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We give you the inside scoop on the hottest hair trends for this spring season!

If you've been reading our Spring 2014 hair trend articles, then you'll know by now what to expect this season when it comes to bang-on-trend hairstyles. But in case you missed it, the hottest hairdos for 2014 (in a nutshell) are:
Bobs- short and/or asymmetrical
Chunky, choppy layered 'dos
Light pink hair
Long, loose mermaid waves
Super chic androgynous haircuts
Make sure to sure check out our articles on those haircuts for some more hairstyle inspiration!

For now, check out these celebrities and models who were papped wearing the hottest Spring 2014 hair trends and see how great they look 'in action'. And if you find one you like, make sure to try it on in the Virtual Hairstyler to see how it looks on you, before you make the commitment at the salon!

Tika Sumpter hairstyles

Tika Sumpter is working the bob trend here with finesse. Tika's jaw length blunt bob is bang on trend and looks oh so chic with her oval face shape. This haircut suits oblong, square and diamond face shapes as well. We love the fabulous Sixties vibe that Tika rocks through her bob, which can be achieved by creating a centre part and adding loads of volume in the roots. To get that smooth Sixties finish, Tika has used a large round brush to create a voluminous rounded shape to her locks. This chic hairdo gets 10/10 for style!

Model with blonde and pink hair

Here, our model is rockin' two trends in one with her light pink highlights and jagged, chunky layers. This spring, experiment with geometric lines in your hair and go for bold layers with minimal blending. Of course, this look works for straight hair only—the styling time would be a lot to commit to if you had texture in your hair. Because of the strong lines in this modern Cleopatra-style haircut, it's best suited to women with oval, oblong and diamond face shape, although some hearts could pull it off as well.

Dawn Olivieri hairstyles

Dawn Olivieri is also incorporating a few trends into her funky hairdo here for a head turning effect. Her shoulder length bob looks fabulous with soft mermaid waves and a whole lotta volume throughout! The stunning violet-pink color is also bang on trend and looks amazing with her complexion—Kelly Osbourne take note: this is how you pull off purple! This hairstyle will suit women with wavy or straight hair who have oval, oblong, square or diamond face shapes. The cool colors suit black, brown and blonde hair only. So if you have red hair you may want to stick with a vibrant pink shade if you want to go for a vibrant bold color.

As you can see, Spring 2014 is a great season to get that funky cut and/or color that you have always wanted to try! It's an exciting time in hair as colors that were once considered too punky to pull off for most women are now becoming mainstream. Coloring techniques are also getting more artistic and futuristic-looking which is great for women who like to be ahead of their time.

As for haircuts, anything goes these days as long as you tailor it to your personality and make it your own. How are you updating your hairstyle and/or color for the spring? Share it in the comment box below!

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