The Most Popular Hair Trends for 2019
Give Your Locks an On-Trend Update with These Styles, Cuts, and Colors
Lots Of Volume
This one is a no brainer: Down South, volume is always in style. Beyond bouncy blowouts and teasing combs, this year it’s all about thicker, healthier-looking tresses. Try using volume-boosting products to create over-sized styles such as voluminous topknots or wide braids.
While a great cut is crucial, what’s happening around the face is just as important. Update your look by adding bangs of any length or thickness.
Different variations of this classic style are going to be everywhere. There are so many ways to turn up your tail: Wear it high at the crown of your head or down by the nape, try a tiered style, or wrap the base in a chic ribbon.
While polished curls are always pretty, more effortless textures are in. Show off your hair’s natural body by creating soft bend with your curling iron and spritzing in wave spray.
The Hot Hair Cuts
Whether you want a subtle change or full-blown transformation, these cuts are going to be the next big thing at the salon.
Short Hair Styles
The best way to make a blunt bob feel current is to keep the length at chin-level and only add layers on the inside.
Choppy Layers With Bangs
Embrace the 90s with short shaggy layers and bangs a la Bridget Bardot.
Super Short Bob
If you like an edgy pixie, try rocking an extra short bob. It makes a statement while showing off your features.
Medium Length Styles
Trimming hair right at or a little below the collarbone is flattering for everyone.
Blunt Ends With Face-Framing Layers
A straight-across cut makes hair appear fuller— just incorporate a few layers near the front to keep the style soft and feminine.
A mid-length shag is a popular cut that also shows off your natural texture.
Long Hair Styles
Channel a more boho vibe with a middle part and cascading ends.
Keep it sleek and simple with a stick straight style.
Thick bangs (from side swept to straight across) instantly add more intrigue to long lengths.
The Hot Hair Colors
If you’re wanting to update your hue, look no further than these popular shades for blondes, brunettes, and redheads.
For a fresh take on bronde (the hair color that straddles the line between blonde and brown), try beige. It’s a light brown with warm, golden tones in it.
Move over, platinum, creamy vanilla is the new blonde on the block. It’s a warmer white without any icy undertones.
Chocolates, Cocoas and Caramels
For darker-haired beauties, go for rich candy-inspired tones like chocolates, cocoas and caramels.
While the words “hair” and “burnt” should never together, the one time it’s okay is in terms of hair color. Update red or copper hair with hints of dark brown.