Matteo Valle

The Spring 2018 Hair Trends You Can Wear Right Now

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When it comes to hair trends, we like to know about them well in advance (it takes time to chop, dye and style those strands, after all). And since we’re all about getting a head start on things, we’re already seeking inspiration from the best time of the year: Fashion Month. From New York to Milan, these are the six Spring 2018 hair looks to start wearing now. It won’t be long before everyone else does, too.

Whether you prefer faux flowers or real blooms, adding them to your go-to hairstyle is just what you need to breathe new life into your look.

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Rodarte

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Philipp Plein

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The Blondes

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Naeem Khan

Courtesy of Redken

Dolce & Gabbana

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Marchesa

Get creative with your braids or enlist the help of a friend to score a hairstyle that is on trend and versatile.

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Calvin Luo

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Marc Valvo

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Philipp Plein

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Ports 1961

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Preen

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Jeremy Scott

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Christian Siriano

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Vicky Zhang

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Jill Stuart

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Piccione.Piccione

A trend fit for Juliet, these 'dos include wispy tendrils, perfect curls, crowns made of hair and just the right amount of romantic accents to set you apart from the crowd, while still being wearable.

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Brock Collection

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Delpozo

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Emporio Armani

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Naeem Khan

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Atena Re

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Jonathan Simkhai

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Vicky Zhang

Even the most tried-and-true hairstyles can use a little something extra. Whether it's strategically placed bobby pins or getting creative with bungee cords and leather, it's all about the finishing touches.

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Sally LaPointe

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Simone Rocha

Courtesy of Redken

Versace

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Puma x Fenty by Rihanna

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Ulla Johnson

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Alberta Ferretti

We've seen the sleek, wet style before, and it'll be back next spring looking wetter (and better) than ever. Pull your hair into a shiny ponytail or let it loose to be on trend all season long.

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Pucci

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Ermanno Scervino

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Jason Wu

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Alberta Ferretti

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Etro

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Roberto Cavalli

We were shocked to see color make a splash for fall, but we're excited to watch it continue into spring. This season, dye jobs run the gamut from electric hues to pale pastels.

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Jeremy Scott

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Gucci

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Grinko

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Grinko

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Daizy Shely