When it comes to spring/summer staples, be it Coachella and other festivals across the country or heading out for an evening to the lake or beach, bangs and ponytails are ALWAYS on trend. While the grow out period to make them look truly on point is the hardest part, we help you skip over that phase by offering the clip-in hair to get the job done! Explore some celebrity style inspiration below and get ready to get your glam on!
Bangs & Fringe Hairstyle Trends
Megan Fox’s Curtain Bangs
Ringing in spring, Fox shared a few snaps of her new look created by celebrity hairstylist Dimitris Giannetos who gave her a messy top knot (achievable effortlessly with a Perfect Locks Scrunchie) but also some eyelash kissing curtain bangs. The look is made fun for spring and summer with little tendrils of hair that add that little bit of casual to a look ready for beach season!
Selena Gomez’ Wavy Bangs
Selena stepped into April with a bold new look: chopping some of her length courtesy of hairdresser Orlando Pita for a wavy, textured bob paired with equally wavy curtain bangs. One of the fantastic things about the bob going into spring/summer is that with all of its texture, it grows out perfectly into autumn.
Khloé Kardashian’s Oscars “Scarface” Bangs
For this year’s Oscars, Khloé Kardashian attended Jay-Z’s After Party with a look that was inspired by actress Michelle Pfeiffer’s look in the movie “Scarface” as Elvira Hancock.
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Ponytail Hairstyle Trends
Ciara’s “Back to School” Top Pony
In collaboration with her brand Dare To Roam, Ciara modeled a new neon green backpack with a super high ponytail that flowed out from the top of her head for a “back to school” look. With neon dominating everything in the 80s and 90s, what gives her pony a retro flair is the ends given a super shiny look with flipped up ends.
Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner’s Y2K Baby Braids
Remember Baby Braids? This Y2K trend is back along with all things 2000s and most recently was seen on Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner. Last month during Paris fashion week, Bella shared a photo of the look with her ponytail braided into multiple tight baby braids with smooth ends, racking up 1.2 million likes.
The following week Kendall Jenner was going all in on the warm weather with a center part, slicked back hair look with baby braids tumbling down her back that racked up 7.3 million likes!
Jessica Chastain’s Class Hollywood Pony
Wearing full-on Gucci, Jessica Chastain took to the red carpet with a flowing gradient burnt orange to purple gown that transitioned away from her stunning auburn hair. In the back? A free flowing modern ponytail that paired well with her 1930s style gown. P.S. Anyone can do this with a clip-in ponytail!
Anna Taylor-Joy’s Royal Goddess Braided Ponytail
Actress Anna Taylor-Joy, starring as Olga in Robert Egger’s “The Northman” movie, showed up for the LA premiere looking fairytale regal! A large goddess ponytail braid in a thick plait tumbled down her back, fixed to the back of her head with a vanilla ivory ribbon. What made this look so classically Viking inspired was the wavy natural texture of her hair.
Ariana Grande’s Barbie Ponytail
Another Y2K hair trend making a comeback is one that was iconically inspired by Mattel’s Barbie doll, its name becoming synonymous with this ultra high ponytail. Most commonly seen on Ariana Grande, this ponytail forms at the crown of the head, tumbling down wherever you want to throw it.
Kim Kardashian’s “Wet Hair” Center Part Pony
The "Occasion" Ponytail is still a go-to staple for weddings and runways alike and no one wore it on the Red Carpet better than Kim Kardashian. She dazzled in a form fitting electric blue dress with a massive train, but crowning her look was a mermaid length ponytail, sleeked down with oil for a wet hair look that reached down past her waist. She wasn’t alone in going for the “wet hair” look, as Kourtney Kardashian, Naomi Scott, Ciara, and Hunter Schafer also went for it as well.