March 04, 2020 2 min read

 

Spring is a time of transition, and as it grows closer you may be considering getting in the spirit with a new hairstyle. Taking the lead are celebrities like Kerry Washington, Lizzo, Lupita Nyongo'o and Zoe Kravitz. If you're having trouble deciding what look to go for, here are some A-list suggestions for black hairstyles to help you out.

 

1. Taraji P. Henson

Taraji P. Henson

Bringing in the new year with a range of new hair care products, actress Taraji P. Henson is an obvious figure to emulate. Ever-inspiring with luscious curls and subtle colours, Taraji P. Henson hair is something that could make you stand out this spring. She's been showcasing the results of her new product range to her 15 million Insta followers, so it won't be hard to find that inspiration you're looking for!

 

2. Tracee Ellis Ross

Another inspiration for many black hairstyles, actress Tracee Ellis Ross is always quick to celebrate Afro hair in all its beauty. Her own hair-care range targets curly hair, and there are few people better to emulate this spring if your own hair is full of stunning curls.

 

3. Logan Browning

Logan Browning

Nothing shines brighter than a bounty of lush curls, and when the sun comes out in 2020 that's where black hair trends are going! Few do it better than Logan Browning, who we've already seen sporting some iconic Afro curls at red carpet events leading up to the spring.

 

4. Amandla Stenberg

Amandla Stenberg

If you would like to take your hair in a different direction this spring, Amandla Stenberg offered a stunning alternative at the Oscars. Her braided bob hairstyle, with gorgeous blonde colouring, really raised the bar for simple elegance. Give yourself a touch of that celebrity presence by following her lead to celebrate the change of season.

 

5. Zoe Kravitz

Zoe Kravitz

In another diversion from the big curls trend, Zoe Kravitz was the picture of beauty when she arrived at the BAFTAs looking like a real-life trophy. Her short, side-parted hair is effortlessly chic, and could provide you with a stylish yet relatively low-maintenance African hair style for the spring.

 

6. Sibley Scoles

Sibley Scoles

Finally, if you want to make a statement with something a little more radical, then Sibley Scoles is your shining light. She always finds creative and stunning ways to sport the pixie haircut, using bright, distinctive colours to stand out from the crowd. If you have the type of personality that always makes an impact, then having a hairstyle that does the same thing is a no-brainer! Sibley knows how to think outside the box with her hairstyle choices, so we can't help but include her in this list.

However you choose to approach the hair issue this spring, we hope these iconic black hairstyles have got your creative juices flowing. Black and beautiful is where it's at in 2020, and we want to help you celebrate the spring by embracing the African hairstyle idea that will make you look and feel your best.


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