Beauty Hair The 6 Biggest Hairstyle Trends to Wear This Spring Copy these looks before everyone else does. By Erin Lukas Erin Lukas Instagram Twitter Erin is a Brooklyn-based beauty editor and has been with InStyle since 2016. She covers all facets of beauty for the site. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on February 27, 2020 @ 04:15PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Getty Images At long last, spring is finally upon us. But if you haven't felt that inexplicable urge to kick off the season fresh, whether it's by online shopping for a new wardrobe, or switching up your hairstyle with one of 2020's biggest hair trends, we're here to get you inspired. Celebs recently blessed us with a ton of hair ideas that look amazing on every hair type, and a bunch of different lengths, so we've compiled a list of the styles that are about to be everywhere. Whether you're looking to take your go-to high ponytail to the next level or feeling the early '00s nostalgia of an updo with two face-framing tendrils, this season's most popular looks will check off all the boxes. Below, the six biggest hairstyle trends of spring 2020, along with key tips on how to achieve each look. 1. The High Pony Getty Images/Instagram High ponytails will never not be in style, because there's about a million ways to wear one — whether your hair is blown out like Rihanna's or you have you have in knotless braids like Laura Harrier. It's all in the tiny details that make the classic pony feel like it's a style you've never seen before. HOW TO STYLE IT: Rihanna's stylist, Yusef, added a few cornrows that fed into the singer's ponytail and ran Suave Professionals Natural Hair Define & Shine Gel Serum through the tail for extra shine. For Harrier's braided pony, celebrity-favorite Justine Marjan brushed and laid the actress' baby hairs. 2. A Bob with a Deep Side Part Getty Images It's a new decade, but the bob is not going anywhere any time soon. If you're still into your shoulder-length cut, but want to make more spicy, it's as simple as changing your part. (Yes, really.) Deep side parts were all over the red carpet during the 2020 award season. HOW TO STYLE IT: While Kerry Washington's stylist Takisha Sturdivant-Drew took a Paul Mitchell flat iron to her bob to give it a sleek and sexy vibe, Zoey Deutch went with a '60s flip out. If you're stressed about your style holding up, Gregory Russell coated the Politician star's hair with Dove's Style + Care Compressed Micro Mist Extra Hold Hairspray to set it in place. 3. Put a Pearl On It Getty Images/Instagram Instead of clutching your pearls, put them in your hair. The glossy white beads look great on an accessory like a hair clip or pin, but they're straight up gorgeous when placed onto your actual hair. HOW TO STYLE IT: Add a string-like line of pearls along your part like Lucy Boynton, or scatter them all over your box braids like what celebrity stylist Lacy Redway did to Tessa Thompson's plaits. OK, but how do you get the pearls you bought at Michaels to stick onto your hair? Boynton's stylist Jenny Cho used Gorilla Gel from the drugstore. 4. The Flip In Getty Images Voluminous hair transcends decades, but flicking out the ends of your blowout is a look that defined the '60s. The hair flip goes both ways, and thanks to celebs like Sophie Turner and Jennifer Lopez, turning your ends inwards is another retro style that's trending this spring. HOW TO STYLE IT: For a smooth, frizz-free finish, J.Lo's go-to hairstylist and Color Wow global creative director Chris Appleton is a fan of the brand's Dream Coat Supernatural Spray. The heat-activated treatment seals in moisture and tightens the hair strands to protect against humidity. VIDEO: The 5 Haircut Trends That Will Dominate 2020 5. Double Tendrils Getty Images/Instagram Whether or not you're going to prom this spring, your updo is nothing without two face-framing tendrils. You can do chunky pieces as seen on Dua Lipa, or a opt for a few wispy curls like Emma Watson. How you accessorize your bun is entirely up to you. HOW TO STYLE IT: At the 2020 Grammy Awards, Lipa's early '00s-inspired updo was so shiny, her hair was like the equivalent of glass skin. Chris Appleton sprayed a boar bristle brush with Color Wow's Pop & Lock Crystallite Shellac and ran it through her hair for that extra glossy finish. 6. Beachy Waves Getty Images Beachy waves are the ice coffee of spring hairstyles. As soon as it's warm enough, you're going to want to switch from curling your hair to adding loose bends. HOW TO STYLE IT: The best part of this classic spring hairstyle is that it's actually pretty effortless to achieve. Instead of using a curling iron, try waving your hair in an S shape using a flat iron with beveled edges like ghd's Platinum+ Styler. Just don't be too fussy when you're doing it — your waves are supposed to look undone.