The Mom Haircut Is Trending: Here’s How to Make it Cool
Your mom's signature 'do. But make it fashion.
Thanks to some of our favorite, trend-setting red carpet regulars, the mom haircut is back and it’s making a statement. These cropped styles we’re seeing all over the award show scene are the ones you’ve most often seen on reality TV moms and your next door neighbor, Sue, as she peeks over the fence to catch the latest gossip. Not exactly rockstar material… until now. Like most trends, the mom haircut is all about the styling. Grab these key products and your fiercest eyeliner and learn how to make this used-to-be-tired trend work for you:
The Mom Haircut Is Trending
Whether you’re diving in deep and going for a full mom-approved pixie or you’re looking into a chin-length variation, the cool factor will come into play in the way you style your fresh cut. Arming yourself with the right hair products will take the mom haircut from grocery store chic to fashion week-ready in no time.
Keep the edges of your style neat and tidy for an intentional look that airs on the side of high fashion by running Suave Professionals Sleek Anti-Frizz Smooth & Shine Cream through the ends of your hair. Formulated with silk protein and Vitamin E, this shine cream will leaven your hair sleek and frizz-free. It’s a sure way to move from haphazard to styled in seconds.
Add body and definition to your entire style by spritzing your strands with Bed Head by TIGI Beach Me Wave Defining Gel Mist. Created to give your hair that extra oomph that’s effective all day long, this gel spray is a unique consistency that’s built to work hard. A quick spray of this will keep your style defined for hours.
Lastly, if you’re the kind of girl who likes a little extra insurance in the hair department, you’re not alone. Finish your mom hairstyle with a mist of TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist Hairspray Extend Hold Level 4. This hairspray will give your hair that extra hold you’re looking for and will make sure your style stays looking cool and fresh long after you leave the house.