Spring 2019 hair trends

On-trend hair for Spring 2019
On-trend hair for Spring 2019

During Fashion Month – which saw Fashion Week take place at London, New York, Milan and Paris – we were checking out which hairstyles peppered the runways as spring 2019’s hot looks. It seems that next season’s all about bold, dramatic hair ranging from slicked-back up-dos and pastel colours to tousled waves and accessories galore.

Not only does fashion love nostalgia, with past trends making regular appearances decades down the line, so too does beauty. Hair specifically. The hair style that’s tipped to be spring’s biggest inspiration is the 90s blowout which is blowing your hair to a smooth finish with lots of natural volume.

Other hair trends made an appearance too. Check out this line up of the coolest trends we’ve seen and start practicing now so you’re ready to copy them in time for spring…

90s blowout

90s blowout

Source: Harper’s Bazaar / Imaxtree

Lots of volume and lots of length styled to be beautiful, healthy and off the face.

60s chic

60s chic

Source: Harper’s Bazaar / Imaxtree

Bohemian curls and braids with wooden beads on hair that’s been textured from the roots to the tips.

Surfer girl

Surfer girl

Source: WWD / Delphine Achard

This easy, relaxed hairstyle was created with volumizing product for texture and spray wax to complete the look.

Frame for statement earrings

Frame for statement earrings

Source: Harper’s Bazaar / Imaxtree

Straight hair was slicked back to behind the ears to show off those designer earrings to best effect.

Half up-half down

Half up - half down

Source: Harper’s Bazaar / Imaxtree

A super high bun – sometimes tidy, sometimes messy – with a length of free-falling hair was a popular choice.

Low ponytails

Low ponytail

Source: Harper’s Bazaar / Imaxtree

Shiny, low-set ponytails – in this case side-parted – were yet again a runway staple.

Pastel hair dyes

Pastel hair dyes

Source: Elle / Imaxtree / Marc Jacobs

The styles varied but pastel colours ran throughout, here shown with a buzz cut.

Neon clip-in extensions

Neon clip-in extensions

Source: Allure / Alice & Olivia

Streaks of neon colour by way of clip-in extensions secured into a messy, low ponytail and accentuated with matching coloured earrings.

Twisted bun

Twisted bun

Source: Elle / Matteo Valle

Copious amounts of gel and pins created this timeless, neat bun at the nape of the neck.

Ethereal style

Ethereal style

Source: WWD / Jane Kim

Wild hair decorated with flowers and jewellery gave a romantic feel to match models’ clothing.

Sporty cool

Sporty cool

Source: Elle / Matteo Valle

Fila used headbands (shown here), bucket hats and caps to complement the brand’s classic, sporty looks.

Silk headscarves

Silk headscarves

Source: Allure / Michael Kors

Inspired by the 60s and 70s but with 2018 surfer vibes, silk scarves made an appearance on loose hair.

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