Asian woman curling her hair with hot iron in front of a mirror.

A new year calls for a new look. With 2023 fast approaching, you want to be able to mark a fresh start. One clear way to do that is through your hair! But what if you can’t be bothered to cut it? Perhaps you can’t quite let go of your long tresses in favor of a drastic change or you feel apprehensive about making such a commitment? It’s all right! There are ways to experiment with your hair at home and rock a new ‘do without chopping off your locks.

Here are some of the new year looks you can try that can help you look fresh – minus the snip!

The Side Part Returns

Millennials, rejoice! Despite Gen Z’s pronouncements that , it seems that the hair division that ruled the 2010s is here to stay. Not the voluminous, casual side parts of the’90s, next year’s hair divide takes inspiration from early silver screen icons like Marilyn Monroe and Veronica Lake. Mostly, it’s characterized by intentional, feminine, soft styling.

To work the look for 2023, add sheen to your tresses and smoothen them for that old Hollywood glam. Try the TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum, which helps you achieve smooth and polished hair. With keratin and marula oil from Africa, the serum guarantees five benefits – it fights frizz, detangles knots, boosts shine, adds softness, and tames flyaways. Its smoothing capabilities help you achieve silky hair that moves naturally.

'90s Supermodel Blowout

Remember when supermodels like Cindy Crawford ruled the ’90s with gorgeous blowouts? The world saw the return of this vogue hairstyle when Nicola Peltz wed Brooklyn Beckham with a hairstyle inspired by Claudia Schiffer. , it seems that these bouncy layers are making a comeback next year after going viral on TikTok.

After years of messy waves and blunt cuts, the return to the only seems natural. It makes hair look healthier and more natural. The great news is you can achieve this look with mid-shoulder length hair. You will need a big round brush or hot rollers. After shampooing your hair, blast it with a hairdryer, creating volume with a round brush. Begin with the roots and shape your hair from the inside while drying your hair from the outside. Once that’s done, you can start putting the rollers in your hair for more movement and bounce.

Don’t feel confident doing this by yourself? No stress – it’s a great styling service to ask for at the salon.

Curly Bangs

Curly bangs have been hot throughout 2022, and we’ll be seeing more of them next year! Case in point: Selena Gomez debuting her curly fringe on TikTok just shortly after turning 30. Even actress Eiza Gonzalez rocked a kinky fringe look in the film I Care A Lot. Curly bangs look naturally sexy and stylish. The best part? You can emulate this for the new year if you already have bangs.

With a curling wand, work your tresses in layers for that piece-y look, stopping just before you get to your roots. Don’t burn your scalp! Pin up messy curls and use hairspray to secure the style. Scrunch the ends with your fingers, and you are good to go!

Cascading Curls

Women with naturally wavy hair, this is your moment: curls that fall to your waist are so in. Embrace your natural hair texture! Think Simone Ashley and her gorgeous cascading locks or Sarah Jessica Parker’s wild bushy tresses in the '90s. This look features voluminous roots and spiral strands that don’t look overdone

Take care of your luscious locks if you have naturally curly hair. Comb your hair starting from the ends, wear a messy ponytail before going to bed to keep its definition, and use a hair diffuser to add more body and kill frizz.

You can also adopt a weekly hair mask habit. Use TRESemmé Keratin Smooth KERA10 Smoothing Mask to give your hair a smooth down. It can help you rock your big, beautiful curls without flyaway or buhaghag.

Even without going to the salon, you can rock a new hairstyle for the new year! With a little effort and imagination, you can embrace the coming year with a fresh look.