From the natural look to the maxi volumes passing through sculptural hairstyles in the autumn winter 2018 2019 hair trends!
Cotonature and natural waves stand out the hair along how much structured 50s hairstyles. The cut helmet returns to fashion in all its forms. Rebellious tufts and light unkempt effects are perfect to copy in everyday life.
Let’s find out all the hair trends for the fall winter 2018 2019 with the looks of the fashion shows!
Wavy Hair With Soft Waves
GHD signs Peter Dundas’ fashion show hairstyles at Paris Fashion Week. The styling is inspired by the 90s icons between music and parties.
The looks are glam but spontaneous and not built. The long, flowing crowns are worn on one side. While the beauty of medium and gritty cuts is emphasized by giving volume to the roots.
Row In The Middle And Low Tail
Guido Palau realizes for Dior a disciplined and volumeless style with long cylindrical ponytails stopped at the base of the neck. A decoration made with crossed elastics runs along the entire length of the tail.
The line in the middle combined with the low tail of Zuhair Murad follows the same line if not for the softer and unkempt effect conferred by some locks left free to frame the face.
Defined Curly Hair
The curly hair is brought out in all their splendor and volume in the styling of GHD for Peter Dundas. The afro texture rises upward to full body like a crown.
While the Caucasian hedgehog is regulated in defined ringlets that frame the face in a short bob with a lot of bangs!
High Tail With Tuft or Crest
Chanel brings us back to the 50s with the volume and softness of the rockabilly tuft! The hairstyle that creates almost a wave crest on the head ends in a twist on the forehead.
The must-have of hair trends 2019 for long hair is a disciplined and pulled high ponytail. Fascinators in feathers are lowered on the forehead.
The bob cut never goes out of fashion and Guo Pei enhances the simplicity of this cut with a central line with a natural move fold. On the contrary, Galia Lahav regulates in the same cut, flattening it on the head with a wet effect.
GHD for Peter Dundas proposes a platinum blonde trimmed helmet with slightly wavy lengths and disheveled bangs. Another look wants this cut reduced to the minimum terms turning it almost into a pixie cut.
Extra Volume Cotton Hair
Valentino creates exaggerated volumes from the roots to the tips of the foliage with 80s cotton effects but with a smooth and silky texture! Instead, Fendi proposes a vintage look with the hairstyle picked up by the voluminous pouf.
Low Crop and Tall Chignon
George Hobeika resumes the typical hairstyle of the dancers with their hair entirely collected in a tall bun. However the stiffness of the hairstyle is mitigated by rebellious hair that escapes over the whole head.
Armani collects the hair in a soft twist with an elegant but unruly style. The tuft is partially stopped laterally and partly left to slide around the face.
Braids Attached to The Cape
Guo Pei makes sculptural hairstyles paired with his clothes and architectural accessories. Rows of pigtails firmly attached to the head are gathered on the nape or on the top creating futuristic looks.
What do you think of the 2019 winter hair trends? Which hairstyles would you like to try to recreate and which ones would you rather inspire? Let us know by leaving a comment!