9 Hair Trends Celebs and Fashion People Will Be Wearing Nonstop This Spring

Buttery Blondes + Copper Hues

Our season hair color will be inspired by Sydney Sweeney's from Anyone But You. In this photo, she nails the bouncy blowout style we'll see everywhere in the coming months.

Warm Brunettes

"This spring, we can expect to see the return of natural-inspired hair color," she adds. The increased popularity of warm brunette hair tones on red carpets shows this.

Baroque Bobs

"For haircuts, we will continue to see the bob trend stand out as the number one requested cut," she adds. This is your cue to chop a few inches off your hair for a beautiful haircut.

Blunt Bobs

As the queen of the clean girl style on social media, Hailey Bieber's blunt, Parisian-chic haircut is still popular. This high-fashion trend is rising on and off the red carpet, however she has since gone longer.

Playful Pixies

It's hard to stop thinking about Julia Garner's adorable face-framing pixie. This easy, fuss-free haircut highlights your beautiful features. Style and go using a few crucial items to speed up the process when you're in a hurry.

Big, Bouncy Blowouts

Dara predicts the decline of lowered waves and the rebirth of large, bouncy blowouts like Blanca Padilla's. It may be the start of many '70s-inspired hair styles, but it's also the ideal incentive to get a Dyson Airwrap Styler.

Long Layers

Long, layered hair will also be popular this season. Layers provide countless hairdo possibilities, whether you want velvet or body. Expect constant comments on your luxurious hair!

Textured Tresses

Fashion is also featuring texture. Was it ever out? Here, EmRata has high-volume, textured strands that we want to copy using a texture spray and teasing brush for height and volume.

Elevated Updos

Finally, raised updos with texture, volume, and surprising elements will be sought. Jasmin Savoy of Yellowjackets wore Emmy-nominated Marcia Hamilton's braided hairdo last year, and we're excited to see more this spring.