When planning your next trip to your hairstylist for a new "do", celebrity hairstyles are helpful sources of inspiration. Celebrities are typically forward-looking of what's latest and trendy. They are trend setters that help you decide on what style to follow. You can always hear others say that they want the hair style similar to this particular celebrity. Even to the simplest style that celebrities have, people always consider the look to be something appealing.Every celebrity has a different hair style and different methods of sustaining such style. Nowadays, celebrity hair styles seem to be changing too fast, too soon. Just like technology, nothing stays the same for long. This is vital when choosing a hairstyle. You have to have a hairstyle that is "sustainable", in a manner of speaking. Color has also become quite significant in this year's line up of top celebrity hair styles. Come to think of it, colors look like they're geared up for the limits this year. Here are celebrities who are making a buzz with their 2010 "dos":
Victoria Beckham's short haircut is one of the hottest celebrity hair styles this year with her new blonde hair. The front of the hairstyle shows uneven lengths and the right side is longer than the left. This hairstyle gives Victoria a sun-kissed look, and provides an appearance that's very natural.
Hairstyles will continue to be more relaxed and laid back this year. Bobs are so popular that they would probably stick around. Hairstyles like Gossip Girl's Blake Lively are gaining popularity. You might want to try longer bobs which are perfect for those who want a refined look with a little casual feel. You can also discover new hair colour trends this year.
Christina Aguillera's mid-length bob is also a hot one. This style features polished finishes that creates a classy look and really harmonize her blonde hair colour. Asymmetrical bobs can also be accomplished by cutting hair on the back and shorter than on the sides. This look is ideal for those who want an unusual style or a look that has a little edge (Tim Faber).