Spring Hair Trend: Flowers

Spring Hair Trend: Flowers(Source: ImaxTree; Honor, Zac Posen, Anna Sui, Jenny Packham)Nothing signals the arrival of spring quite like the first sight of buds peeking through the earth, and many designers took this to heart by adorning models's hair with faux flowers on the spring 2014 runways. Although the look ranged from modern minimalism to retro bohemian, one thing's for certain: this feminine trend is in full bloom. Get inspired by the fashionable floral coiffs below, then replicate the looks at home with our similar product picks. 

Spring Hair Trend: Flowers(Source: ImaxTree, Mia Beauty)This sophisticated style at Honor was one of our favorite hair looks of the season. Hairstylist James Pecis added a cluster of irridescent white flowers onto one side of the models's low, textured ponytails to swoonworthy effect. Channel your own inner woodland nymph with Mia Beauty's Mini Silver Flower hair stickers (four for $10).

Spring Hair Trend: Flowers(Source: ImaxTree, Claire's)The imperfect updos that Odile Gilbert for Kérastase created at Zac Posen featured silk flowers that the designer created himself. The curly coiff is unabashedly romantic, making it perfect for spring weddings. Try peppering your own 'do with Claire's Glitter Lily and Feathers Hair Clips ($5.50 each) for a similarly whimsical touch.

Spring Hair Trend: Flowers(Source: ImaxTree, Urban Outfitters)Boho babes will adore the undone waves that hairstylist Garren created for Anna Sui by crimping product-less locks with a triple-barrel waver. You can easily re-create this effortless style by braiding wet hair before bed to create natural, roughed-up bends in the morning, then slipping on a flower crown, such as Urban Outfitters's Blossom Flower Crown Headwrap ($18)—perfect for upcoming music festivals.

Spring Hair Trend: Flowers(Source: ImaxTree, The Button Sisters/Etsy)Over at Jenny Packham, the trend took a beachy turn as Jeanie Syfu for TRESemmé secured simple tropical-flower barettes above the temple to punctuate full, flowing curls. You can do the same with The Button Sisters White Flower Bobby Pins ($4.99)—just make sure to fasten yours opposite a deep side part for balance.
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