We know, we know — bangs for winter, so revolutionary. But celebrity hairstylist Karl Jackson says, "They say a lot and can completely change a look without cutting off too much [hair]." Toth adds: "There's also a really practical reason. In the summer, people don't get bangs because they don't like their hair resting on a potentially 'dewy' forehead because it would make their hair damp and frizzy. But in the winter, there's no risk of a dewy forehead, so it's only natural to go for the bang."
The one style our handful of pros are predicting will be everywhere in the upcoming months: micro bangs. "I've been doing a lot of baby bangs very short and thin," says Jackson. "Micro bangs can add flare to any hairstyle and work on all hair types — super curly, pin-straight, updos, pixies, long, short, thick, thin, box braids, afro," says Toth.