Hairstyle style directions for 2019. Blunt Bob, Bobs are nothing new, but if it seems like celebs are going shorter this year, it’s because they are. Hairstylist Ashley Streicher, who just joined R+Co’s Collective, says her clients are asking for “shorter and bolder” cuts. She recently chopped Mandy Moore’s hair into a messy, blunt bob that’s super trendy this season. “I find that people are liking a heavier, more blunt look this spring,” she explains. “I love a really blunt, perfect cut, that when not styled at all, still makes a statement. It’s a perfect cut that’s worn a bit messier.”
A lack of volume is one of the most common hair concerns for woman and the reason why there are so many volumising shampoo formulas on the market. It’s no wonder then that our personal fascination with adding body to our tresses has triggered a trend for extreme volume come next season. Your greatest inspiration comes from the Versace pre-fall 2019 runway where Guido Palau used super-long extensions to add gravity-defining height at the roots. “The big hair was inspired by Pierpaolo Piccioli, he wanted to have some extravagance in the hair and we were looking at old ’60s Diana Vreeland Harper’s Bazaar and Avedon shoots,” said Palau. For a more practical nod to the trend, add volume by prepping your hair with Redken’s Guts, before liberally applying lots of Bumble & bumble’s Strong Finish Hairspray.
The cut favored by all of your ’90s-era heartthrobs is making a comeback, and it looks so much more chic on Emilia Clarke than it did on Brad Pitt. This pixie is short on the sides with long, choppy layers up top. “This hairstyle is very nice for a lot of different face shapes because there’s a ton of ways that you can style it,” explains de Zeeuw. “With a round face shape, go for more volume on top. For a long face shape, you can wear the front part down, and you can alter it with a messy fringe.” Generally, short haircuts have to be styled every day — even if you’re going for an undone finish. To add body to flat second-day hair, try blasting the top layers of your pixie cut with a volumizing spray like and then muss them up.
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If you naturally have fine hair, like supermodel Bella Hadid, beachy waves are a great way to trick the eye with volume. Celebrity stylist and co-founder of R+Co, Garren, recommends lathering R+Co Sail Soft Wave Spray ($29) to breathe life into limp hair. “After you shampoo and condition your hair, that’s when I would apply the product,” Garren suggests. “For fine and straight hair, form the waves with your hands with a wide-tooth comb and caress it with a diffuser to help dry the hair a little quicker.”
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.