2015 Hairstyles: The Looks You’ll Be Rocking All Year

Two models with the shoulder-length wave at Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 2015

If we had a nickel for every time we instructed a reluctant hairstylist to give us blunt bangs or an aggressive bleach job, only to regret the choice mere hours later, we’d have enough cash for a fancy cut and color, and then some. So if come January 1st you find yourself aching to change up your look, take a beat before you head to the salon and check out our predictions for the biggest hair trends for 2015 first. Hair’s to a happy and well-coiffed New Year!

The No-Nonsense Center Part

Classic, chic and oh-so-simple, the center part is making a major comeback, and we couldn't be more excited.

Image: Naeem Khan Spring/Summer 2015

The Grown-Out Pixie

For those of you who went full-on Michelle Williams in 2014 and are looking for a bit more length, fear not: 2015 is all about the slightly grown-out pixie.

Image: Zadig and Voltaire Spring/Summer 2015

The Low Ponytail

As much as we love a perfectly imperfect topknot, there's something so refreshingly feminine about a loose, low-slung pony. For a burst of boldness, secure with a sleek, Céline-esque barrette.

Image: Jason Wu Spring/Summer 2015

The Natural Curls

Attention all curly haired girls: Step away from the flat iron! Let your ringlets run free by letting them air-dry (with the help of some defining product) into a retro-tinged, full-bodied style.

Image: A.P.C. Spring/Summer 2015

The New Ombré

A severe ombré 'do is quite literally so last year. Instead, opt for "sombré" (that's soft ombré for the uninitiated), a delicate gradient developed by the hair experts at Jo Hansford salon in London.

Image: Christopher Kane Spring/Summer 2015

The Shoulder-Length Wave

While billowy beachy waves had their time in the sun, it's time for barely-there waves to swoop in and save the day (and shave precious minutes from your morning routine).

Image: Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 2015