These edgy, quirky and wavy shoulder length hairstyles are for fashionists who unmistakable Appreciate style! The cuts in today’s gallery show new trends in wavy long hairstyles, away from conventional ideas. The colors are fresh and unusual, with some fabulous, experimental combinations by talented colorists! So, if you find your current hairstyle boring – maybe you will find an exciting, new idea here!
Shaggy wavy shoulder-length hairstyles – hazelnut roots & beige ombré
This very modern look has evolved beyond the stereo-typed long, blonde and wavy hairstyle to offer something totally fresh and original! The light brown roots avoid the usual dark color, so you will immediately see that this is a trendy new look. And masterfully blended gold-beige blonde Ombré, will be a skin-flattering creamy-beige hue before turning back to golden beige at the tips. The shaggy, textured lace is very edgy, but soft colors and a hint of pink on the creamy middle section create an amazing creative contrast!
Light copper on defined turns – wavy shoulder-length hairstyles
This shoulder length haircut is good for medium and fine hair, as it gives the long hair a lot of volume and color depth. The shape is a long, reversed bob with a cleverly “ragged” baseline created with ruffled half waves and curves. The base color is dark brown, brought to life with coppery Balayage-Ombré. There are also a few ash-brown lights. And the result is a trendy, thicker hairdo that is easy to care and cute.
Chaotic ‘half finished’ Bob with waves and pointed tips – wavy shoulder-length hairstyles
Here’s a messy bob with ‘shaggy’ chopped finish along the bottom line, showing it’s an ‘alternative’ fashion style. Soft, golden head waves at the front indicate a pretty, female inverted bob. But if you look at the uneven bottom edge, the heavily textured tips and the dropped out waves, this is definitely not a soft, girlish haircut! It’s another fabulous fusion idea that balances the choppy finish of a wonderfully chaotic look with beautiful nuances of soft beige, gold and honey blonde balayage!
Copper-Orange & Blonde Balayage – wavy shoulder-length hairstyles
The recent trend for adding blond balayage to natural copper / ginger hair is a completely new color combination that has never been used before. And yet, when you see how much extra texture, movement and sheer “ease” blonde highlights add to this modern bob, ask yourself why! In the past, natural copper hair was thought of as a light shade that really did not need any extra color. But the edged neck, the bent bends and the wavy layers of this fabulous trend-setting bob deserve to be highlighted!
‘Urban decay’ red, white and blue-gray balayage – wavy shoulder-length hairstyles
There are so many special fashion styles these days, the mainstream hairstyles just can not match with everyone! Fortunately, creative hair designers can tailor the cut and color of modern hairstyles to fit in with all fashion styles. The image of “urban decay” created here with balayage in monotonous ash-blond, faded red, gray and blue on Auburn roots is a post-apocalyptic look! The colors suggest rusty beams, faded facades and burned out buildings in rundown neighborhoods – this colorist is a true “artist”!
Vertical light pink pepper-based highlights
This subtle hue of Auburn is another popular new color this season for women with warm skin undertones. It’s a great alternative to cool, ash gadgets and a stylish way to swap a natural shade, such as mousey-brown or dark-blonde, for a very attractive new color. Warm blonde balayage in several complementary shades creates a beautiful texture and movement in a fairly straight style. And just a touch of pink around the face and laces accentuates the soft waves and the uneven, uneven peaks!
Faded neutral blonde on dark blonde wavy A-line Bob
This hair color design started out as a few, vertical highlights that should look like one naturally sun-bleached effect! No one would know that you brighten a salon and would consider yourself a totally “natural” blonde. LOL! Two decades later, it is now unfashionable to have natural hair without Balayage or Ombré! So you can keep your mousey / dirty blond roots and show the beige balayage and the neutral blonde Ombré with pride! This shade is a good choice if Aschblond is too cold for your pale skin with warm tones.
Bright and lively mid-blonde inverted bob with dual ombré balayage
Ash-blonde shades are not always the most flattering color when you’re over 40 years old. I mean, if they were, we would not spend a fortune every year to cover our graying hair, would we? I’m glad to see that the face is flattering, mean blond is still a popular choice on modern, messy bob haircuts. Do not ask for too light a shade as blonde hair colors often get lighter in the weeks following bleach treatment. And remember that mid-gold blonde never went out of fashion!
Iridescent coral, copper & pink-blonde ruffled long bob
Here’s a funky, playful hair color idea based on the fresh look of blended copper and pink. What I find most appealing here is that the colorist softened the colors by using the season no. 1 color, beige! In the past, she was considered a boring fashion color, but has always been popular with noble women. Anyway, instead of acting like a naughty DIY hair color experiment, this is a classy shoulder length haircut full of youthful style!
Blonde 3-D balayage on a warm, brunette shag-cut bob
Even if yours natural hair color dark brown, you can enjoy the fun of getting blonde with this twist on the popular inverted bob! This is a centered version that looks best on an oval face. Angled shafts and highly textured tips create a loose, shaggy finish for a confident image. The spiky texture is framed by fabulous waves on the face, which are expertly highlighted to set blonde accents on the eyes and lips. It’s a great mix for a picture that conveys trust, modernity and style!