Hairstyle ideas for the new season are rife, so we've compiled your very own ultimate little black book of spring hairstyles. Take a look, and prepared to be seriously inspired...
Hairstyle ideas: we’ve all got our favourites – our go-tos, our must-wears, our old faithfuls. But, like fashion, popular hairstyles should change with the seasons and there are some pretty impressive new looks making waves in the A-list world right now (no pun intended).
Cuts for the new season are getting shorter (but not scarier, we promise), with a whole section of the A-list favouring the elfin pixie crop. The medium cut is another style firmly securing itself as one this season’s must-have looks. Long hair lovers, watch out, this might be your season to switch up your look…
So, if you’re fresh out of hairstyle ideas this month, consult our round up of the favoured celebrity cuts, styles and colours. You never know, you might just discover your new hair go-to…
Ahna O’Reilly’s halo braid hairstyle is gorgeous. Work some loose waves into fine strands to give it that ethereal finish.
Blowdry out your long locks with a round brush to achieve Amanda Seyfried’s glossy hairstyle. She keeps the tips curled inwards to create the illusion of volume.
Holland Roden’s long auburn mane are shown off to great effect with this bold ponytail. By running thick sections of hair through curlers she’s created great weight at the ends. Brush it out to create a textured effect and tie into a low ponytail.
Ignoring her sisters’ lead with hip-length gothic locks, Elizabeth Olsen keeps her long hairstyle to a just-passed medium length so to create body at shoulder height. Wear yours with soft, short strands at the front to frame the face.
Recreate Rachel Bilson’s heavenly half up, half down hairstyle but centre parting the lengths and scooping the top section from the temple toe a sweet plait at the back.
Colour chameleon Emma Stone is some of the most sought-after locks in Hollywood but we’ve become particularly fond of her medium hairstyle – only the cut for spring 2014 – wear toussled ringlets in yours to create that mussed up style.
A low ponytail is a perfect look for SJP. For long faces, try a one-sided style to create weight over one shoulder. This style features relaxed curls that fall into loose waves as her hair fades from brown in blonde.
Hello blonde Cheryl Cole. This new look suits the star’s poker straight locks no end. She keeps it luminous with a great long cut layering longest underneath and graduating to the front of her face.
Elle Fanning’s sweet style is definitely one to channel at the turn of spring. She recplicates a catwalk-famed style with a sweet side clip at the eyebrow arch.
Amanda Seyfried is blessed with some glorious, natural locks. Normally, she keeps her hair healthy with straight, low maintenance looks but occasionally she ups the glamour factor with lustrous curls. Wear yours on one side to create a thicker body of hair.
Barbara Palvin makes her hairstyle look easy. Effortlessly cool in every way, this relaxed curl hairstyle takes a parting from far on one side to give it a playful energy.
A half up, half down ‘do is a faithful hairstyle go-to. Naomie Harris adds complements her tribal ensemble with twisted braids from the side of the face to highlight her high cheekbones.
Get Cara Delevingne’s catwalks-ready side-plaited hairstyle with ease. Create big barrel curls in large sections of the hair, part far on one side and braid it backwards into small plaits to help it sit firmly over one shoulder.
For a glamorous high summer look, halo braids are a popular choice. To maintain a mod-look, stick to a centre parting at the front but scrape back behind the braid.
We can’t get enough of Clemence Poesy’s chic French style. For a relaxed day daytime hairstyle idea, wear a thick, low plait teasing at the lengths to give it a fishtail feel. This style suits a medium cut best – long is just too obvious.
Kate Middleton is the queen of glossy hairstyles. A unique hairstyle idea adopted by the Duchess, is right curls at the bottom and a relaxed, brushed out style at the roots.
2014 screen star Brit Marling is creeping up our hair lust list. She gave us the idea wear this veyr glossy hairstyle. Thanks Brit.
For ombre hairstyles with blonde hair, wear a half up to accentuate the colour change. Doutzen Kroes highlights her blonde fade with this glamorous hairstyle idea.
Rita Ora is becoming a master of the slicked back red carpet hairstyle, once a catwalk favourites. Instead of sweeping from the front the long lengths, she’s kept her parting and swept the hair back at the sides to put her spin on the look.
Though Jessica Biel’s red carpet hairstyle is curly, she gives her one shoulder hairstyle some shape by pinning her fringe in a round fashion beside her cheek, and some subtle curls in random strands of the hair.
Olivia Palermo doesn’t wear her hair up often, but when she does you know it’s going to be elegant. She maintains a centre part and brushes the hair neatly back into a large mid-height bun.
