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20 Fetching Hair Ideas for Spring!

20 Fetching Hair Ideas for Spring!

I am looking forward to spring! Each season it’s fun to freshen up your wardrobe by adding new twists on your look, or getting an entirely new look altogether! Starting with your hair, you can re-energize your style for little to no cost at all. Consider a new color, braiding your hair a different way, or wearing a new hat to change things up. Take a look at 7 of my favorite ideas, gathered from the new spring catalogs and look books.

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  • Fresh Hair Color 1 of 20
    Fresh Hair Color
    I'd really like to adopt this hair color for spring. The different tones of blonde and brown look fresh and natural.
    As seen at ASOS
  • Twist on a Fishtail Braid 2 of 20
    Twist on a Fishtail Braid
    This arty twist on a fishtail braid includes a braided side bangs too.
    As seen at She Lets Her Hair Down
    Photo by Lauren Cooper
  • Messy Side Bun 3 of 20
    Messy Side Bun
    The key to getting away with messy hair is to pair it with a tailored outfit!
    As seen at J.Crew
  • High Pony-Tail 4 of 20
    High Pony-Tail
    Channel a 1990's Gwyneth Paltrow look with this super high ponytail! It's a great way to keep hair out of the face and look put together at the same time.
    As seen at Toast
  • 60′s Inspired Bob 5 of 20
    60's Inspired Bob
    This 1960's-inspired bob features short, blunt bangs. It's classic and so easy to care for and fix.
    As seen at Frolic!
    Photo by Lisa Warninger
  • Soft Waves + Fedora 6 of 20
    Soft Waves + Fedora
    Top soft wavy hair with a classic fedora for a tomboy style spring look.
    As seen at Toast
  • Head Scarf 7 of 20
    Head Scarf
    Add a patterned scarf to your hair for a bohemian spring look.
    As seen at Toast
  • 1940′s-Inspired Hair 8 of 20
    1940's-Inspired Hair
    Curl your hair into soft waves and then take a piece of hair on the side and twist it for some height, pinning it to the side. The look is inspired by 1940's hair styles but soft and effortless.
    As seen at Frolic!
    Photo by Lisa Warninger
  • Casual Soft Waves 9 of 20
    Casual Soft Waves
    I dream of soft wavy hair like this with the perfect swoopy bangs.
    As seen at Toast
  • Side Braided Hair with Top Bun 10 of 20
    Side Braided Hair with Top  Bun
    I like this twist on a normal braid. Look closely, and you'll see a soft braid on the side of her head.
    As seen at Toast
  • Messy Waves 11 of 20
    Messy Waves
    A classic striped dress is juxtaposed with messy beach waves for a casual, fun look.
    As seen at Toast
  • Sailor Hat 12 of 20
    Sailor Hat
    Pair messy beach hair with a vintage sailor hat for a fun, spring look!
    As seen at Toast
  • Loose Chignon 13 of 20
    Loose Chignon
    Part hair in the middle or on the side and pull it back into a loose chignon for a romantic look. This reminds me of the hair styles in the movie, Enchanted April.
    As seen at Toast
  • Side Swept Hair 14 of 20
    Side Swept Hair
    Part your hair on the side and pull bangs across the forehead. Secure with a bobby pin. This looks offers a soft, romantic look without having to have hair in the face.
    As seen at Plumo
  • Simple and Soft Upswept Hair 15 of 20
    Simple and Soft Upswept Hair
    Part hair on the side and softly pull it back in a ponytail or bun for a simple, classic look.
    As seen at Plumo
  • Mini Braids 16 of 20
    Mini Braids
    Part hair on the side, and make a small portion of hair on each side into a braid. It's a simple but unique way to wear your hair this spring.
    As seen at Plumo
  • Side Bun 17 of 20
    Side Bun
    Pull hair into a bun at the nape of your neck, and to the side for a sweet but practical look.
    As seen at Plumo
  • Schoolgirl Hair 18 of 20
    Schoolgirl Hair
    I remember wearing my hair like this as a girl back in the 80's and 90's. Take a piece on each side and pull it up into a barrette. Let a few pieces fall down to make it feel a little more effortless.
    As seen at Plumo
  • Short Side Braid 19 of 20
    Short Side Braid
    Don't be intimidated by braids if you don't have super long hair. This side braid looks sup cute a little shorter. Part hair on the side as shown here, to get the look.
    As seen at Plumo
  • Side Swept Hair 20 of 20
    Side Swept Hair
    This works with shorter or longer hair. Part hair on the side and pull one section across, secure with a pin or barrette up at the top.
    As seen at Plumo

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!

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