As summer rolls around, many of us feel tempted to switch up our appearance. There's something about the sun that seems to send us all into something of a hysteria - and nowhere is this more apparent than in the realm of hair. As soon as the temperature rises by a couple of degrees, women around the world seem to be struck by one thought: "I should cut my hair!"

Well, whether you're already tempted or not, it seems like the celebrity world is keen to encourage a warm weather chop. Considering a new look for summer, and on the hunt for inspiration? Get scrolling.

It's that time of year again.

As summer rolls around, with it, we start to experience all of its usual trappings - longer evenings, an influx of bugs, and a strange desire to day drink.

It's truly a wonderful time of year.

There's something about the summer months that simultaneously chills us out, while also lifting our spirits.

But that doesn't mean that there aren't downsides.

And one perpetual complaint about the summer months? Those days when the heat just gets too much.

It's kind of ironic.

We spend the whole of the winter praying for the temperature to rise and for summer to begin and the moment that it does, we all seem to realize that it's just too hot!

And, for women, there's one very specific obstacle.

As anyone with long hair will tell you, summer weather can sometimes present a certain type of misery.

Long hair can be a joy.

But, similarly, it can also be pretty miserable - particularly during particularly unsuitable weather conditions.

But, in summer, hair becomes particularly problematic.

The combination of heat, humidity, sweat, suncream, and soft summer breeze tends to lead long-hair havers to feel stifled, weighed down, and generally unpleasant.

Which can have one particular result.

Many of us choose the warmer months to decide to make a big hair change - typically by removing as much of it as possible.

But an impulsive haircut isn't always the best idea.

While hot weather makes a drastic chop seem tempting, it's important to think through your hairdo, and not just be ruled by your instinctual desire to feel cooler.

But, done right, a summer chop can be revolutionary.

If you're tempted to rid yourself of some of your heavy, sweaty mane - but don't want to end up feeling haircut-regret - then we (along with a bunch of stunning celebs) have the solution for you.

Going for a summer bob can be super pretty.

Lucy Boynton (Bohemian Rhapsody) looks stunning with this center-parted, choppy look with a darkened root.

Or consider going for bangs.

Vanessa Hudgens proves that it can look super cute and retro when paired with a bob.

Like a retro vibe?

This voluminous, bouncy look on supermodel, Emily Ratajkowski, is perfect.

How short dare you go?

Emma Roberts rocks the "best friend in a '90s sitcom" vibe with this earlobe-length style.

Worried bobs aren't sexy?

Well, Kim Kardashian is here to prove you wrong with this perfectly curled under, longer bob.

What if you're blessed with curls?

Victoria's Secret model, Alanna Arrington, proves that ringlets also look beautiful at a shorter length.

Texture works beautifully on shorter hair.

Kerry Washington, star of Scandal, looks truly gorgeous with this piecey look. You can achieve similar vibes using a small amount of hair wax and twisting in sections.

A bob needn't mean hair in your eyes.

Morgot Robbie, known for her roles as Harley Quinn and Elizabeth I, clips back the front sections of her hair to stunning effect.

And bobs aren't exclusive of any texture.

Supermodel, Jourdan Dunn, rocks a braided bob, and looks hot as hell doing it.

Bobs can look super soft and pretty.

This ombre look on Pretty Little Liars star, Lucy Hale, is pretty and smart - as your roots grow out, they'll blend right into your style.

Blonde looks great bobbed.

Star of Dancing With The Stars, Julianne Hough, looks truly great - and appears to have matched her hair color to her outfit.

In fact, bobs look great in any color.

Hailey Bieber look gorgeous in her offbeat shade. We're also feeling pretty jealous of her hair's shine - what's her secret?

Don't feel put off if your hair doesn't hold texture, either.

Dua Lipa goes for a classic, sleek style that anyone could pull off. And, again, that shine!

This bob style is a little more alternative.

Going for baby bangs always gives a look some edge, as Simi Haze proves.

But they can also be a truly classic style.

Insecure's Yvonne Orji goes for a more classic style that's appropriate for the office and for the bar.

Bobs can be super versatile.

Ciara looks stunning with her slicked-back, wet look shorter hair 'do.

You can play with your parting for extra versatility.

Bebe Rexha goes for a deep side parting for a cute, hair-flip vibe.

Bobs are a great way to embrace your natural texture.

As actress and singer, Olivia Holt, proves. You can add salt spray or curl-enhancing gel and scrunch hair while it dries to encourage your waves to come out.

But you needn't go for an undone wave.

Model Olivia CUlpo looks more like a prom queen with these ringlet-esque, bouncy curls.

And it seems like big names are convinced that bobs are the way forward.

Taylor Swift has long been known for her long locks - but now even she's rocking a shorter do. And if that's not an endorsement, I don't know what is.