Trends in hairstyle industry for 2019. People who watched Netflix’s recent smash hit Russian Doll can’t stop talking about two things: that scary elevator scene and star Natasha Lyonne’s hair. More specifically, it’s her curly bangs that make everyone wonder if they too can try the gorgeous cut, whether they have naturally curly hair or not. Hairstylist Ted Gibson, the man behind Sandra Oh’s glorious fringe, previously told Allure that nailing curly bangs starts with a serious chat with your stylist. He also mentions they should be cut with scissors (held vertically) for “a softer edge.”
From the humble hair clip to more statement bows and ribbons, hair accessories have stolen the hair limelight in recent months. Irwin predicts a sophisticated version will only grow in popularity. “It really started over the summer months where the heat was extreme and so people were wearing their hair up and accessorising. Although all of the accessories differ in shape and style, they all can be adapted to a multitude of looks which is why I think it will be key for 2019.” She recommends Syd Hayes’ high-fashion pins and Ashley Williamson’s diamante clips.
You’re not sick of your bob just yet, but you want to freshen up your for the new year? Add a set of bangs. “Bangs will change the face frame of the haircut, and that creates a more individual look,” says de Zeeuw. “You can call bangs ‘the voice’ of the haircut.” If you have curly hair, she says to work with the natural texture of your hair and not to go too short. With straight hair, keep your face shape in mind when choosing the bang style you like. When you’re styling them, use products sparingly because they can weigh bangs down and make them look greasy.
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If you look closely, you can see Lana Condor snuck in purple clip-ins on her bob, which works so well with this fun style if you want to experiment with temporary color. She went for soft waves to add a bit of shape and structure to this blunt cut. That, shine, though, is everything. Oribe Apres Beach Wave and Shine Spray ($44) will deliver similar results. Who says beachy waves only belong on long hair? Take Kate Mara’s cool-girl cut, for example. Edge up a heavy bang by adding a few lifted waves. For long-lasting volume, hold IGK Beach Club Texture Spray ($29) two inches away from your hair and spritz a generous amount for added shine without the crunch, thanks to the glycerin and wheat protein in its formula.
Gabrielle Union looks like a walking goddess with these waves, which are on the tighter, more defined end of texture. The best thing about waves like this is they last, so you’ll have waves for days. Soon, these waves will loosen and fall, revealing a messier texture you’ll still want to rock. Part your hair into sections and use the Bed Head Curlipop Tourmaline Ceramic Tapered Styling Iron ($25) for this spiral s-wave effect.