Spring is here, which means you might be itching (literally… achoo!) for a change of hair this season. For many, the new season feels like a relaunch of a new you — and if an entirely new wardrobe is out of budget, a new hairstyle could give you the refresh you need.
Don’t know where to begin? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled three spring haircuts and colors to consider when booking your next appointment.
Starting off with cuts and colors for our fashionistas who are really ready to commit…
Whether you’re meeting bangs for the first time, or old friends catching up, spice up your cut with some cute fringe bangs! Just a couple of snip-snips and your hair game is instantly elevated to the next level.
Yes, bangs are back! Leave them out of an updo, statement clip them back… the possibilities for styling bangs are endless. Just make sure you’re ready to commit to the maintenance — regular trims and upkeep.
If you’re all about the statement, the bob is an automatic serve! This cut is short and sweet for spring, and will allow you to unlock a whole new character with this cut. Whether you style your hair curly or pin-straight, the bob looks good natural or styled. So why not lose some length this season and give your ends the healthy chop they may be desperately in need of.
Copper cool is the perfect color for spring. It is natural enough that it blends in with your surroundings — the perfect spring fixture. Plus, it compliments many skin tones and is easy enough to go darker or lighter from when you’re ready for the next shade.
Braids & Bows
The ultimate style hack? Braids. Braids are quick and easy for spring and even better for dirty hair. It doesn’t hurt that they’re freaking adorable. Match the color or pattern of your ribbon for that color block aesthetic, or let the ribbons be your statement piece!
If you’re not ready to cut or color your hair, but want to add some springtime accessories, try out some cool metal sectioning clips. They allow you to frame your face in just one action. Cool girl hairstyle complete.
Not ready to commit to bangs? No problem. For this, I’m saying “bangs” in quotes. All you have to do is braid the front pieces of your hair and section them out in front of the rest of your hair. Pull your hair into a half-up/half-down to let those braids shine. Styling tip: add some tiny hair clips for extra detail!