Hairstyles for Spring 2015

Spring’s (almost) sprung! With spring time almost upon us, there are new and exciting hair and beauty trends everywhere you turn! It is now the middle of the awards season, with the Golden Globes and the Oscars giving celebrities the opportunity to flaunt their new spring looks on the catwalk and it’s time for us all to take note!


Long Bob “The Lob”

Kim Kardashian has made the decision to chop off her locks and go for the lob, a style that has been around for a while but is quickly becoming the hottest celeb cut going. Celebrities such as Nicole Kidman, Kristen Bell and of course, Kim K are absolutely rocking this look on the red carpet.


Blonde colour tones are very in fashion this season, and can be tailored to suit a wide variety of skin types. One of the most frequently seen blonde shades is caramel blonde, as sported by Jessica Alba at this year’s Golden Globes. She has gone that step further to use balayage in her hair colouring in order to blend the caramel blonde tones in with her more natural brunette colouring and better compliment her skin tone.

Centre Parting

Another celebrity hair trend that is very popular this spring is quite simply a middle parting. So many celebrities are doing it! Check with your hair stylist whether this will suit your face shape and if so, go for it. Celebrities such Keira Knightley, Reese Witherspoon and Solange Knowles have all rocked this look on the red carpet at the Oscars this year. Solange proves that it’s a style that works fantastically well with curly hair as well as straight.

It is so important to protect your hair from the elements so be sure to use protection such as Kerastase Chronologiste (now available at Giannassos) to provide moisture, and if possible, use a masque treatment once a week at home to strengthen your hair and provide shine! If you’re looking for a new look this spring, come and visit us in our Covent Garden salon for a consultation with one of our hair stylists.

Which are your favourite hairstyles for Spring 2015?