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Blunt Is the New Sharp: 5 Hairstyles To Welcome Spring

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Spring is the season of new life and a new haircut. Sure, you needed your best mane game during winter, but it's time to say goodbye to unnecessary luggage and free your head from all that weight. And while some haircuts make your life difficult (maintaining the shape, curling the ends, keeping it on fleek), there's one haircut that will change your life altogether and teach you to be stylishly reckless: a brave, blunt chop.

Blunt haircuts are in this spring, and scissor-smart girls can easily pull this off by snipping away the uneven edges of their hair into a straight lob. There's something sophisticated in symmetry, but if you're the messy kind, there are ways to make it your own. Here are some tips:

Falling for fringe. If you don't want to cut your hair all the way through, why not sport a fringe instead? Bangs can make your face look smaller especially if you've got thick hair. To soften the look, have the rest of your hair cut with sharp layers. Go for a nice caramel brown for a girly look.

Blunt Is the New Sharp: 5 Hairstyles To Welcome Spring

Sharp and straight. Be the girl from that shampoo commercial by wearing your hair long and strong. The straight cut makes you look edgy and elegant whenever you want it, plus the length gives you opportunities to create different styles. Get a darker tone for that high-end hair. if you can, splurge on some hair treatment to make your hair look soft and glossy.

Blunt Is the New Sharp: 5 Hairstyles To Welcome Spring

Beach-ready blunt. Girls with mid-length hair can welcome the change by sporting a short, mermaid hair. Meant for the fun and the adventurous, it's time to go all out with colors. Pick pastel pinks and lilacs for a change, or opt for a sleeker blonde balayage.

Blunt Is the New Sharp: 5 Hairstyles To Welcome Spring

Shoulder sass. Frame your face with a shoulder-length, one-color chop. Nothing beats the basic. Not only does it make your hair look fuller, you also get a classic, fuss-free hairstyle that's easy to maintain. If you want more fun, add some highlights to your color. Wear it with a middle parting or opt for a sleek ponytail for a sharper look.

Blunt Is the New Sharp: 5 Hairstyles To Welcome Spring

Wonder wisps. A blunt, below-the-chin cut gives your look a fresh perspective, especially with a new color. Short and sweet haircuts are low-maintenance, plus, they put the attention to your face. Get subtle highlights to create soft shades in your hair. A nice bob is just perfect for you to enjoy the spring season without too much weight on your shoulders.

Blunt Is the New Sharp: 5 Hairstyles To Welcome Spring