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All the Spring Hair Color Trends You'll Be Dying to Try

Mar 8 2013 - 5:55am

Whether it's a snip, snip here or a dye job there, it seems that Winter's thaw has women scrambling to change up their styles. If you love your length but still want to give your style a boost, then a trip to the colorist's chair may be your best option. Lucky for you, we've rounded up the five top hair color trends for Spring. Just keep clicking.

Blond With Roots

Emma Stone [1], Charlize Theron [2], and Jessica Stam have all been spotted sporting this lighter hair trend, which is great for girls who don't want to fully commit to their golden strands. Leaving the roots dark also keeps the color edgier and more mature.


Who didn't watch Jessica Chastain during award season and drool over her gorgeous crimson locks? Shailene Woodley also recently adopted the hue [3] for her role in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

Dark Brown With Highlights

Two-toned brown seems to be cropping up on the manes of plenty of stars this Spring, including Britney Spears [4], who changed up her hair hue [5] earlier this month. Caramel highlights add dimension to deep, chestnut-brown hair, making this the perfect shade for ladies who want to embrace their brunette locks.

More Subtle Ombré

Ombré is not, by any means, dead . . . it's just taken on a new form. Instead of the high-contrast look, stars like Rihanna [6] and Amber Heard have been wearing the gradient hair color in a less dramatic honey color that starts higher up.

Jet Black

When Jennifer Lawrence [7] stepped out right after the Oscars with black hair [8], we noticed a bunch of other celebrities opting for this darker hue as well. Naya Rivera and Lea Michele [9] are also fans of this practically black color.

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