As the seasons change, so do the current hair trends. Not sure which trends will be sticking around for spring? Keep scrolling to find out!
Keep It: Baby Doll Blowout
Big is in – and its here to stay! Voluminous hair and in particular the baby doll blowout is a trend that shows no sign of letting up anytime soon. It's a preppy style with a lot of height and works a treat with second day hair. To combine this trend with the season's hottest hair accessory, simply add a colourful side clip to your baby doll blowout.
Forget It: Slicked Back Hair
That slicked back style where you comb all of your hair towards the back of your head is dunzo. But don't be too quick to throw away all your wet-look styling products! The high shine finish is still trending for the new season, albeit in a new incarnation - the subtle wet look. On super straight hair, try creating a middle or side part and then add a touch of gel to the crown area only, while keeping the rest of your locks dry.
Keep It: 70s and 90s Hairstyles
This past year has seen a rise in hairstyles heavily influenced by the looks of yesteryear – and that trend is here to stay. For this season, expect to see more of the 70s bouncy blowout with long curtain bangs. Also, 90s throwback hairstyle elements like double buns and crimped locks are also set to stick around.
Forget it: Beach Waves
The beach weather may just around the corner – however you may want to give classic beachy waves a miss. The current incarnation of the trend is the 'flave' – or flat wave. As opposed to the rough textured beach wave, a flave is a more glamorous take on a curled beachy 'do – plus it's a far more versatile look suitable for beachside cocktails and nighttime soirees.