Spring hair goals
29 March 17

Spring hair goals

 Spring is officially here! And with the new season comes new #hairgoals. We’re here to give you all the celebrity inspiration you need to mix up your look for Spring.


  1. Loose waves

The perfect hair style for spring date nights, loose waves are always a winner.

The celebrity inspirations

Chrissy Teigan turned up to the 2017 SAG awards sporting these gorgeous waves. Her red lip also adds a touch of Hollywood Glamour and is a great way to turn this style into an evening look.


Gigi is giving us a serious case of hair envy with these subtle waves she debuted on Instagram back in November. Ideal for day time in the Spring!


We’re still obsessed with these waves Jenna Dewan rocked for the 2015 Golden Globes, and this is a perfect example of how this look works even on short hair.


  1. Fishtail plait

One of the easiest hairstyles to get right yet so glamorous. The fish tail plait is a favourite of A listers on the red carpet.

It’s essential you loosen the braid by pulling out some strands for a more textured look.

The celebrity inspirations



Hair stylist to the stars Sarah Potempa gives the classic fishtail braid a twist by creating this beautiful style for suicide squad actress Margot Robbie. This is perfect if your hair is too short for the traditional fishtail plait.


Forever our girl crush, Kourtney Kardashian proves that even the simplest of plaits can look glamorous.

Our fave Chrissy Teigen appearing once again, Chrissy is giving us Bohemian vibes with this plait she wore at the Oscars in 2016.


  1. Super straight hair

The newest celebrity hair trend of 2017 appears to be super long, super straight hair and was all over the red carpet for SS17. The top tip for making sure your hair stays looking silky is to make sure you use a straightener that adds sleekness and shine.

The celebrity inspirations


Top models of the moment, Gigi and Bella Hadid, stepped out with this look during Milan fashion week back in September 2016.

Sleek, straight hair too has been Kim Kardashians signature style of 2017. A look she has stuck to since September 2016 - her longest running style to date!  If it’s good enough for Kim K, it’s good enough for us.

Jessica Alba proves that this style looks amazing no matter what your hair length.



  1. The bardot fringe

It all started with Brigitte Bardot back in the 60s & her signature bardot fringe is the perfect way to mix your look up this spring.


The best thing about this fringe? It suits all face shapes.

Using a large round brush to style when drying your hair means this fringe can work on thick, thin, curly and straight hair.

The celebrity inspirations


Chloe Mortez brought this look back in December 2016 and completely owned it!

The bardot fringe is model and socialite Alexa Chung’s signature style, and she always looks so effortlessly chic.

Georgia May Jagger is the latest to try out the 60s inspired fringe and looks the spitting image to Brigitte.


  1. The lob

We all know that winter can wreak havoc on our hair and leave ends dry and split, the perfect solution for this is to go for a shorter look this spring and the lob is the perfect shorter hair style to go for. This style always looks fresh and clean, and creates the illusion of thicker hair

The celebrity inspirations

Instagram went crazy when Selena Gomez debuted this lob back in January, courtesy of her hair stylist Marissa Marino.

Rosie Huntington – Whiteley can do no wrong in our eyes and her latest textured lob is to die for!

And of course we have Queen of the lob, Khloe K. This is a favourite look of ours from her  – slay Khlo!


  1. Tousled updo

Effortlessly glamorous for both day and night: the tousled bun is the perfect low maintenance hairstyle for spring.

The celebrity inspirations

Take a leaf out of Margo Robbie’s book and use a wave wand to create texture in the hair before tying it up, this ensures the your up do will look good from all angles.


Add some embellishment to your bun Jennifer Lawrence style, to give this look a chic edge.