Hair Trends For 2019

Check Out The Top Hair Trend Predictions for 2019 from Ruby Mane Hair Salon in Farnham

2019 is the year when you can have fun with your hair – be expressive, experimental and bold! 

In this article the stylists at Farnham’s top hair salon – Ruby Mane Hair Boutique – take a look at the hairstyles that will be making waves this year.

If you are ready for a new look, why not book in for a complimentary consultation where we can assess your hair, your needs and get your look absolutely right for you.  We have several Wella colour experts in our team who are trained to degree level in hair colour too – so choose Ruby Mane Hair Boutique for the best hair colour in Farnham!

The best on-trend & classic hairstyles near you






Try Coral Hair Colour in 2019

Hair colours are more exciting than ever before and we expect to see more men and women experimenting with their hair colour in 2019.  Vivid hair colours such as pinks, lemons, corals and silver blues were seen on the runways at London and New York Fashion Week but it is the red-toned coral colour that is set to be the top hair colour choice in 2019.  

The Lilac Hair Colour Trend Continues

Lilac hair colour also remains popular and was the most searched for hair shade during 2018.  Pastel tones are great for clients who want no commitment hair colour that will fade with each wash.  

We can create a range of playful bright colours, soft shimmers and pastel tones as well as vibrant shades – with hair colours that are wearable and suitable for all ages.    

Balayage, Root Shadowing & Root Stretching

If you want natural-looking hair colour that is low maintenance, balayage will continue to reign supreme during 2019.  We can ‘stretch’ your roots and add multi-dimensional shades, growing lighter towards the ends of your hair for an on-trend balayage look.

Natural looking blondes and face-framing highlights will also be popular, using colours that compliment your base shade.  

Short Powerful Cropped Hairstyles for 2019

Short crops look set to be a big trend in 2019 alongside geometric hair cuts.  The aim is to create a hairstyle that is bold and powerful.  Before you know it, we’ll be wearing shoulder pads again – harking back the power dressing of the 1980s!

How To Wear Your Fringe in 2019 

Longer side-sweeping fringes will remain popular but we also expect to see more short, blunt micro fringes which are cut a centimetre or so above your eyebrows. Add an Alice band or pretty scarf and you will have the look spot on!

Textured Messy Wavy Hairstyles 

There will be a move away from perfect wavy hair to more textured, relaxed waves.  We predict you will be wearing your curls slightly messy – think wavy hair after a day on the beach! 

Thick, Full & Fierce Blunt Bobs foe 2019

We expect to see more blunt-edged bobs in 2019.  These will sit mid-way between the ears and nape of the neck (although we can vary the length to suit you).  The blunt bob is back and will be thicker, fuller and fiercer hair than ever before!

Book Your 2019 Hair Makeover at Ruby Mane Hair Boutique in Farnham, Surrey

We are here to help with your hair needs in 2019, whether that is a trim or a full-on hair makeover.  You can book in for a complimentary hair consultation or an appointment by calling our Farnham hair salon on 01252 713677 or book online using the pop up button to the side of this page.

Please note:  If you are new to hair colour, please book in for a skin test 48 hours prior to your hair colour appointment.

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