Vanessa Hudgens, Kelly Osbourne and More Stars Get Coachella-Ready with Major Hair Extensions

The hottest Coachella hairstyle calls for some major length

Short hair for Coachella? That’s basically sacrilegious. Vanessa Hudgens, Kelly Osbourne, Sarah Hyland and Lily Collins are all welcoming spring (and festival season) with some serious hair extensions — proving that bobs and lobs are being retired for the warm weather months and flowing strands are back at it again.

Vanessa Hudgens

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As a perennial festival goer, Hudgens is prepping for Coachella in a major way, convincing us that waist-length curls are back in style. “She wanted to wear her hair long and free,” says her hair pro Riawna Capri. “So we decided to embrace her natural curl and add in naturally curly extensions.” Curly girls, you know what that means: It’s definitely time to let your hair grow.

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Another shocking extension debut: Kelly Osbourne said goodbye to her half buzz cut that she’s been rocking for years, replacing it with long waves. But don’t worry, she’s not giving up her signature color just yet — her lavender hue is brighter than ever.

And just as we were falling deeper in love with Lily Collins’ jaw-length bob, she proves to us that it was short lived by adding a few inches to her strands on Sunday. But we’re equally into her new boho collarbone-length look, which seems to be a happy medium between her super short cut and her previous mid-length locks.

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Rounding out the group, Sarah Hyland ditched her bob this weekend as well — she revealed her much-anticipated look for her role as Lisa Houseman in the Dirty Dancing remake. The star revealed her new layered long look on Instagram to get us ready for her new gig.

What do you think of long hair coming back? Does it make you want to grow your hair out? Tell us below.

— Jillian Ruffo

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