Is your hair in need of Spring cleaning? Looking to spruce up your locks after the harsh Winter? I know I am. My poor mane went through some tough times the last few months. During the winter months, the cold, dry climate can make hair brittle and susceptible to split-ends. So, we’ve compiled a list of the most popular haircuts for Spring 2015.
If you’re looking to revamp your do, check out these favorite haircuts that are so hot right now. We’ve even ordered these looks from shortest to longest; making it easy for you to pick the right length for you!
The Pixie Cut/ The Boy Cut
The short boy-inspired Pixie cut has been popular for some time, but we predict it makes a huge showing in 2015. Not only is this haircut easy to wear, it’s also surprisingly versatile. It can be worn sleek or tousled for different occasions.
Positive: Easy to style and wear
Negative: Regular haircuts to keep shape
(Image via Decor Seven)
We love the new A-line Hayden Panettiere is rocking. It’s sleek, sophisticated and perfect for a shorter Spring look. Try this classic look for an updated style. One of the only negatives about this look (I know from personal experience) is that it requires regular styling. It’s not easy to just wake up and go with this look — think bed head waves galore. However, maybe the sleekness is worth the extra few minutes it will take to do this style.
Positive: Easy and sleek
Negative: Requires regular styling
(Image via Decor Seven)
The Asymmetrical Bob
Taking a turn from the 2014s popular ‘lob’ (a.k.a. the long bob), the asymmetrical bob is the newest rendition. This style has one side of the hair longer than the other, hence the asymmetrical part. It can be worn sleek and straight or wavy and messy.
Positive: Works for every hair texture and face shape
Negative: Regular trimmings to maintain shape
(Image via Harpers Bazaar)
As we move down our top haircuts for 2015, we’re also highlighting various hair lengths. This one is a medium length shoulder shag. Kim K rocks this shorter version — whether she has platinum blonde hair or deep brown.
Positive: Great transition haircut from long to short hair or vice versa
Negative: May grow out quickly from this specific length
(Image via Allure)
Long Waves with Bangs
Love rocking long hair? Then try adding a textured look with bangs. This cut shown on Alexa Chung is a great way to spice up longer hair. It continues the shaggy, not-trying-too-hard look that’s really popular for 2015. The great thing about this hairstyle? Wear it au naturale for the best results.
Positive: Natural and easy style
Negative: Bangs require more maintenance than you might think
(Image via Brit)
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