What is trendy for hairstyle in 2019. Blunt Bob, Sarah Paulson’s sleek bob is even fresher with a deep side part. Here, the ends of her hair are styled to look a little more rounded, but that does not take away from the overall bluntness of the look. Consider this styling route if you want to make your cut look a bit softer.
Top-knots used to be the hairstyle of choice only if you had three-day old hair or weren’t leaving the house, but then Chanel’s Fall 2018 ready-to-wear show happened. The models appeared on the runway as if they had literally just thrown their hair up into the up-do and suddenly ‘undone’ hair was cool again. The trick to the perfect ‘imperfectly perfect’ bun, is to tie your hair into a ponytail before twisting it into a bun, so that the ends remain loose and messy. Then, for added texture use Hair by McKnight’s Easy UpDo and Modern Hairspray – just as was used backstage at the show by celebrity hairstylist Sam McKnight.
If you somehow weren’t convinced to chop off all of your hair into a bob in 2018, breathe a sigh of relief because the cut is still going strong in 2019. This year’s version of the bob is blunt and hits at the jawline, but when tucked behind the ear, you’ll get an A-line effect. It’s also great if you’re looking to make your hair appear fuller because de Zeeuw says the shape will make your hair look as thick as possible. “This style works best on straight hair, but if you have wavy or curly hair, it’s also a cool look,” she says. “You can alter this hairstyle for every face shape, too. If you want more volume on the sides (long face shapes), choose a jawline length. If you want to create length in the face (round or angular face shape) leave the length longer.”
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Chrissy and her glossy tousled waves have always suited her well—it’s one of her signature styles on the red carpet. Adding gradual highlights adds dimension to your waves. Celeb stylist Jen Atkin shares her trick for this tousled look: “One of my favorite tricks for styling hair is ‘the clip trick,” Atkin explains. “This is an easy, no-fuss way to get incredible natural-looking waves. Spray damp hair generously with OUAI Wave Spray ($26), then use duckbill clips ($16) to create a dent in the hair, pushing the hair up at the root, then clipping into place, pushing the hair up underneath it, and clipping into place until the entire head has been clipped and the hair is in an S-pattern. Let your hair air dry or blow-dry over the clips. Then, remove the clips, scrunch and you’ve got beach waves.”
Gabrielle Union looks like a walking goddess with these waves, which are on the tighter, more defined end of texture. The best thing about waves like this is they last, so you’ll have waves for days. Soon, these waves will loosen and fall, revealing a messier texture you’ll still want to rock. Part your hair into sections and use the Bed Head Curlipop Tourmaline Ceramic Tapered Styling Iron ($25) for this spiral s-wave effect.