Spring/Summer 2019 - Tyson Hair Design
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Spring/Summer 2019

Spring/Summer 2019

If you’re only going to imitate one style this spring………

slick it back. Slicked-back styles were the most popular look seen backstage on the spring 2019 runways.


“For shorter hair or if you want to keep hair natural, skip the pony and slick hair back with a brush using  Kevin Murphy’s 2 parts EASY RIDER cocktailed with 1 part  ROUGH RIDER.   Extend SESSION SPRAY throughout and add Straight Metal Bobby Pins on both sides.

Leave natural texture throughout their lengths unless their hair is very straight, where you could add a loose bend. Also, leave out the baby hairs around the hairline to obtain a slightly boyish, effortless look with a touch of strength. This is the perfect example of cocktailing products to achieve a fashion-focused look.

If your hair condition allows, make it this half-slick style. Apply the above cocktail from the scalp down toward the ears, then let the rest of your hair fall down in natural waves or airy, bouncy, cloudlike curls.

Blunt bobs

Inspired by the ’70s revival and popular celebrities like Kendall Jenner and Karlie Kloss, a new shorter length is set to be the standout hairstyle for 2019.

We will see a move away from shattered and layered hair towards a blunter, sharper finish, We envisage it being a shift away from the mid-length boyfriend bob, which was so popular last season, to something more precise and above the shoulder, roughly halfway between your ears and the nape of the neck.”

This blunt cut suits all face shapes, because the length can be adjusted to flatter the face, while the bluntness can help thicken up thin hair and soften thick hair depending upon the way it’s styled. In fact, done correctly, it will do wonders for your bone structure and is often the gateway to an even shorter ‘do

Grey hair

Age-inclusivity has finally blossomed in the beauty industry, which means individuals are not only dying their hair a fashion-forward silver but are embracing their natural grey hairs too. As Pinterest searches for ‘going grey’ increased by 879 per cent this year.  Lavender … panels, lights or whole head.. look out for it…

Adult accessories

From the humble hair clip to more statement bows and ribbons, hair accessories have stolen the hair limelight in recent months. Silk scarves worn as headbands, even continuing around the head to secure tousled pony tails will be worn this spring, using colours to accessorise.  Big earrings are a huge statement this Spring, with metals being the focus.  Even the sleekest of hair can be accessorised with baby braids finished with beads to add just a hint of texture.

Modern top-knots

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 a light finish of Kevin Murphy’s EASY RIDER, allowing fine hairline hairs to freely soften the look.

  • Wendy Holden
    Posted at 19:41h, 10 February Reply

    Great, informative blog. Love the idea of a blunt cut and lavender hair for when the grey finally wins! Thanks for the tips.

  • Molly Cora
    Posted at 18:11h, 15 February Reply

    Great blog, can’t wait to try these styles out, especially slicked back, on my next night out! After seeing that grey bob, really want to go grey too! Loved the informative and instructional nature of the piece alongside great research 🙂

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