5 Hair Colour Trends You're Going To See Everywhere In 2019

Natasha Patel , 07 Jan 2019

It’s 2019, which means, new goals, new trends and a new hair ‘do! It’s only natural to want a change in the new year and what better way to standout from the crowd, amirite? If you’re afraid to chop off your length or the texture of your hair then changing up your hair colour is what you’ve gotta do!
It’s not only my job but a kind of passion to look out for the trendiest beauty looks. And 2019 is serving up some really cool ones—especially in the hair department. So, scroll below to check out the 5 hair colours trends you’re going to see everywhere this year.

1. Coffee Bean

If you’re trying to play it safe but want to standout with your hair colour, try the coffee bean, also known as the espresso hair colour. It’s a deep but natural brown with lighter highlights weaved through.

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Drop the emoji you think represents this FIERY hair! ?? #alchemyxartistry #alexkennedyhair _____________________________________________________ FOR THE CLIENTS: This color never gets old. ? The mix of depth, shine, warmth, vibrancy, and texture makes me so happy! ? Plus, if you look a few posts back to my collage, she pulled in the most votes for “most eye catching”! The votes don’t lie! ? _____________________________________________________ FOR THE STYLISTS: TECHNIQUE / FORMULA: ?PAINT: a few panels to bring up her color with @davinesofficial Progress bleach and 25/30vol 1:2 in large gradient panels. ?LOWLIGHT A: #maskwithvibrachrom 3.0 + 10vol 1:2 to drop natural thru the ends. ?LOWLIGHT B: 4.55 + 20vol 1:2. ?LOWLIGHT C: @euforainternational Artisan Shades in Sunflower Yellow. TONE: glazed over top of everything with 6.44 + 10v just less than 1:2 for 8mins. TOOLS: @framar foils, @prettylittleombre large paint brush. Styled with my 1 1/4” @babylissprousa curling iron curling all waves away from the face & then brushing them out with a Mixed Bristle Brush to achieve this glam look. Finished with Davines Shimmering Mist. COLOR/CUT/STYLED BY: @alchemyxartistry.

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2. Strawberry Blonde

For those who don’t want to commit to a red but want a copper-y feel, this golden blonde and pink hue is the perfect middle ground.

3. Jet Black

This isn’t just your regular run-of-the-mill jet black. The rich, inky-black is shinier, glossier and much darker.

4. Caramel Lights

Just as attractive as it is yummy… The caramel highlights can brighten and bring out any cut and texture of hair in the most beautiful way.

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Crazy for this cozy color☕️ @alchemyxartistry? Formula details?? #ColoristSpotlight ? FOR THE CLIENTS: My client started out with lighter sandy blonde ends & a dark root. We touched up her root & melted her into this dimensional copper?, while still maintaining some of the blonde. We also chopped her into a slightly angled lob! Warm tones + lobs = happppppy Alex ? ___________________________________________ FOR THE STYLISTS: TECHNIQUE/FORMULA: BASE: @davinesofficial equal parts 5.0 + 6.0 + 10v 1:2. LOWLIGHT 1️⃣) 6.44 + 10v 1:2. LOWLIGHT 2️⃣) 6.34 + 10vol 1:2. I alternated by melting these tones into one another, painting just 1 lowlight to the ends, as well as melting the lowlight halfway down and leaving the blonde out. BONUS TIP ? melt your color into conditioner on the ends you are leaving out to get a gradient blend without splotching on the blonde! TONE: emulsify the lowlights into blonde ends for 2mins before rinsing. #regram

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5. Ash

Don’t want to go ink-black and give away your highlight? A washed-ash grey is definitely for you. It’s a great option for when you have to grow out your hair.

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Which colour are you leaning towards. Let me know in the comments below!

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