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We’re finally packing away our beanies and treating ourselves to a little R&R at the salon because why shouldn’t our hair be as pretty as the flowers in bloom?

To get our tresses on-trend, we asked the pros what colors we should be eyeing for a spring refresh. Hair experts reveal the top color trends below!

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Beachy Bronde

“Beachy bronde (a mix of brown and blonde tones) is effortlessly cool and universally flattering since it falls right in the middle of the hair color spectrum. With a warm or cool toner, it can be adjusted to each person’s skin and eye color to give each client their most flattering shade,” says George Papanikolas, a celebrity stylist at Matrix.


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Into the Woods

This trend is for all the dark-haired beauties. “It takes naturally darker hair and blends in hints of pale ash, maple, or pine shades. The melting of tones creates a rich and sophisticated color and will cause everyone to be envious of your luscious locks,” explains Carolyn Aronson, CEO and Founder of It’s a 10 Hair Care.


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Pastel Balayage

Pastel balayage is a go-to look, “as we enter the festival season since it’s a great way to experiment with a playful color sans the commitment. But it does require some maintenance as these tones tend to fade quickly. Use an acid-based shampoo like Matrix Total Results Keep Me Vivid to seal the cuticle and to maintain the color longer,” says Papanikolas.


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Baby Blonde

If you’ve been dying to go platinum blonde, ease into it with the baby blonde color. It has a warm, paler base and almost white highlights. “Since this is a mixture of warm and cool, it works well with all skin tones,” explains Stephanie Brown, master colorist at IKG Salon.


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No BS Brunette

If you prefer a low-maintenance look for the warmer days, Tiffanie Richards, a colorist at Nunzio Saviano Salon, suggests adding a few highlights around the front hairline because this pattern allows for brightness without brass. “Having darker roots grants brunettes a natural feel while having pops of a blonde offers a striking finish,” she says.

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xx, The FabFitFun Team