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9 Ways to Switch Up Your Long Haircut in 2024

An ode to the ’70s shag, this butterfly cut is all about face-framing pieces and layers throughout. “The layers make this style look as if you happen to just flipped your hair,” says James. “A slight twist and drag with a big-barrel iron or flatiron is all it is advisable to enhance volume and to direct the lengths within the flow you desire.”

Hime cut

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Chances are you’ve seen the hime (meaning “princess” in Japanese) haircut trending on TikTok. This style features short, face-framing side pieces that provide a contrast to the remainder of the hair, which is worn long and straight. “It’s known for its distinctive Japanese influence and has gained popularity for its elegant and edgy combination,” says Stolze.

This haircut works best for those with straight or barely wavy hair, Stolze explains: “Smoother hair ensures that the sideburns maintain their shape and fall neatly.”

If you’re hoping to get this cut, Stolze emphasizes the importance of clear communication along with your stylist concerning the length of the perimeters and which parts of your face you wish to accentuate. “Remember that precision cutting is essential to achieving this distinctive look,” she says.

Long boho braids

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Technically, this isn’t a haircut, but “long, bohemian braid style options mirror long haircuts which are free-flowing,” says James. These are feed-in box braids with a wavy or curly twist, installed by weaving natural and textured extensions together. As the hair is braided, random strands are not noted, making a tendril effect.

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