The new season is coming, and it’s always a time for changes
and a new experience. Variations of hairstyles in fall/winter
2018-2019 please us with their diversity. So lovers of
experiments will be satisfied — there will be bold colors and
shapes in fashion. Besides, there’s also something universal
yet trendy for everyone this season: layers, slight negligence,
and the return of one forgotten detail from the past . .
Best Hair Trends of Autumn/Winter 2018–2019 for Those Who Long
Every year millions of stylists and designers strive to create
a vivid look with the help of extraordinary solutions. Let’s
review the most fashionable haircuts of the autumn/winter
season 2018-2019, as well as discuss the key trends in
#1: Fringed Bobs — I Woke Up Like This!
Messy, shaggy cuts with curtain bangs will be huge this autumn
and winter! They’re convenient, classy, and easy to style.
Bangs with a middle part is the Brigitte Bardot-inspired hair
trend, and it’s still relevant — isn’t it impressive? It seems
like you woke up in the morning with a ready hairdo. Think
about interesting tones for coloring your strands, and the
hairstyle will lead your whole look to a new level. Soft
coloring in ombre/balayage technique will also be an
#2: Claw Clips — The 90s Are Back!
Women whose youth fell on the late 80s and mid-90s were sure in
the early 2000s that high-waisted jeans, multi-colored plastic
bracelets, colorful cotton overalls, scrunchies, and claw clips for hair would never
come back into style. Well, they were mistaken. The fashion for
hair crab claws was revived recently by the famous hairstylist
Guido Palau in collaboration with the Alexander Wang brand. On
the showing of the Alexander Wang autumn/winter 2018–2019
collection, all the hairstyles were made with the help of these
accessories. So, now you can also buy a claw clip or find one
at home (on the shelf in your bathroom, for example) and become
a real fashionista yourself.
#3: Party Wigs — A Little Party Never Killed Nobody!
It’s not that I encourage you to wear a wig (although it’s warm
and convenient in the cold season . . . just kidding), but some
options will definitely help you create an outrageous look,
especially if you don’t want to radically change your hair
color. You can also try this hair trend on for a disco or
#4: Natural-Looking Extensions — Rapunzel, Is That You?
Hallelujah! According to beauty experts, girls who have very
thin hair or those who can’t wait to grow it long can finally
and shamelessly resort to hair extensions. They can be clip-in, micro-bead,
sew-in, tape-in, or fusion extensions — depending on your hair
type and on how long you want to wear them. Follow all the
instructions and tips your stylist will give you to keep your
new hair looking good: wash it with special shampoos for hair
extensions, be sure to use a special conditioner, and, of
course, don’t overdry it with a hairdryer.
#5: Shades of Auburn — Take Summer with You!
When the weather gets colder, the popularity of warm hair
shades grows. Auburn, caramel, copper, honey, and cinnamon hair
tones evoke warm associations and pleasant memories of the sun
and summer season. These colors look great on waves and curly
hair, and in combination with layered haircuts. Also, with the main
auburn undertone, the combination of darker and lighter strands
looks awesome and really stylish.
#6: DNA Braid — Recall Your Biology Classes!
Braids haven’t gone out of fashion for several seasons, but the
techniques of their weaving are becoming ever more
sophisticated. So, now DNA braids (viral braids) are gaining
popularity and have already become one of the hottest trends of
fall/winter 2018–2019. It’s much easier to make them than it
might seem at first glance. First, separate the hair into three
sections. Then, put thin strands from the right and the left
parts crosswise, and twist them around the central section.
Such a hairstyle looks fabulous on rainbow hair and hair with highlights, flattering
the shine of colors.
#7: Chocolate Brown — Natural Is the New Black!
One of the trendiest hair colors of the upcoming fall and
winter season is deep chocolate. Auburn or amber strands are
also welcome, giving the hair beautiful highlights. Chocolate brown can make your eyes
brighter, no matter whether they’re green or brown. And
depending on the skin color, it can create an excellent play of
contrasts or enhance the bronze tone. In general, it’s unique,
beautiful, and versatile.
#8: Experiments with Colors — Try If You Dare!
Sometimes every girl feels that she desperately needs some
radical changes in life. So why not start small and add some
freshness and bright colors to your hairstyle? Holographic, pixel, mermaid, unicorn hair, prints,
and patterns — all of these techniques are not only the hottest
trends in fall/winter 2018–2019, but also look incredibly
interesting, original, and extravagant, giving glamour to any
#9: Middle Part — All Genius Is Simple!
Fashion continues its struggle for naturalness and minimalism.
A voluminous bouffant and ideally curled locks are again
replaced by middle parting. Despite all its simplicity, the
middle-part hairstyle looks stylish and refined, giving a hint
of luxurious negligence to the look. But before mastering a new
trend, define your face shape: the middle part looks good on
round- and oval-shaped faces, but it won’t suit triangular or
diamond faces, unless you wear bangs or a layered haircut with
strands falling on your face.
#10: Embracing Gray Locks — Wear Them Proudly!
Women always used to be afraid of this hair color — though
bright and unusual, it was considered a sign of fading beauty
and youth. Well, in autumn/winter 2018–2019 you can stop dying
your hair and accept your natural silver color because it’s
fabulous, elegant, and super trendy! One important note: gray
hues on younger girls aren’t fashionable this season (as we
mentioned in the article about not-so-fresh trends), while
natural gray is as hot as ever.
It’s said that a new hairstyle means a new life. If so, then
you can start your life anew every Monday this fall and winter.
Braid your hair, color it with flashy tones, or cut it off and
start wearing bangs — just as you’ve always wanted, but weren’t
sure. And remember that trends of the upcoming season encourage
inconstancy and an open mind!