What is cool for hairstyle in 2019
Hairstyle trends 2019. Curly Bangs, loves to experiment with her hair. We’ve seen the triple threat wear long waves, a red bob, and stick-straight strands, among other styles. But it’s her curly hair and matching curly bangs that are majorly trending. Stacy Ho, a hairstylist at Méche Salon in Los Angeles, believes bangs will continue to reign. “Everywhere we look, people are loving the comeback of the bang,” she says. “They can be cut to be soft, strong and chic, or short and edgy; and they come in so many lengths, shapes, textures, and styles.” Forget what you heard about curly bangs — with the right stylist, you can find the curly fringe for you.
Top-knots used to be the hairstyle of choice only if you had three-day old hair or weren’t leaving the house, but then Chanel’s Fall 2018 ready-to-wear show happened. The models appeared on the runway as if they had literally just thrown their hair up into the up-do and suddenly ‘undone’ hair was cool again. The trick to the perfect ‘imperfectly perfect’ bun, is to tie your hair into a ponytail before twisting it into a bun, so that the ends remain loose and messy. Then, for added texture use Hair by McKnight’s Easy UpDo and Modern Hairspray – just as was used backstage at the show by celebrity hairstylist Sam McKnight.
This isn’t your mother’s shag from the ’70s. This modern take on the cut is 2019’s answer to all of the blunt cuts that where so popular in 2018. Full of texture and movement, it’s a great in-between cut for anyone who’s transitioning from a shorter to longer length because the layers keep hair from looking too heavy. “To create a messy/undone look, use a texturizing product life in wet hair,” says de Zeeuw. “Blow-dry the hair while your head is upside down, and finish with a styling paste.” For curly hair, she suggests prepping with a curl-enhancing product like . Twist the curls, and let it air-dry or use a diffuser on your blow dryer. Finish by separating the curls with your fingers and use a bit of serum to define them.
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Actress Lucy Boynton’s blunt bob proves how versatile effortless waves look at any length. A tousled texture adds a level of coolness to your cut. To extend this style, be sure to apply TRESemmé Beauty Full Volume Hair Mousse ($8), which is celebrity stylist Tyler Laswell’s go-to technique to prep the hair for fab beach waves. “This is my favorite mousse for this look because it gives soft volume and touchable hold,” he says. Does this picture make you want micro bangs right now? Same. The composition of her bangs, layers, and waves frame her face so beautifully. To recreate this style, Laswell suggests using your fingers and taking small to medium-size sections of your hair and stretching it from the root to create natural volume. “After blow-drying, take 1-inch thick, by 3-inches wide sections of your hair, and gently clamp with a flat-iron. Then flat-rock it back and forth with your wrist as you pull down the hair shaft,” Laswell explains. “Finish by spritzing TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist Hair Spray Hold Level 3: Boost ($5) all over and brush through with your fingers. This hairspray is my go-to for this look because it continues the vibe of touchable hold.”
An easy way to get tons of texture without styling tools is by twisting, braiding, or pulling your hair back into a twisted bun. Work with your texture, not against it. Don’t get frustrated, though, this may take trial and error, so be patient with yourself. As you braid, twist, or wrap your hair into a bun, massage Devacurl Wave Maker Touchable Texture Whip ($26) into your hair to assist along the way. Let this protective style sit for a while, and sleep on it if you can for the best results. You’ll wake up to the most natural looking waves.