The Hottest Hair Trends of 2019

There’s no better way to ready yourself for the upcoming New Year than with a fresh new hair colour and styling. Classy, comfortable, relaxed or elegant, we have chosen the 4 hottest Hair trends for this upcoming new season as well as some eye-catching images to help you choose your favourite style.

We’ve put together a selection of the top hair trends of 2019! Read on if you’re looking for some inspiration for your mane-makeover!

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Blunt bobs

Classy, yet simple and effortless. The blunt bob has been everywhere this year - and for good reason! A blunt bob cut is a shorter style with a characteristic straight cut at the ends. Shorter styles tend to have the ability to make us look years younger, and the blunt bob cut is no exception. Bob cuts are also a great way to add more volume to thinner hair. A blunt bob cut can add a huge amount of volume and texture of your hair, when layered well. Bob cuts transcend time, and a blunt bob cut is just one of the many variations that has been trending in 2019.

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Mushroom Brown

Mushroom brown is a neutral toned colour that is made up of a combination of brown and grey shades- just like, you got it, a mushroom! It’s been all the rage this year. It’s created using a mixture of different coloured lowlights and highlights with an ash brown base. Mushroom brown is a great transitional shade, and you really get the best of both worlds.

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Mushroom Brown

Mushroom brown is a neutral toned colour that is made up of a combination of brown and grey shades- just like, you got it, a mushroom! It’s been all the rage this year. It’s created using a mixture of different coloured lowlights and highlights with an ash brown base. Mushroom brown is a great transitional shade, and you really get the best of both worlds.

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Mushroom Brown

Mushroom brown is a neutral toned colour that is made up of a combination of brown and grey shades- just like, you got it, a mushroom! It’s been all the rage this year. It’s created using a mixture of different coloured lowlights and highlights with an ash brown base. Mushroom brown is a great transitional shade, and you really get the best of both worlds.

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