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Master stylist and former "What Not to Wear" star Nick Arrojo says volume and bedhead waves are perfect for the upcoming season. "Don't be afraid to create a devil-may-care, rock 'n' roll look and go bolder and more dramatic."
How to get it: The bowl is a simple, classic cut made famous by the likes of Eva Cedric. This undercut version makes the bowl better than ever. By combining undercutting with asymmetry, it has a flatter, smoother look, extra length, and modern swing and movement. Locks are best styled with just a little hair crème and left to air-dry. Works great on women with petite features.
Celebrity inspiration: Agyness Deyn
How to get it: This is an equally cool, shorter cropped bowl shape. The style embraces a weightless rounded shape, with graphic fringe emphasis drawing attention to cheekbones and eyes. It's easy to style, fun and flirty, and a trendy way to wear your hair this spring. For a sleek blowout, use defrizz serum and a flat paddle brush. Finish off with a flatiron and some shine spray.
Celebrity inspiration: Rihanna
How to get it: If you fancy something still super cool, but perhaps a little longer, go for a mid-length shattered shape with loose, flexible texture and versatile styling options. This cut has a wispy, light feel with a piece-y texture and movement. It works great with soft edges and a sweeping side-parting, drawing attention to the beautiful features of the face.
Celebrity inspiration: Scarlett Johansson
How to get it: Another classic cut that can be made edgy and cool this spring is the pixie. Get it cut with a razor for loose, choppy texture, separation and piece-y quality. Add texturized bangs too, so the fringe is movable, carefree and easy. It's a great cut for a hip young girl because it's modern, edgy and fun. This cut couldn't be easier to style, just tousle with texture paste.
Celebrity inspiration: Ginnifer Goodwin
Celebrity stylist, Ted Gibson says spring is going to bring about a slightly more polished look, with braids, soft waves and long bobs. "During fashion week, I styled Lela Rose's Spring collection using a pretty side braid that will be very on trend this season."
How to get it: The longer bob is being seen all over Hollywood. It's a cut that works on nearly every face shape. You can wear it straight and sleek or loose and wavy. To style, blow-dry hair with a firm styling spray. Then use a medium-size round brush as you dry to create volume. Run the ends through a flatiron for a smooth look. Finish off with a light hairspray to prevent any frizz.
Celebrity inspiration: Jennifer Aniston
How to get it: This cut isn't for everyone, but it's perfect for women with a more angular face shape and delicate features. Someone who's confident and feminine can pull this off. To style a pixie cut, apply a glossy spray when wet, scrunch with fingers and let air-dry. Or for a smoother more polished look, dry with a paddle brush. Then use your fingers to add a little texture and mess.
Celebrity inspiration: Halle Berry
Paul Perez, celebrity stylist at Sally Hershberger in Los Angeles, says the hottest styles this spring are influenced by days gone by. "Whether long or short, we are seeing a huge '60s and '70s comeback -- anything from disco divas to more classic Hepburn-esque shapes. Take your inspiration from the past trends and add your own modern twist!"
How to get it: If you thought the bob was passé, guess again. Women are creating more movement to the style by either adding loose curls or layers. For a little more fun, you can always give yourself a '20s-inspired hairstyle by making the curls a little tighter and loosely pulling out the curls with your fingers into a desired shape.
Celebrity inspiration: Keira Knightley
How to get it: A fresh look for spring comes two ways but is actually the same length. It sits at the collarbone or just a little below. The layers are on the longer side, or you may choose to wear bangs for an edgier look. You can wear it straight or with a loose curl. If the layers are longer, there should be more styling involved. Hot rollers or Velcro rollers are a good option. For maximum results, let them set for a few minutes. When you take the rollers out, brush hair lightly into a desired shape.
Celebrity inspiration: January Jones
How to get it: One look that never gets old is the bohemian style for medium to long hair. It's generally cut all one length or with ultra-long layers. Looks best parted down the middle and worn straight or loosely curled. You can even wear this style with bangs. For some added fun, add a small braid down the side.
Celebrity inspiration: Vanessa Hudgens
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