6 Classic Hairstyles That Will Always Look Good

From Scarlett Johansson’s pixie to Zendaya’s wet look, layered locks, some tried and tested formulas never seem to go out of style

Jenna Ortega.

Hair trends may change with the seasons, but some cuts have truly stood the test of time, becoming timeless classics in the ever-evolving world of hairstyles. The enduring popularity of these classic styles is evident on the red carpet, where celebrities often showcase their preferred cuts, even amidst their occasional bold transformations.

Whether you lean towards the elegance of long, flowing locks, the sophistication of a chic lob, or the audacity of a bold pixie, there’s a signature hairstyle to suit every taste. Regardless of your hair’s unique characteristics—be it type, texture, or face shape—we’ve got you covered.

The beauty of these timeless haircuts lies not just in their enduring appeal, but also in the countless ways you can personalize them. Embrace experimentation with various styling techniques, accessories, and products to create a look that perfectly reflects your individual style.

As you explore the spectrum from short to long, straight to textured, delve into the realm of the six haircuts that will always maintain their stylish status.


Heading out with damp or partially dry hair might be a hurried choice for many, but for celebrities and designers, the wet-hair look is not just a last-minute solution—it’s effortlessly edgy, cool and a perpetually stylish choice that stands the test of time.



This timeless style can be adapted to suit people of all ages, from four-year-olds to 94-year-olds, and everyone in between. The key to achieving a flattering bob lies in choosing the right shape and styling it accordingly.

For a more unique look, you might consider the ‘French bob,’ popularized by Taylor LaShae, featuring a full fringe and blunt, rounded edges that sit at the ears.

Hailey Bieber.


Curtain bangs, a modern take on the iconic 60s and 70s style popularized by Farrah Fawcett, Goldie Hawn, and Brigitte Bardot, have recently taken mainstream culture by storm, closely followed by the trending wolf cut. Also known as a ‘gringe’ (grown-out fringe), this hairstyle features a fringe that parts like a curtain being drawn open, adding a touch of chic charm.

Selena Gomez.


The mullet never goes out of style! It is characterized by its choppy layers, while a short, side-swept bang adds the ideal finishing touch to this stylish and contemporary look.



While it’s exciting to experiment with trendy hairstyles, loose waves that fall gracefully have a timeless appeal that will never fade. With its versatility, this length allows for various styling options, making it a go-to choice that never goes out of fashion.

Gisele Bundchen.


A pixie haircut is a short women’s haircut typically ranging from half an inch to 3 inches in length. This style can be either one-length or cut shorter on the back and sides while leaving the top slightly longer.

The rise of the pixie haircut in popularity can be traced back to the 1950s, following the debut of the beloved film “Roman Holiday,” which showcased Audrey Hepburn’s iconic short hair. In the 1960s, the trend was further popularized by actress Mia Farrow and supermodel Twiggy, who also embraced the chic and daring pixie cut.

Scarlett Johansson.