10 Spring Hair Trends to Try Now

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Spring is a time for new beginnings and fresh starts—lessons that can be applied not only to life, but to hair care too. This season celebrates a new wave of unique hair trends that have found inspiration from the city streets to the Fashion Week runways. With looks ranging from high-shine texture to natural waves, there’s no wrong way to make a change and breathe some new life into your winter-worn locks.

1. Blunt Bangs

Get statement-making bangs with major drama and easy upkeep.
After a temporary hiatus, blunt-cut bangs are making a comeback, as seen in shows like Alexander Wang and Vera Wang. This style can be reimagined in the form of choppy new cuts and varying lengths, for a fresh new take on the classic statement fringe. Use just a touch of Supershine Light Moisturizing Cream to hydrate the ends of newly mowed bangs.

2. Gilded Accents

Accessorize a low-key look with luxe gold trimmings.
As seen on the Spring 2016 runways of Rodarte, Alice + Olivia, and Alberta Ferretti, gold hair ornaments can give even disheveled locks an instant touch of decadence. Get the look with gold barrettes, metallic headbands, and brooches. For an added boost of sparkle, spray hair liberally with Shine Light Reflecting Spray and allow strands to glimmer.

3. Natural Textures

Look effortlessly chic with natural, lived-in texture.
If you’ve been looking for an excuse to break up with your hot tools, look no further. Spring 2016 ushers in a celebration of individuality by embracing, rather than concealing, your natural texture. To enrich your personal style, try a texture-enhancing product like AirStyle Flexible Finish Cream.

4. Slicked-Back

Polished hair with a high-shine finish adds instant elegance.
Sleek, glossy locks, when tied up in a high ponytail, topknot, or even combed back and let down, can make for a bold impact. Eliminate flyaways and add some extra glamour with Star Glow Styling Wax, which provides a sleek, glossy hold and brilliant luminosity.

5. Textured Ponytail

Step up your ponytail game with a textured new take on the classic ‘do.
Teased, tousled, and almost windswept in appearance, textured ponytails are a model-off-duty style statement. A mussed-up feel sans crunch can be achieved with a small application of a texturizing product like Matte Waves Texture Lotion. Scrunch it up with your fingers to acquire a teased, lived-in look before tying up high or low.

6. Printed Head Scarves

Wrap it all up in a colorful swath of patterned prints.
Seen in vivid florals on the Dolce and Gabbana Spring 2016 runway, this colorful statement piece is best when worn with easy, undone hair. To achieve effortless texture, spritz hair with Dry Texturizing Spray and wrap a scarf over the head for a bright, seasonal way to formally celebrate the end of winter.

7. Luminous Locks

Get an ambient glow with hair so healthy, it looks lit from within.
Healthy, vibrant, lived-in hair took center stage on many of New York Fashion Week’s Spring 2016 runways. Luckily, a little TLC is all you need to master the healthy-hair trend. To enhance the look, a pump or two of Gold Lust Nourishing Hair Oil can deliver both shine and moisture.

8. Buzzcuts

Shear it off for a fresh—and daring—start this spring.
Not for the faint of heart, this trend is one of the boldest statements of the season, seen at shows like Saint Laurent, Gucci, and Lanvin. Apply Côte d’Azur Luminous Hair & Body Oil to the scalp for an instant model-worthy glow. The shear is perfect for those looking to make a statement or to simply try stepping out of their comfort zone.

9. Pun Intended

The ponytail bun that gives instant style with minimal effort.
For those who like to look chic without trying, puns are the no-fuss trend that’s deceptively easy to pull off. As styled on both the red carpet and the runway, this looped ponytail-bun hybrid can be worn textured and messy, or low and sleek with the help of Crème for Style for light hold and added shine.

10. Icy Blonde

Experiment with lightened locks in pale, cool blonde.
This frosty-hued, cool white-blonde is spring’s newest neutral. With shade families ranging from champagne-tinted pastels to ashy platinum, there are ample ways to make a dramatic color change. After making the transition, keep color-treated hair soft and glossy with Glaze for Beautiful Color.

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