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2019 Trend Predictions: Muse of London’s Carly Price

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In the next of our 2019 trend prediction series, Carly Price of Muse of London tells us what will be big in 2019.

Hair colour

For 2019, we will see a lot of copper tones and strawberry blondes with lots of dimension and shine. For brunettes who want to update their hair colour but don’t want to fully commit to an all-over rich and fiery red copper hue, copper highlights are great and will give the hair depth, movement and will also warm the hair up coming into SS19.

Bold pop-bright hair colours will also be popular this year. Think sunshine-like yellows, petrol blues, fiery oranges and fuchsia pinks. These hair colours are not for the faint-hearted and will definitely allow clients to stand out from the crowd and show off their personality.

It’s all about pushing the boundaries with colour. If your client is feeling really adventurous, teaming two bright hair colour shades also looks incredible such as blue and green to give the hair a stunning mermaid-like hair colour transformation.

Haircuts and styling

For 2019, it’s all about effortless, messy hair. Messy textured hair looks great with all hair lengths and types, however, I particularly like this look teamed with a shoulder length cut.

This look is easy for clients to achieve by simply sleeping in braids overnight or by using texturising sprays such as salt sprays to mess the hair up.

I also love using hot irons to create soft ‘undone’ waves in client’s hair to give the hair a romantic finish.

Choppy, heavy mid-length cuts and bobs I predict will also be popular this year that give the hair dimension and weight for a sexy, structured finish. These hairstyles are perfect for those with thin hair to give the hair body and volume.

Fringes that were popular in 2018 remain for 2019. However, we will start to see people experimenting with longer fringe hairstyles. Longer fringes are great as they frame the face, add shape to the hair and do not require as much styling as a regular short fringe would.

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