A change in season is as good an excuse as any to think about changing your hairstyle and as ever, the celebrities are taking the lead in trying out some of spring/summer’s best hair trends. See our favourite 30 new hairstyles here – there’s one to suit every face shape and style!
Going for the chop has really worked for Christina Hendricks. We love her new wavy, red bob that’s perfect for spring/summer.
Alice Eve works this season’s straight, blunt mid-length style. We love!
By keeping the main bulk of her hair to one side, Michelle Williams transforms her crop with this side-sweeping long top section.
Reese Witherspoon shuns tradition and opts for a new dark chocolate hair colour this spring. It leaves her hair glossy and it warms up her skin tone.
Sienna Miller brings her look bang up-to-date with a soft fringe and beachy waves combo.
January Jones’ topknot is not just for teens! Position it lower like January has for a more wearable finish.
Jennifer Lawrence has gone for a soft wavy long bob for spring that really shows off her high cheekbones.
Scarlett Johansson wears a modern take on the French Pleat that has been gelled down at the sides for a more quiff-like front.
Curl or tong your mid-lengths and ends only to get this fresh youthful style like Carol Voderman.
Maggie Gyllenhaal is the latest celeb to go for the chop! This pixie cut knocks years off and really suits Maggie’s heart face shape.
Suranne Jones gives her high topknot a feminine finish with a side-sweeping fringe.
Do like Elle Fanning and buy a hair band that you just place over the back of your hair for a special occasion style.
Give your pony a new look by leaving out a section of hair on one side like Uma Thurman. Tres chic!
Cameron Diaz’s grown-out bob looks fab worn with a centre parting and long fringe. It’s a great casual way to wear your hair at the weekends.
Deep side partings that start at the edge of one eye and finish at the other, like Marion Cotillard’s are going to be everywhere this season. Get a side sweeping fringe cut in for a more user-friendly version.
Straighteners are back in vogue for spring 2013 and work on down ‘do’s and sleek, chic ponytails. Ensure your ends are in great condition like Heidi Klum’s before you try it.
Muse by name, muse by nature! Arizona’s tousled bob is a great look to try if you’re considering going for the chop as the texture makes the style adaptable to every face shape.
It’s no surprise that hair accessories are always popular on the runways and Jennifer Ellison snaps up the look with a rockabilly head scarf that sets off her messy updo and flatters her heart shape face.
Another star plumping for short layers and a low side parting is Mad Men’s Elizabeth Moss. We think the natural wave in her hair gives it a relaxed, beachy look too – perfect for weekends.
We’re loving Charlie Brooks’ new brunette shade and it really suits these retro waves that are perfect for all spring occasions. The longer bob is great for round face shapes too.
Another star giving the centre parting a go is Olivia Wilde. To stop it looking harsh and dragging her square face down, she creates a wave in line with her jaw to add lift and show off her subtle ombre hair colour.
There’s no escaping the ponytail this spring. From sixties style bouffs to loose, undone styles like Jessica Chastain’s, pull out some baby hairs around your hairline for an age-friendly finish.
Plaits are forever popping up so if you’re contemplating the trend, style it to the side and in front of your shoulder like Lana Del Ray. It softens long face shapes and won’t make your arms ache as much when you’re styling it!
Mel C’s style harks back to the seventies but we’re giving her credit for rocking spring’s centre parting that suits long and oval face shapes.
Loose waves and curls never go out of fashion and you can wear them whatever length your hair is, just like US actress, Olivia Palermo. Try them for work, weekends, high days and holidays!
Low side buns were everywhere on the catwalks and Denise Van Outen’s oval face really suits the style. With a neat side quiff and Hollywood blonde, it’s glam, sexy and stylish.
The trend for deep side partings doesn’t have to be severe as Amanda Seyfried demonstrates with her super glossy blow-dry that’s curled under at the ends to stop any severity.
Ugly Betty star, America Ferrera tries her hand at this season’s half-up, half-down ‘do that suits every face shape. Keeping her hair off her face and curling the ends also gives it a more mature twist.
Short hair really is top of the crops at the moment and Cynthia Nixon’s multi-tonal cut and colour means she can join in the choppy texture trend as well.