13 celebrity hair switch-ups to try now
Charlize may have chopped off her shoulder-length locks for a role, but we hope she'll keep them this way. If you were to look up fuss-free hair in the dictionary, we swear this picture would appear.
The First Lady almost upstaged the presidential inauguration with her fresh statement fringe. While most celebs are switching to more low-maintenance hair for spring, Michelle goes the other way — and we can't help but love it.
The New Girl's chin-length bob may have been faux, but we'd love to see her rock a shorter style come spring. The length and the side-swept bangs frame her face nicely, creating a softer, prettier look.
In the sea of celebs dying their hair lighter, Britney chose to darken her platinum blonde locks to a more natural brunette shade. And you know what? We like it.
Stacy's Oscars 'do marked a major change from her lighter, longer locks. Those fun curls bring out the girly-girl in us that can't wait to ditch our scarves for beachy dresses.
Michelle Williams is growing out her sweet pixie into a more sophisticated asymmetrical 'do. We're excited to see all the ways the super-cool mom-actress will pin it back this spring.
We can't stop staring at Rihanna's new long, light waves. The major perk? The chance to experiment with all different ways of putting it up.
The Aussie actress chopped off her wavy locks in favor of a straight and simple cut. The middle part and blunt ends give her hair a more sophisticated look — without trying too hard, of course.
Our April cover girl cut her long ombre locks to well, shorter ombre locks. Regardless, the layered cut feels fresher and less weighed down.
As the weather gets warmer, shades get lighter. Natalie Portman brightened her features by switching from chocolate brown to hazelnut.