Spring 2015 Hairstyle and Color Trends

Today is the first day of spring and to welcome the new sunny season, we consulted two Paul Mitchell® professional stylists about trending hairstyles and hair colors for spring 2015. Danielle Valiente is a celebrity hairstylist with a pulse on all things fashionable and Jamie Anderbery-Stout is a Regional Color Coordinator (aka hair color expert) for John Paul Mitchell Systems, so we let these gals school us on what’s cool for spring.


According to Danielle, when it comes to hairstyles the undone look will be preferred, instead of perfectly coiffed looks. Here’s her checklist for understanding the spring 2015 trends and getting the right look:

Side Parts OUT / Center Parts IN

High Ponytails OUT / Low Ponytails IN

Curled Hair OUT / Naturally Dried Texture IN

Solid Fringe OUT / Soft Wispy Fringe IN

The LOB OUT / Medium to Long Haircuts created with a Razor IN

Braids: Still IN, just more on the messy side, almost as if you slept in it and kept it that way when you woke up.


Jamie reports that this spring we will see soft, subtle and open hues, with an emphasis on natural-looking hair color. The it-colors will be uncomplicated, such as natural, sun-kissed shades of blonde with hints of Pantone’s Custard or Strawberry Ice and beautiful, rich brunettes with hints of soft colors like Marsala or Toasted Almond. Danielle added that pastel hair color, which was ever-popular in 2014, will take a backseat to champagnes and blush-toned blondes (think rose gold and subtle pinks!).

In tune with the season, spring hairstyles and colors are subtle, soft and easy to adopt. Feeling inspired to update your cut and color for spring 2015? Book a salon appointment now!

Taylor deDiego is Paul Mitchell's Web Content Writer and resident style hunter. She spends her days writing copy, keeping tabs on our social channels and testing new DIY hairstyles in our in-house salon.  

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