Whether you’re thinking about an entirely new look or just fancy a new hairstyle for the change in season, you’re not alone! Nothing says ‘new you’ like a trip to the salon, so take a look at these latest celebrity cuts and colours, then book yourself in with your hairdresser, pronto!
Scarlett Johansson’s new super short crop is a bold look and a cut that she really pulls off. This polished look will give you a sleek appearance, drawing attention to high cheekbones. Angular face shapes should try this look.
Having grown out her crop, Keira Knightley now wears a long sleek style that is smart and sophisticated, in a luscious dark shade that complements her skin tone and brows.
Blake Lively looks radiant in her pregnancy and is letting her usual gold blonde colour grow out in favour of a more natural, soft brunette tone that brings out the dewy glow of her cheeks.
Stepping out in style, Eva Longoria rocks a dark brunette hairstyle with soft waves that flatter her face and keep her looking youthful and vibrant. The flicked finish can easily be achieved at home with a curling wand.
We love Frieda Pinto’s stylish boho-inspired textured look! To achieve a quick crimped effect, plait wet hair tightly in small strands and shake out roughly when dry for a tousled, beachy style.
Once the champion of the super-short pixie cut, Halle Berry has been spotted out recently sporting a longer, more youthful ‘do, with her shoulder-skimming locks gently tousled and parted in the center for a casual, yet chic, effect.
Jennifer Aniston is always on point when it comes to her hair, as she recognizes that sometimes the smallest changes can make the biggest difference. To freshen up your look without any drastic changes, try adding some soft and natural highlights.
A smooth and sleek ponytail is a quick and effective way to stay on trend and style your hair without hassle. Add some extra volume like Julianne Moore with a deep side parting and hair swept across your forehead. This looks great whatever your age, or face shape!
Now that her hair is longer again, Katherine Jenkins can style it up with an on-trend side braid. A simple but effective look, this plait is easy and quick to do, meaning you can get your ‘do looking chic in seconds.
To mark the announcement of her return to the X Factor, Cheryl Cole’s also hitting headlines with her new haircolour. Swapping dark brown for a blend of warm honey and caramel highlights and a touch of ombre, it injects her long hair with a new lease of life.
She’s favoured her short crop for a while but now Dannii’s dating again she’s left her hair to grow out into a collarbone-skimming bob. The gentle waves through the mid-lengths and ends are the perfect style option too.
Carol Vorderman finds a happy medium between poker straight and too textured. Her soft, eye-skimming fringe stops the style dragging her face down too.
Since becoming a mum, Fearne has kept her hair a manageable mid-length. Getting the ends trimmed into a blunt finish gives her hair a modern edge that works whether she wears it straight and sleek or tousled and textured.
Try a stylish new bob this spring like Reese Witherspoon’s that sits just below jaw-length for a face-flattering silhouette. Ask your hairdresser for a classic cut to stop it becoming unmanageable, and to keep it smooth and glossy.
Ask for advice when it comes to your face shape. Lots of hair around the front can swamp you. If you have a round jawline like Jennifer Hudson try choppy, layers styled into a quiff which can take years off.
We thought the day would never happen when Jerry Hall cut off her hair but we’re so glad she has. Her new mid-length hair makes her look younger, doesn’t drag her face down and shows off that glossy blonde colour a treat!
Adding some extra layers in around her face, Joanna Lumley’s long bob, fringe and flicked-out ends are age-appropriate and easy to style. The white blonde colour is a great halfway point between blonde and grey too.
Kate Bosworth’s latest film role has seen her dye her hair from a summer blonde to a rich copper red. Luckily it suits her English Rose complexion just as much as the blonde!
Get some inspiration from Kylie Minogue’s shoulder-skimming style with glossy curls and a side parting. Sitting at ear length, it blends in all the right places! Lighter caramel shades can work wonders too and really brighten up your skin.
It’s rare to see Paloma Faith without her fiery red hair but this softer shade of strawberry blonde still is ideal for the summer seasons ahead. She still manages to keep it looking retro by pumping up the volume at the roots, adding a wave and teaming with flicked eyeliner for a 60s vibe.
Rennee Zellweger has grown her fine hair from a bob into a mid-length style that she can now pull back into a flattering and fuller topknot. We approve and shows that you can wear updo’s at every age and occasion.
Give bobbed hair a glamorous twist like singer Catherine Jenkins by opting for a slight asymmetric cut! It’s never been easier to get red-carpet glamour, just curl the ends of hair with tongs and you’re good to go.
If you’re growing out your hair but want to fake a shorter style, tuck behind ears and pin ends underneath like Cate Blanchett. A perfect new spring style you can try at home!
We love Emma Stone for embracing a boho textured look! For a grown-up way to get a beachy style, loosely plait damp hair at night for a rough-dried effect come morning.
Eva Longoria has gone for the chop! She’s still kept her lovely mid-length hair but added a soft whispy fringe to the mix which brings even more attention to her big brown eyes. Do the same and we bet you won’t stop getting comments!
It’s all about the body when it comes to Cindy Crawford’s hair. Wearing her parting just off-centre and flicking her layers back opens up her face for an ageless look with some extra oomph!
Amy Adams proves a headband can still be stylish! By securing all your fringe off your face this is a great way to look flawless and can flatters all ages. For extra style points match the colour to your outfit!
Update your bob and get a sweeping side fringe cut in like Karlie Kloss for a feminine touch! A tousled finish chopped into one length is a great healthy-looking style!
Fringes are a fun and flirty way to update your style so take note from Lorraine Kelly if you’ve got fine hair. This new season trend is all about a natural looking finish so leave your fringe to fall naturally on your forehead for a daytime glam look that’s effortless.
Smooth and sleek shorter styles are on trend this spring so copy Dancing on Ice judge Ashley Roberts’ bright blonde bob. Add some extra volume with a deep side parting which looks great whatever your age or face shape.
Showcasing a heavy side fringe, we love Carlize Theron’s smooth and sleek crop. If you’re growing out layers this is a great way to update a short pixie length. Subtle highlights can help give instant depth too and look so sophisticated!
Longer length’s were made to experiment with! We love Sandra Bullock’s simple and stylish low ponytail that shows off her beautiful bone structure and slender neckline. This is a great way to create a grown-up style with minimum effort!
Showcasing a vibrant red hair colour for spring, we love Sheridan Smith’s short punchy style. Remember that colour is a great way to give short hair an instant update without having to go anywhere near the scissors.
Deep, side partings are a great option for spring if you have short hair as they stop it lying flat. Copy Helen Mirren and ask for a layered fringe this spring to give your look instant height and wow-factor!
Natural colours and hairstyles are really on trend right now and Sienna Miller has been taking note. Growing out her bright blonde into a more sandy tone that complements her brows and skintone, it looks more sophisticated on her long hair.
Emma Willis has grown her short crop to a bob style that she can now pull back into a flattering updo. A heavy side fringe with tousled ends is age-appropriate and a great way to update your style without getting the chop!
If you’re a bob first timer, then copy Michelle Dockery – keep hair longer at the back and add subtle shorter layers through front sections for texture and versatility. A deep side parting with smooth sides like this will help complement your face.
If you’re worried about trying a short cut, go for the chop and be inspired by Jennifer Lawrence. Subtle highlights throughout keep it looking glossy with minimum effort. This style is great for showing off your features too!
Style icon SJP is always ahead of the times and this new hair colour trend is going to be big in salons according to the experts. Highlighting her hair just around the front sections and underneath the layers acts like a halo effect, brightening her skin as well as her hair.