Wintertime ushers in all kinds of goodies: holiday parties, steaming cups of hot chocolate, chunky boots, and, perhaps, a new haircut. You could switch up your look as the temperatures drop with a cooler-toned hair colour, or you could opt for a little chop (or both, if you’re feeling extra bold).

When you take a peek at the biggest winter 2023 haircut trends, you’ll see that you’ve got some pretty chic options to choose from.

To help you navigate this season’s hottest hair looks here’s the intel on the cuts you’re about to see all over your social media feeds and it-girls’ heads once the puffer coats come out.

Our predictions? Expect lots of front fringe, ’70s-style shag haircuts aren’t going anywhere, bob haircuts still (and forever) have our hearts. And if you’re not looking to cut your hair short, don’t worry — there are options for long-haired girlies.

Whether you’re on the hunt for a dramatic change or simply want to add some inspiration keep scrolling to discover winter 2023 haircut trends that just might motivate you to book an appointment.

“Box” Bobs

Bob haircuts are forever classics, and one version is all about is the “box bob.” Think a short floating bob of sorts that barely clears the nape of the neck. “It elongates the neck and is pretty low maintenance while having a big cool factor playoff; the blunt bob will reign this winter. It suits most people and hair types, after all, “It looks great under a winter hat.”

Pixie Cuts

Another favourite you’re about to see more of is the always adorable pixie haircut. “The pixie has definitely been a hot look for the past few years in the salon. For a revamp on the classic, consider growing out the front fringe and adding some colour (or even extensions).

Front Fringe

Whether opting for hard-to-miss full bangs or soft, blendable curtain bangs, expect to see plenty of front fringe this winter. “Front pieces are a totally in” and Fringe textured bangs are a great winter look,”. The more textured, the better.

70s Shag Cuts

The ’70s will be back in a major way this winter, so unleash your long shag. We’re seeing super heavy bangs and lots of layers. Plus, these cuts look amazing on all hair textures. Also, we’re expecting lots of shag cuts and layers, from the “more soft, tamed wolf cut” and beyond.

Curve Cut

If you’re looking for a less dramatic way refresh longer hair, then consider the classic curve cut. This cut maintains length on long and medium hair while giving fullness to the ends and the illusion of shorter hair from the front depending on how arched the curve is. It’s the perfect way to flatter a narrower face or chin, and on curly or wavy hair, it creates just the right amount of fullness and bounce.