a fan of short hair. You’ll look younger, and it’s easier to maintain than long hair. However, we’re seeing a trend toward longer styles that are just as easy to style—and even easier to wash! Here are some of our favorite new hairstyles for 2023
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The long bob

The long bob is a great hairstyle for women with fine hair. It’s a timeless classic and easy to style, so you can simply sweep your locks back into place. This look is also perfect for those who have curly hair, as it will give you plenty of volume at the crown of your head.

The lob with bangs

The lob with bangs is a great option for those who want to grow their hair out and still have something short. The lob is a long bob, usually with bangs that can be worn straight or wavy.

If you’re looking for a new hairstyle but don’t want anything too dramatic, this is an excellent choice because it can be worn in different ways depending on your mood or outfit!

The Crop

The crop is a classic haircut that never gets old. It’s short, sweet and easy to maintain. And if you want to change up your look without committing to something drastic? This is the perfect way to do it. Plus, it’s sexy as hell!

The best part about this hairstyle? It looks good on everyone–and we mean everyone! From straight hair types like mine (who’ve been conditioned since birth) right down through curly-haired beauties who can’t help but rock their natural texture every single day (no matter how many times they wash their mane). Crop cuts flatter all face shapes by accentuating features like cheekbones or eyes while minimizing others like jawlines or chins–which means no matter what shape your face happens to be in at any given moment (even if you’re having an off day), there will always be something flattering about this cut!

The Pixie Cut

The pixie cut is a short hairstyle that can be worn by women of all ages and hair types. It’s a good option for those with fine hair, as it doesn’t need to be styled with products or tools like curling irons or flat irons. The pixie has been popular since the 1960s, when actress Audrey Hepburn wore her signature “little girl” look in films like Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961). Today, women who want their hair to look polished but youthful may choose this style as well as celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway.

The pixie cut works best when styled in its natural form–it can be cut unevenly at the ends so they retain some length while still giving off an edgy vibe. You can also grow out your bangs if you’d rather not have them trimmed short!

The Tousled Updo

The tousled updo is a great way to dress up your hair. It works especially well if you have long hair, but can also be done with shorter lengths as well.

To get this look, start by taking all of the hair on one side of your head and pinning it up in an upward direction toward the back of your head (like an upside-down “V”). Then take another section from underneath this first piece and wrap it around the base of your ponytail holder (or elastic). This will give your look some added volume at the bottom while still keeping everything else neat and tidy!

Curly Q’s and Coils

Curly hair can be a bit more challenging to style, but it’s also more fun. Here are some tips for getting the most out of your curly locks:

Use products designed for curly hair. They’ll help tame frizz and keep your curls looking great all day long.

Don’t wash your hair every day–it will dry out your scalp and leave you with less volume than if you were able to let natural oils build up over time (which is what gives us that great “second-day” look). You might even want to try doing an oil treatment at night before bed; this ensures that each strand absorbs as much moisture as possible while still allowing them enough time during sleep hours so they can rest properly before being styled again in the morning!

The best thing about having curly locks is that there are endless possibilities when it comes down how often should one wash their natural texture out? In fact, some women only do so once every few months because they know how damaging frequent washing can be on our scalps – especially when combined with heat styling tools like flat irons/curling irons etcetera…

Afro Puffs and Faux Locs

Afro puffs and faux locs are two styles that can be done with natural hair or extensions.

Afro puffs: This hairstyle is twisted into a small ball, which you can then pin up or leave loose. It’s great for long or short hair and works well with braids or twists, too!

Faux locs: To create this look, simply twist strands of hair together without adding any product like gel or wax. As you continue twisting your entire head of hair into small balls, the result should look like mini versions of traditional cornrows–but without the hassle!

These are hairstyles you’ll love.

They’re easy to style and maintain.

You’ll look younger with these styles, too!


We hope you’ve enjoyed this roundup of our favorite asymmetrical hairstyles. If you’re looking for something new and different, we think these styles are great options!