Spring 2016 is the Season for Short, Sweet, and Sexy

hair careSpring is here! The season of renewal and rejuvenation just screams for fun, bold new looks. Lose some of the heavy locks weighing you down and spring into warm weather fun!

Some of our loveliest celebrity ladies have already taken the plunge. Below are a few of this season's favorite short hairstyles.

Sleek bob with middle part: The sleek bob is the very definition of a classic. You can't go wrong with straight, shiny, and professional. Split the part straight down the middle and you have an edgy hairstyle fit for a boss.

Voluminous Pixie: The pixie cut blew up a couple of years ago, allowing ladies to shed those long tresses while remaining feminine and playful. This year, add a little volume to your pixie cut like Vanessa Hudgens did for her character in Grease. Or, you can take note of Anne Hathaway's long, windswept layers that top off her pixie.

Teased and curled pixie: The teased and curled pixie takes the voluminous pixie to the next level. Top pieces are curly and teased out to add even more rebelliousness to this already fierce look. Just check out Jennifer Hudson's style at The Color Purple's Broadway cast photocall.

Wavy or beachy bob: Hair care has never been so easy. Manageable and cute, a wavy, beachy look cut short is perfect for the on-the-go-girl and the beach bum alike!

Slicked back bob: This short hairstyle has the length of a bob, topped with full sweeping volume that sets the hair away from the face so your smile can shine. It's sleek, classy, and bold.

Pastels: Pastels have been a hot trend in hair care for a while now, with celebrities and regular ladies dying their hair fun soft colors like lavender and pale pink. Pastels are looking better than ever on shorter hairstyles, particularly the wavy bob!

Nothing feels more satisfying than a new haircut, especially when you are sporting something that changes your look completely. In fact, 25% of women say that they change their hair to "reinvent" themselves. As many as 44% make a hairstyle change just because they're bored. Who can argue with that? And a whole 61% of women who have changed their hairstyle admit that they "just wanted a change." Change is healthy. Luckily, the hair salon offers so many options when it comes to hair care and fashion.

When you're ready for a change or simply want to see healthier hair, hot oil treatments, keratin treatments, hair highlights and coloring are just a few ways to feel refreshed and ready for spring.

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