Scarlett Johansson shows off a sweeping up-do with high volume. Use firm-hold hairspray to backcomb the lengths before pinning them at the back and tease at strands to give it a messy look on top.
Girl of the moment, Foxes, has some of the best new hairstyles on the scene. She wears a heavy fringe and messy curls. For a laidback look, she whips her toussled locks into a retro high ponytail.
Still lusting after half-up, hanf-down ‘dos? You’ll love this Olivia Palermo hairstyle idea. Grab the sections from just above ear height and sweep them backwards, holding them low and gathering them at the back.
Rihanna’s worn her hair every which way over the years. This retro hairstyle is classicly beautiful – she creates high-shine victory rolls at the front and a crimped ponytail to match.
We’ve long been in awe of Jessica Alba’s ever-evolving ombre hairstyle. The subtle hair colour change is worn best with a medium cut for 2014.
Hair hero Carey Mulligan adopted this cute pixie crop back in 2011 but it’s still a style that we’re championing for spring 2014. Wear it bold and bright in Carey’s platinum hue and sweep it effortlessly to one side for a feminine touch.
As shown on the SS14 catwalks, the floral crown is back. Keira Knightley makes this style work with a short hairstyle by intertwining strands of the hair through the halo.
Sweeten up a spring hairstyle with a 1950s ribbon hairstyle. This look is flirty and fun but also oh so easy to replicate.
We think we’ve found the idea festival hairstyle idea. Copy Elle Fanning’s squeeky clean style by plaiting tiny braids from the front of the face to the back and layer lightly over the lengths. To finish the look, create feminine flicks at the tips.
We didn’t need much convincing that J Law’s pixie crop was a very good move. Jen plays with tomboy and feminine styles with her new haircut, but we like this textured look best, embracing her natural mousey brown roots with accents of bright blonde.
If updos are your sepeciality, you’ll know that a little plait goes a long way. Heidi Klum’s ponytail braid is pulled at the band to create a loose, voluminous style, while she leaves the tips tight to create great shape.
Red carpet beauty doesn’t come more classic than this Cate Blanchett hairstyle. If you’re searching for the perfect bridal or occasion hairstyle, emulate Cate’s elegant hair look with tight ringlets in the front, starting from cheekbone height.
Anna Friel perfects the messy updo with ease. For a low maintenance up hairstyle that suits long or short cuts alike, tie your hair back loosely into a medium bun and use matte hair wax to tease strands from the top and sides.
Kate Bosworth’s up hairstyle is one idea we might not have ever conjured up ourselves (and it may well need more than two hands). But, if you can french plait, you’re halfway there…
Jessica Chastain turns a red carpet hairstyle on its head by creating great weight around her eyes and cheek level with some sizeable curls.
For a screen siren hairstyle, it’s wise to always look to Rita Ora. She creates a curly hairstyle with an air of Jessica Rabbit with large low curls that turn away from her face and cascade down her back and shoulders.
Lea Michele’s wet look hairstyle perfectly suits a brunette ‘do. Keep the ends glossy while the crown is well-fixed with plenty of firm-hold products.
We would only hope that Bradley Cooper’s girlfriend would be this amazing. Obsessed with her hair is an understatement. Suki Waterhouse secures sweeping fringes with curly lengths a place in our most coveted 2014 hairstyles.
Sometime we rather miss Rihanna’s long hair, but we know it will be back soon with the amount that she yo-yos. If you wear your hair at this length, divide the lengths into fine strands and create tight ringlets, but crucially, only from the chin down.
Katy Perry is a keen advocate of retro hairstyling. Wearing her hair behind her shoulder on one side, she creates a high-gloss look with a wide-set wave.
Joan Smalls keeps her ombre brunette ‘do relaxed for this casual day look by running some thin curls through the ends with a large curl at the front to hug her face.
Dakota Fanning champions the medium hairstyle for spring, wearing a blunt cut at collar bone length. We’re totally copying.
Back in her blonder days, Leigh Lezark was the proud purveyor of a short blonde crop. This style suits any colour but works best to soften an angular face.
Looking for a special summertime hairstyle ideas? Julianne Hough debuts this girlie braid that’s plaited neatly from right to left at the front of the face for an angellic appearance.
What’s not to love about Megan Fox’s luxtrous locks? For chocolate brunettes, a mass of ringlet-curled lengths creates a striking look for day or night.
Go bold this spring with the ever-popular pixie crop – it certainly worked for Emma Watson.
Simple but classic, Georgia May Jagger twists her ringlets at the tips to give them a knotted effect.
The medium bob is a fast becoming one of our biggest 2014 hair obsessions. Like Alice Eve, curl yours under at the ends to frame a cherub face.