Getting a Buzz Cut Is a Major Power Move, Which Makes It the Perfect Spring Trend For the Bold
It's wild how much we take the little luxuries like getting a haircut or mani-pedi for granted — we don't notice how much it affects us and our overall mood until we can't do it. Even with the recent reopening of hair salons after the hiatus earlier this year, we still haven't fully resumed business as usual. That's why this Spring's haircut trends are being dominated by simple, uncomplicated styles that require little-to-no upkeep — and it doesn't get more uncomplicated than a buzz cut.
"With not being able to get to salons frequently, most people will opt for cuts that look fly without the commitment of major upkeep," said Larry Sims, celebrity hairstylist and cofounder of Flawless by Gabrielle Union, adding that buzz cuts are among the lowest-maintenance options out there. "As we've adapted to our new 'normal,' people are wanting to use this time to get rid of damaged hair and old energy. Cutting it all off feels fresh and new."
Think about it this way: if a simple trim can leave you feeling so weightless and renewed, just imagine how you'll feel after getting a buzz cut. It doesn't require regular touchups at the salon, and even if it does grow out too much, you can do what Bruce Willis did for his daughter Tallulah and shave it off at home. If you're still on the fence about this fall haircut trend, allow the buzz-cut ideas ahead to change your mind.