This season is all about texture. Instead of trying to coax your hair into something it’s not, this spring, everyone is embracing their natural hair texture and working with what you’ve got.
Spending 2 hours to get the perfect “I woke up like this” hair is a thing of the past, so ask your stylist for one of these low-maintenance cuts.
Messy Chic: The Modern Shag
Take inspiration from your favorite rockers of the 70s and 80s— glam rock is back, but this time with a little more glam and a little less hairspray.
To get this layered hair look, your stylist should cut short, choppy layers using scissors or a razor. A texturizing powder or spray will bring those piece-y bits out and give your hair major volume.
Add bangs to change things up a bit. You can adapt this style to any length of hair that’s either straight or wavy.
The short shag: sharp, choppy layers
The medium shag: gorgeous, wispy texture
The long shag: shoulder-grazing layers
The wavy shag: effortless chic
The straight shag: low-maintenance glamor
Long shag with side-swept bangs: length and beauty
Straight-across bangs shag: the ultimate “bedhead” look
Short but Sweet: The Lob
The “lob” is having a moment. Whether you’ve grown out a cute bob or you just want a new style that’s easy, comfortable, and stylish, you can’t go wrong with a long bob.
Loc’d lob: natural symmetry
Textured lob: the next big thing
Layered lob: effortlessly dynamic
Box braid lob: tried and true
Curly lob: stunning shape and dimension
Wavy lob: classic and understated
Curly afro lob: stunning length
Blunt lob: simplicity is key
Bangs, center parts, and small ways to change up your style
If you’re currently growing your hair out or are simply happy with your current length, try making some small changes with a big impact.
If you’re easily bored with your hair, bangs are a great way to create interest. Changing your part is even less commitment.
Try out one of these styles for a slightly different look. You might want to consider changing hair color this spring as well.
Messy bangs: style with an edge
Straight-across bangs: a tried and true favorite
Brigette Bardot curtain bangs: ’70s throwback
Center part: neat and symmetrical
Deep side part: off-center drama
Beautiful natural curls parted on one side. We love the dark brown hair with highlights.
Crazy for Curls: Gorgeous Curly Looks
This year is all about embracing your hair’s own texture; there’s no need to straighten your beautiful coils into oblivion.
Get inspired by some of these curly styles that will play up your hair’s natural texture. Alternatively, you can play with crimped hair as well.
Layered curls: boosting your curls’ natural shape
Curly, voluminous bob: short and chic
Curly bangs: playful details
Short curly bob: boyish and cute
Chop that length off in preparation for warmer temperatures! This model has made an amazing shaggy bob haircut by cropping her black curly hair at ear length, framing her jaw line and feminine features.
For Something Completely Different: Total Makeovers
Now more than ever is the time to take the plunge and go for a whole new look.
What’s holding you back? Whether it’s a super short ‘do or some long extensions, turn heads with a brand spankin’ new look.
Buzz cut: the showstopper
Long textured blunt cut: thoroughly modern
Blunt bangs with short bob: timeless classic
Curly faux hawk: edgy and cool
Long extensions: add that length
Straight pixie cut: show off your facial features
Chin Length Bob: ’20s Nostalgia
Curly/wavy pixie: funky and fun