Spring Inspired Hair Cut Styles For Women

Spring Inspired Hair Cut Styles For Women

With salons closed and our self-hair-cutting skills leaving much to be desired, the majority of us spent the past year growing out our hair whether we’d planned to or not! Now, as salons begin to re-open and our spring hair cut inspo boards are bursting at the seams, we’re more ready than ever to finally have our hair cut into the new season styles we’ve dreamed of for so long. But which do we choose? We’ve had almost too much time to decide and now that decision feels weightier than ever! Don’t panic. We’re about to reveal all of the most amazing spring-inspired hair cut styles out there (in detail!) so you can be sure you’re making the right choice for you. 

3 Spring Inspired Hair Cut Styles for Long Hair

Choosing hair cut styles for women with long hair might just be one of our favorite things to do! Not only do you have all that length to play with (meaning there are countless cuts you can pull off) but you can also afford to be more drastic with your layers, face-framing pieces, and even bangs if you want those too! These are our top picks…

Long U Cut With Multiple Layers

Want that gorgeous, rounded edge look to your lengths? Opt for a U cut the next time you make a salon appointment! This style is super soft and bouncy looking making it a perfect choice for spring. What’s more, you can choose to have the layers long and blended or opt for shorter ones that gradually become longer for more bounce and texture.

Long Layer Hair With Curtain Bangs

If you love the idea of long hair and bangs but you can’t stand the thought of styling a thick fringe in warm weather, curtain bangs are the perfect choice for you. Discuss the best length for your bangs with your stylist and ask them to incorporate layers into your cut too. This will make sure your spring cut blends seamlessly and lasts you right through until the start of summer. 

Center Parted Long Hair With Blunt Cut Ends

Though you might think we’d only recommend light, feathery cuts for long hair in spring, this blunt cut style is one of our favorites, and here’s why. This dramatic blunt cut is the perfect base for curly, straight, or wavy hair. All of which immediately take on effortless 70’s boho vibes (thanks to the center parting) which are ideal for springtime. Wear your hair loose, throw on a pretty spring dress, and find the nearest meadow to frolic in!

3 Spring Inspired Hair Cut Styles for Medium Length Hair

Medium-length hairstyles are the perfect way to make sure you have the best of both worlds when it comes to styling your hair this spring. If you love to wear your hair loose as much as you love to experiment with different hairstyles and accessories, choose one of our top picks below.

Long Bangs & Layered Lengths

One of the truly great haircuts for women this spring is long bangs and layered lengths. Whether you’re blessed with wavy, curly, or straight hair, this stunning medium cut will work perfectly for you. Let it air dry and enjoy the carefree, laid-back vibes this springtime style exudes, or, style it into a seasonal up or down-do to embrace its versatile length and voluminous texture. 

Center Parted Lob

If you ask us, spring haircuts don’t get more perfect than a center-parted lob cut. Once again, this length really does suit everyone and works beautifully no matter the color or texture of your natural hair. We also love how effortlessly stylish this cut looks whether you leave it to air-dry, blow dry it straight, or choose to add a few loose curls. Simply flip it over to one side if you’re hoping to create a little extra volume and height at the roots!

Shoulder Length Hair With Feathery Layers

If you’re after a look that’s light, bouncy, and undeniably pretty for spring, choose light feathery layers with a few face-framing pieces. This haircut is great for ladies with thicker hair looking to take out a little of the weight, plus, if your hair has a natural curl or wave, it’ll look stunning when left air-dry. Not to mention those face-framing pieces at the front will instantly draw attention to your eyes!

3 Spring Inspired Hair Cut Styles for Short Hair

Though we love long and medium haircuts and styles for women, we have to say that when it comes to cute spring hairstyles, these short haircut styles for women are usually our go-to!

Choppy Bob & Bangs

If you really want to freshen up your look and go for something fresh and youthful this spring, a choppy bob and bangs will be just what you’re looking for. It adds heaps of texture and can even make finer hair appear thicker if that’s also something you’re hoping for. Wear this look straight to make the most of those fierce layers, or curl it to add extra bounce and lift to your spring style. 

Angular Side Parted Bob

Add interest to your locks from all angles this spring and opt for a side-parted angular bob. It’s one of our favorites hair cuts for women that love to wear their hair loose during the spring and summer months whilst committing to minimal styling. Flip your new chop into a side part and add a few large curls and you’re ready for work, the beach, or even a red carpet!

This is also a great style for ladies that want a definitive style yet are always on the go. Wear it all down when you’re able, then simply pin back the sides with a barrette or two when you need it out of your face. It’ll look just as chic either way!

Straight, Center Parted Bob

A style you’ve no doubt seen flooding your social feeds of late, this chic short hairstyle will be everywhere this spring, and we can totally see why! We love the paired back nature of this versatile look and how it can add an elegant touch to a jeans and shirt look but will also appear seriously chic for an evening event. 

Will you be brave enough to go for a short, chic look this spring? Or does a long, timelessly pretty layered look feel more your style? Make your appointment with us at the Anushka salon now, and finally realize the spring hair you’ve been dreaming of for months on end!

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