Spring is about to well, spring, and with that comes new hair style trends to bounce into the new season with. To get an idea for what looks we’re likely to see over the next few months, we picked the brain of hair stylist Brittany Jones from Fox and Jane Salon in Colorado Springs. Here’s her take on the hottest Springtime looks to freshen up those locks after a long winter.

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Natural locks

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According to Brittany, hair trends are all over the map and across the board this year. From silky stick-straight hair parted down the middle (think Cher), to embracing your natural, frizzy curls, anything goes this upcoming season. “Perfectly styled hair is taking a backseat to more wash-and-go styles,” says Brittany. Her advice? Rock the natural texture you were born with!

Oh Boy, Crop 

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The “boy crop” is one bold cut on trend this season. Brittany says that you don’t need high cheekbones to pull of this look. With so many different versions of the cut out there, you can do a much more angled cut for rounder/softer features.

Tie it Down

Low ponytails are also making a comeback this season, according to her. “Low ponys can be worn slicked back, or messy with a severe part.” She suggests tip-tilting your head to the side for best styling results for a desired, perfect, low ponytail.

Bangs, anyone?

Brittany also says that fringe is in for Spring. “Almost anyone can rock fringe. Ask your stylist what is best for you.”

To dye for

As far as hair colors on trend for Spring? According to her, it’s all about metallics. While she says this look is for anyone, she advises that going this route does require a little bit of extra effort. “You want the color to look polished,” Brittany says.

With a final word of advice, Brittany adds: “If you’re wanting a major change for Spring, go for the crop. Just make sure that you find a stylist that understands what you are looking for, and that the stylist is able to make it work with and for your features.”