Hair Republic Spring Hair Trend Report 2014

As the cold season has finally begun to retreat, off come our toques and we begin to think about the tops of our heads again. Spring’s new beginnings have us opting to chop or trying a new look in preparation for what the bright and warmer seasons have in store. A look at what’s on the beat for hairstyles this season.


Paint It
Get artistic in the beauty sense and add some rainbow brights to you locks. Colour is a big hit with models this season, like Chloe Norgaard and Natalie Westling. A fun way to switch things up for festivals, beach days and nights spent outside. Try on short or long hair for temporary colour.
Hint: Head to Hair Republic and let the pros do it for you for the best results.



Get knotty
Braids are still on the scene this season, and have taken a hint from the romantic era. Long, thick and loose, with strands in the front pulled out to softly frame the face at Alberta Feretti, and slightly frizzed at Giles.


Braids, ponys and puffs of hair were adorned with tiny flowers. Keep flowers tiny and scattered, like at Dolce & Gabanna and Zac Posen, where models heads were scattered with a smattering of blooms. Or keep it simple as seen at Honor with a tiny sprig of blossoms tucked above the ear into a low pony.


Fancy Ponytails
Sleek low ponys with blunt ends were gathered at the nape of the neck and tied with thick gold buckles at Jason Wu, a decorated headband at Valentino, and wrapped underneath with plaid at Rodarte.


Crop It
Feeling like your longer locks are weighing you down? See your HR stylist for a cute cropped cut inspired by the choppy wigs models rocked at Marc Jacobs.


Written by AVL. Images collected from Pinterest, Harpers Bazaar, Vogue and

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