The spring season is the perfect time to experiment with different looks and styles as the weather gradually begins to warm up. If you’re looking to kick off the new season with a brand new spring hairstyle, you’ve come to the right place. The specialists at Kinks Hair & Beauty Salon have curated this list of the top spring hairstyles for 2020. Trust us, you’re going to see a lot of these hairstyles around Perth before we hit the summer. We know how important hair accessories can be as accompaniments to these styles, and so as a little bonus, we also want to provide some advice on the sorts of accessories that you could consider when thinking about choosing one of these spring hairstyles.
The bob with a deep side part
Bobs have been on the rise for the past couple of years, and from the looks of things, they aren’t going anywhere. The new change that we see coming this spring is the addition of the deep side part. More and more people will be opting for different parting styles to keep the bob style looking fresh. Consider a messy side part as well, giving you the ability to create some volume when you flick your hair over to each side.
Two iconic hair accessories that can suit any hairstyle are the headband and the headscarf. Choosing a suitable colour that complements your hair can be the perfect addition to your new bob spring hairstyle.
Given that the temperatures are slowly rising, the countdown to those lazy beach days is officially on. Adding those wavy curls to your hair is a signal that we’re officially in spring in Perth. The great thing about the beachy waves style for your hair is that it doesn’t need to be perfect, as these waves are meant to have more of an imperfect or “messy” look to them. If you’re looking for a low maintenance style that doesn’t require constant attention, then these waves could be your go-to spring hairstyle.
Messy hairstyle combined with sleek accessories
These messy hairstyles started to emerge more during our pandemic lockdown stages. Without the ability to go to a hairdresser or hairstylist, and stuck for the most part to the confines of their home, people were looking for hairstyles that required minimal effort and upkeep. Leaving hair messy and “natural” when combined with smooth accessories is a great spring look. For example, a messy low bun with a colourful floral headscarf provides you with an effortless and beautiful spring hairstyle.
Half up buns
Here is another super simple hairstyle that you can always rely on for an effortless look during spring. Combined with the fact that these half-up buns are a go-to for many different celebs, this spring hairstyle is certainly one to try this year. Separating the top half of your hair into a tight ponytail and gently pulling on it can help to add some extra height on top.
Half up buns aren’t just suitable for those with longer hair, and even if you’ve had a chop and for the bob in spring, you can still create a cute little bun with this style. Using scrunchies is always more beneficial as they don’t cause damage like a traditional hair tie might do.
Whether you’re looking for that shorter new look or just trying to cure your isolation boredom, we’ve seen fringes explode over the past few months. You could choose between sweeping side fringes, parted curtain fringes, or front bangs. Although we’ve seen plenty of DIY jobs during our self isolation lockdowns, it’s definitely best to have your fringe cut and styled by a professional hairdresser.
Kinks Hair and Beauty - Fremantle Hairdressers
The team at Kinks Hair and Beauty can help you with your new spring hairstyle, giving you the confidence and assurance that the style you’ve chosen is right for you. No matter if you want to go for that short bob, or are looking for a lighter hair tone for those warmer months, you can explore our full range of hair services and see what we can help you with. We consider things such as your lifestyle and maintenance restraints, your appearance and skin tone when looking at the best spring hairstyle for you.
Book an appointment with one of our experienced hairstylists in Fremantle today, to make sure you’re ready to blossom in spring.