These Spring Hair Trends are Taking Over—Here's All the Inspiration You Need
Spice up Your Spring Hairstyle With These Trendy Ideas
Out with the long undone-done waves, in with the blunt bob. This cut by Texas-based stylist Charlie Price is perfection for spring.
Ever so slightly longer in the front, this A-line cut by stylist Lisa Satorn of Nine Zero One salon gives a breath of fresh air to your signature bob or lob.
Well, more like a modern twist on the iconic Brigitte Bardot bangs. Easy and oh-so wearable.
Since all things 90's-related have made their way back to the fashion world—chokers, scrunchies, and Mom jeans to name a few—it makes sense that hair is going back, too. Blunt bobs, choppy lobs, and super straight locks!
Slowly but surely, this accessory trend has been gaining steam. Why? Because in just seconds a pearl barrette can make a plain mane look totally styled. If you haven't started racking up on the fun pins, clips, barrettes, and bobby pins, it's time to start.
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Keeping with the low-maintenance attitude that this spring will bring, these feathery face-framing layers are all you need to spice up your shoulder cut.
Hit the refresh button on those dull winter strands with a hearty dose of warmth. Across the internet, you'll see stylists putting major life into locks with golden coppers, buttery blondes, and warm chocolatey browns.
This trend is fresh off the Fashion Week runways, feeling vintage and fresh at the same time. Don't be scared to give it a go.
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Give that perky ponytail a break for the season—low ponytails are all the rage. You can keep it simple and sleek, throw in a braid (like seen here), or give it a pop of personality with a fun clip.
Super Straight Styles
Those perfectly undone-done beach waves are being dethroned by something a little more retro: super straight strands. This trend makes any bob or shoulder cut look so much more stylish, like seen here with this cut by Texas-based stylist Chris Jones.
One exception to the warm colors: Scandanavian blonde. This blonde is so icy that it's hot. It might be the most show-stopping spring hair color to hit this season á la stylist Joey Perrotti of Nine Zero One salon.
Because why settle for a regular old lob this spring? It's about new beginnings, and this asymmetrical style is just the shake-up we all need.