Spring is synonymous with rebirth and renewal. That makes tasks like deep-cleaning your apartment or overhauling your wardrobe seem much more appealing than they would in cold, boring January.
Spring also feels like the perfect time to debut a new hairstyle, or at least refresh the one you are working with. If you are looking for a little hair-rebirth, we have some inspiration for your springtime chop, courtesy of some of our favorite hairstylists and models.
Wispy, ‘70s-inspired fringe à la Brigitte Bardot gives you instant cool-girl cred whether it’s paired with a blunt bob or long, tousled layers. Ask your stylist for feathery bangs that skim your eyebrows and softly frame your cheekbones for dimension.
Those in the know are passing on sleek, polished bobs for shorter lengths with plenty of texture. Reward yourself for making it through winter (yay!) for a bob with loose, playful volume made perfectly-imperfect with invisible internal layers that add the perfect amount of body.
Choppy, mussy shag cuts—aka the hairstyle that’s basically synonymous with rock ‘n’ roll—aren’t going away this spring. To nail the look, ask for soft, shaggy layers around the crown of your head and lots of texture.
Lighter shades always see a boost in popularity once the weather warms up. This year, the breakout haircolor of spring is sunkissed brunette with honey or butterscotch-tinged highlights. For the most natural-looking effect (and easiest grow-out), ask for balayage that melts away from the roots.