In Case You Missed It: Celeb Style Changes of March
Spring is coming! Spring is coming! If this isn't evident to you from your local weather forecast (still wearing your winter hats?), it should be evident from many of the recently cropped and lightened up hairstyles we've seen on several starlets in the past few weeks.
As we prepare to welcome a new season of styles with the start of April next week, we decided to take a quick look back at a few of the biggest celeb style changes of note from the past few weeks of March. Which new look are you most inspired by--if any at all?
|Kourtney Kardashian Gets Bangs
Earlier this month, the eldest Kardashian sister shared a photo on Instagram of a fresh new ''do, complete with lighter, "dark honey beige blonde" ends and brand new, wispy fringe. Some fans shared their criticisms of Kourtney's new look, and longtime Kardashian stylist Peter Savic recently shared with US Weekly that the new fringe was actually his idea: ""I've been suggesting bangs to her for a long time and also to lighten her hair. The picture on Instagram isn't that accurate! It looks much nicer in person. Kourtney looks great with bangs."
|Ashley Benson Goes Back to Blonde
Ashley entered the spotlight in her breakout role as the blonde Hanna on ABC's teen drama Pretty Little Liars, but she's risen to even higher fame recently for her role in the just-released (and slightly controversial) Spring Breakers movie with James Franco. The 23-year-old star took a walk on the darker side at the beginning of March by going brunette, telling People.com she was just "bored" with her look: ""I feel more myself brunette to be honest. I love dark hair, dark clothing." But just three weeks later, Ashley was back to her former honey blonde, as evidenced by this Keek video she shared with fans on Twitter.
|Snooki Ditches Her Ruby Red Locks...Kind Of
MODERN has featured Snooki's shock-red, ruby extensions before, when the MTV reality star first launched her nail line last year. Nicole Polizzi told MODERN editor Alison Shipley that she was rocking Great Lengths Extensions, applied by Bradley Moreland at Gemini 14 Salon in New York City, and that she loved the fullness the extensions added to her already-lengthy hair. But just last week, Snooki went back to Moreland in New York City seeking a lower-maintenance look that would let her keep just a little bit of her "fireball" red extensions. "It's hard with a baby to maintain your color every few weeks," Moreland told US Weekly. "I brought her color back to a rich shiny black and added Great Lengths ombre extensions, giving a ruby red finish to the ends. I finished the look off with some flirty bangs."