Retro, balayage and contour haircuts. Artificial intelligence predicted the most fashionable hairstyles of 2024
The possibilities of artificial intelligence are both exciting and frightening. Not only can it generate texts, draw pictures, analyze data and much more, but it can also predict the future. At least in the fashion industry. For example, experts from cosmetics company Millies used the capabilities of ChatGPT and Bard, asking them to predict the most fashionable hairstyles of 2024. The results were quite accurate.
The British edition of Glamour published the recommendations of artificial intelligence regarding haircuts, which you should pay attention to now, if you want to be at the peak of trends. The ideal option for themselves will find owners of long locks, as well as supporters of short hair.
Instead of a universal approach to picking hairstyles, trends are becoming more personalized and taking into account bone structure, face type and body features. According to Bard Chat, contouring haircuts will make a big difference. "This technique aims to create a comfortable hairstyle shape. The stylist uses layers and angles to create a look that emphasizes your features," the post says. And ChatGPT supports this theory, adding that "customized hair care and styling solutions tailored to individual needs and preferences may gain popularity."
Hailey Bieber-inspired bob
There's no denying Hailey Bieber's influence on beauty trends. The model and wife of Justin Bieber helped popularize glazed donut nails, strawberry-inspired makeup, and now her soft-straight bob cut is making many of us reconsider our hair length. "It's a sleek, modern take on the classic bob. A great option for people with medium to long hair, and it can be styled in many different ways," the artificial intelligence assures.
Short layered haircuts
Over the past couple years, more hybrid variations of short hairstyles have emerged, including the bixie (bob-pixie cut), mixie (mullet-pixie cut) and cube cut (short shaggy haircut). "Short hair is definitely on trend in 2024, and layered haircuts will add volume and texture. This is a great option for people with fine hair as it will help add volume," says ChatGPT.
We can thank bygone decades for giving us shaggy ponytail hairstyles, Rachel haircuts and bangs-curls are still the dominant hairstyle trends, and according to Artificial Intelligence, this trend will continue into next year. "Fashion and beauty trends are often cyclical, so we may see a revival of hairstyles of the past with a modern twist. "Rachel 2.0" This iconic Jennifer Aniston haircut from the TV series Friends is making a comeback in 2024," the AI tells Fashionista.
For those looking for a softer approach to styling, "butterfly layers" have been gaining popularity over the past year, and the trend continues. These layers are longer and rounder than traditional layers and create a soft, feminine look. It's a great way to add movement and volume to long hair.
And finally, another timeless trend that is back on the trend list is balayage. This beautiful and low-maintenance coloring technique is so simple that fashionistas all over the world are not going to give it up. Balayage creates a natural sun tan effect on the hair. It is a great way to add volume and depth to your hair color.
Earlier OBOZREVATEL wrote about the three best haircuts for women 50+. Stylists invented a way to give volume and "revitalize" the hair.