Spring hair trends range from the wet look to big hair to psychedelic dyes and braids. The Spring ‘22 runways gave us a wide range of hair options.

Designers presented their Spring ’22 collections last month, and we saw a range of different trends ranging from avant-garde to more classic styles. The catwalks were full of creativity and originality, but they were also full of revamped styles from the past. 

We saw stratospheric volume and super short wet looks, as well as pin-straight styles and braids. Some trends were back from last season, but many others went for nostalgic Y2K vibes. The hairstyle trends for ‘Spring 22 are so varied that there’s honestly something for everyone.

Here is a brief summary of the hairstyles trends that reigned the Spring ‘22 runways.


On the Spring 22 runways, braids remained one of the top hairstyles. On this occasion, this they were back in different skinnier versions that brought fun to looks. You can wear full braids or opt for just one or two to add a unique detail to your hairstyle. 

We saw this trend from: Altuzarra, Dior, Erdem, Proenza Schouler

Super straight 

This upcoming season we’ll be saying goodbye to curls and waves. The trend is straightened hair. Once again, the fashion of the 90s and 2000s is back with super straight hairstyles, regardless of the length of your hair. This type of hairstyle requires constant maintenance, so if you decide to try it, be prepared to take great care of your hair. 

We saw this trend from: Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent, Versace

Middle part

A trend we saw last season continued on the Spring ‘22 runways. We saw countless models with middle parts, a preppy and youthful style that has become a favorite among hairstylists and is very popular within street style. Whether curly or straight, tied back or long and loose,  the middle-parted hair is here to stay. 

We saw this trend from: Gabriela Hearst, Givenchy, Isabel Marant, Longchamp

In the rain

The wet look that was popular in the past is back. During the Spring 22 shows, we saw different variations of the wet look, from pixie cuts to super long manes. The trick is to apply product to create a wet effect that looks like you’ve just come out of the shower.

We saw this trend from: Chloé, Giorgio Armani, Lanvin, Simone Rocha 

Rainbow dye

This trend is not for the faint of heart. This upcoming season, we’ll be seeing vibrant dye jobs in striking colors. And, we’re not talking about red or platinum blonde, but green, blue, pink and purple tones. It’s time to be the center of attention. 

We saw this trend from: Loewe, Marni, Tom Ford, Valentino 


The Spring 22 shows made something very clear: big hair is back. These lion manes with big curls give off an effortless feel. If you have naturally curly hair, show off its size and volume. Just let your hair dry naturally to achieve that extra oomph.

We saw this trend from: AZ Factory, Fendi, Hermès, Lacoste



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