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    Our Guide to Spring 2020 Hottest Hair Trends

    Jessica Alba: Long bob haircut with chocolate brown hair

    Spring Cleaning: Clean Up Your Look; Reinvent Your Style with These Hot Hair Trends

    As we welcome a new season, as always, we also welcome (or sometimes dread) what comes with it. While I love freeing my toes again in the spring’s cutest sandals, I don’t always enjoy the allergies and spring cleaning. But one of my favorite parts of spring is the opportunity to refresh my personal style; going shopping for cute clothes and makeup (or revamping my old stuff) and experimenting with a new hairstyle! Fortunately, there are some adorable hair trends to pick from this season. To give you some hairspiration, we’ll give you a low-down of some of the hottest hair trends this spring!

    Heidi Klum long bob with side bang and blonde highlights

    Long bob with soft waves and warm brown

    Make The Cut

    One of Spring’s Hottest haircuts is The Long Bob. The long bob is perfect for all hair types, and goes great with most face shapes (oblong faces might want to avoid it). But what I love best about the long bob is it’s versatility. Straight and sleek, loose and wavy, or even half-up, this haircut is super easy to style and gives you a ton of styling options.



    Avril Lavigne pop of pink hilight

    Pop of red orange hi-light on strawberry blonde hair

    Pop of blue long bob with full bang haircolor

    Color Your World

    This spring and summer we’ll be seeing Bright Pops of Hair Color. Unlike the pastels of past seasons, spring 2013 hair colors are going bold, from hot pink like Avril Lavigne to jewel tones like purple and blue. If you don’t want to commit permanently, consider hair chalking, semi permanent color, or colored extensions for a fun (temporary) change.




    runway models wearing low pony tails

    Add Some Style

    The “it” hairstyle of the season is an easy Low Pony Tail! This classic hairstyle looks great on everyone, and can be translated to appear flirty and sexy with big volume and rough texture, or chic and elegant with a smooth clean style. For full effect, the low pony works best on medium to thick hair types, but those with fine (or short) hair can get this look with a pony hair extension (available at most drug stores and beauty supply stores).




    Head scarf with french twist retro hairstyle

    Head scarf with sleek bun hairstyle

    Wrap it Up

    Rock one of the hottest spring 2013 hair accessories with a Flirty Head Scarf. Louis Vuitton got me excited about this look with his flirty retro runway style. Not only are head scarfs adorable, but they’re also practical, serving as a great way to keep hair out of your face on a hot day or conceal messy hair for a morning walk or errands.

    Whether you’re just wanting to add a punch of color with a fun floral head scarf, or you’re looking for a more dramatic change like a sexy new haircut, spring is the season to have fun with your style and reinvent yourself. So while you’re busy sneezing and dusting, and stretching your toes, take some time to revamp your own style to welcome in spring.

    Hairstyle Blog contributing author Lindsay Hausch
    Contributing author Lindsay Hausch has provided clients with professional cutting edge color and cutting techniques at exclusive Paul Mitchell and Bumble and Bumble Signature Salons for the past seven years. She co-founded Sedona Beauty Team, which represents a team of artists that offer luxury, on-location beauty services. She enjoys writing articles that share her expertise. You can follow Lindsay on Twitter and FaceBook.

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    Spring Hairstyle Trends

    Spring Hair style Trends

    Heavy Fringes and Longer Bobs Hot Hair Styles Trends for Spring

    “Spring Hairstyle Trends”Celebrity hairdressers are sharing their thoughts on this years “Spring hairstyle trends.” Two Spring hair style trends cropping up on celebrities and models everywhere are hairstyles with heavy bangs, and surprisingly once again . . . the Bob!!  This time around the bob is longer and just brushes the shoulders, or comes to just above the shoulders, like Jessica Alba is wearing. Hmmmm . . . I like the bob with bangs on Jessica, but this hair style trend sounds a bit boring to me. We’ll no doubt be seeing more and more of the longer bob, with and without bangs. This is especially true as this is Michelle Obama’s classic hairstyle. It is a classic hairstyle AND it’s famous for ease and versatility.

    Spring Hair Style Trends
    Is Michelle Obama leading or following this springs hairstyle trend?

    Spring hairstyle trends
    One of my favorite long hair bob makeovers has been on Gweneth Paltrow. This is a perfect hairstyle for her hair type and her face shape. Who can wear this hair style? Just about everyone can wear this, it might be easier to say who can’t wear this. Those women with thick curly hair, you know who you are, a blunt bob will make your curly hair tee-pee out’, giving you the 70’s look  . . .  think Rosanna Rosannadanna!

    The other hair type that is not user-friendly with this length is thin, baby fine fly-away hair. This long bob is too long and too blunt for you. Every hairdresser knows that the majority of women with this hair type, are convinced that cutting layers into their thin hair is the kiss of death, but just the opposite is true for many of you.  A shorter bob may work great for you with some light layering. Light layering is just right to give your hair more volume, lift and shape.

    spring hairstyle trends
    Anne looks classy in this shoulder length bob. She is nominated for an Academy Award this year for her film, “Rachel Getting Married.”

    spring hairstyle trends

    The key to wearing full bangs is to make them do what you want them to do. In this case, a flat-iron works best. A flat-iron is my favorite tool of choice on bangs . . . no burning the forehead AND it will tame down the strongest of cowlicks!

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