Looking for a new ‘do? Hairstylist Christiano Tobar always has his finger on the pulse. Listed below are his picks for the greatest trends of the year!
1) The Sharp Haircut
Hair by Wesley Hanlon, Vidal Sassoon Toronto
Those who prefer an older and ‘done’ look will cherish this trend. Think geometric Vidal Sassoon-style cuts like sharp pixies and bobs. A great example is Ryerson University fashion advisor Heidi Ruggier (top photo). She wears a super substantial black bowl cut with red lips, and it seems gorgeous. A sharp cut is already clean and tidy. For a more approachable version, I would suggest pairing it with natural highlights or solid colors. Crazy bright colors are high fashion and a lot less wearable day today.
3) Pixelated Colour
Balayage has been around for some years now, and us creative hair-world types are getting a bit tired of it! We’re going to be seeing less of the subtle look and way more bold colors Boca Raton Best salon. One big coloring trend is pixels in the hair. It’s complicated to achieve, but beautiful! Rather than painting on color employing a feathering method, it’s applied precisely to create a pixelated image on the hair.
Again, this isn’t for anyone, so for 2019, think of getting highlights instead. Highlights are the newest Balayage and, beautifully done, are stunning! I also think women like how they will look pristine and gorgeous, even with some grow out.
3) The Anti-Haircut
Very natural, undone looks are huge right now. I call this the haircut that looks as you haven’t had a haircut! Some influencers like blogger Taylor LaShae are previous professional cuts entirely, creating bobs and bowl cuts by gaining a hat and cutting around it themselves. This process isn’t for anyone, of course! The trend this year is truly only a wear-and-go style that looks like you’ve been at the beach all day. To do this look, it is, besides, crucial to air dry your hair and use hardly any product. The result is both messy and sexy at once.
4) Big 90’s Hair
Glam 90’s supermodel hair is a growing trend this year. The same week that 90’s celebrity stylist Oribe died (he did most of the big-name models), I had two clients that can be found in seeking big Cindy Crawford hair! It’s edgy and not for the average individual but also really sexy and achievable when you have the time.
The best way to get the appearance would be to blow dry your hair taking out 90% of the moisture. Blow it all forward, blow it back, and boom, you will have volume. Then you’re able to add curl with a wand. Big rollers will also be an option. There are a ton of YouTube tutorials online (like this great one by Sarah Angius) showing ways to get this look yourself using techniques that take way less time. I like that women came a long way in being able to achieve these trends themselves!