The early 2000s were probably the worst time for fashion and beauty in history. Do you remember the “juicy” velvet pink sweatpants? What about the denim mini skirt and top? For heaven’s sake! It was also the time of the chunky yellow highlights, the tons of layers blown out, the bubbles in front, the half-curled / half-straight hair. But there was something more, the worst of all: the V-shaped hair.
Okay, maybe the earlier trends are far worse, but the deal with the V-cut hair is that somehow it’s still a thing for those who refuse to leave the past behind. I mean, I understand, it creates a stretch effect that makes your hair look longer, but let’s face it, it’s not that flattering! Especially for those of us who don’t have straight hair, it’s not so flattering! The worst thing about this haircut is that if you’re not ready to straighten your curls by making everything shorter, you would have to keep this look for a long time until your shorter curls have the perfect length.
So why still follow a trend that is pretty bland and nonsensical while we are close to the third decade of millennia? If you’re one of those who think this is THE style and you’re reluctant to give it up, take a look at these haircuts that are more versatile, practical, and trendy than the V-haircut.