Trends in hairstyles can vary dramatically based on season and time. For Spring 2015, Harper's Bazaar states that long hair is back in style, whether worn in loose boho waves or slicked into long ponytails. Other looks include long braids and twists, big buns, and lightly gelled hair.
The top hairstyles for women in 2015 are longer than in previous years and include styles such as long Bohemian waves and pixie cuts with extra length on top. Men's top hairstyles are generally shorter on the sides, but long enough on top for styling with products such as pomade.
The pixie and the bob are the most popular short and easy hairstyles. The cutest and easiest short hairstyles incorporate texture, which can come from the hair's natural texture or through a particular cutting technique.
Some short hairstyles for women include the Emma and the Alice, variations of the bob and pixie cuts. A bob cut is meant to outline the wearer's jaw line, while a pixie cut is a much shorter version with layers of bangs to focus the attention on the face.
Boys' hairstyles include a short layer cut and a wavy pompadour, while girls' hairstyles include a braided side part and long layers with a side part. Another option for a long layered style is tying the hair back.
Some examples of Indian hairstyles include buns, plaits, braids, loose waves, curls, up-dos and half-up half-down styles. Each can be customized to fit the wearer's tastes and outfits.
Hairstyles that are good for a wedding include various braid styles, a chignon, a French twist, a top knot and loose waves. Appropriate wedding hairstyles depend on dress style, face shape and hair texture.
Choosing the right short hairstyle for women is mainly about choosing a style that compliments their particular face shape and hair texture, according to About Style. Short hair is often desired because it requires less maintenance.
Braided hairstyles include a French braid, a Dutch braid, a rope braid and a fishtail braid, according to Cosmopolitan. These braids can be worn in different ways to create unique and intricate hairdos.
Some up-do bridal hairstyles are the chignon, the ballerina bun and the braid. Many brides choose to leave their hair down in loose waves and curls or prefer to style their hair in a half-up half-down do.