Celebrity Hair Inspiration for Spring

Rachel Krause
Celebrity Hair Inspiration for Spring
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Everything changes for the better come spring, and your hair should be no different. Let these 9 super-cool celebrity hairstyles inspire your next cut or color.

Lighten Up
Whether you're doing a full-on brunette-to-blonde transition or just adding highlights, spring is the ideal time to try out a lighter hair color. Kate Hudson has the right idea with her bright, multidimensional blonde.

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Subtle Ombre
Ombre isn't going anywhere. For a natural look like Jessica Biel's, simply ask your stylist for balayage highlights a few shades lighter than your current hair color.

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The Big Snip
If you've always wanted to go for a pixie  but haven't quite had the nerve, the recent crop of celebrity converts should have you all but convinced. We love this look on Jennifer Lawrence—her long, sideswept bangs and deep side part are edgy and feminine, not stodgy.

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Switch Up Your Part
A total look overhaul can be as easy as changing the direction in which you part your hair. Try doing it on the opposite side than you're used to, using the arch of your eyebrow as a guide. A slightly off-center middle part like Olivia Palermo's is effortless, and flattering on everybody.

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Choppy Layers
Take a page out of Julianne Hough's book and ask your stylist to cut long, choppy layers into your hair. They're perfect for spring and summer because they don't require much styling to look good—just air-dry and tousle with pomade or wave spray.

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Pop of Color
Even if you can't commit to a full head of cotton candy-colored hair, a few subtle streaks of a rainbow hue, as seen on January Jones, look cheeky and youthful.

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Long Bangs
A set of long, choppy bangs like Lake Bell's are surprisingly versatile: You can wear them down or part them down the middle for a '60s-inspired look.

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The Easy Bob
If Taylor Swift can bear to part with her long hair, anyone can. A shoulder-grazing cut with shorter layers in the front is classic and super-flattering.

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Try a Glaze
For those who want a tiny but noticeable tweak, a clear or tinted glaze at your salon will impart Mila Kunis-level volume, softness, and shine.

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