Hair Trends 2019 From Simone Thomas Hair Salon in Westbourne, Bournemouth
If you are stuck in a hair rut then it may be time to try a fabulous new hair style or colour! Our stylists at Simone Thomas Hair Salon in Bournemouth bring you some of the hottest hair trends for 2019.
Younger generations are leading the way in breaking down out-dated ideas of gender. With this new trailblazing way of thinking, traditionally male or female haircuts are now becoming passé.
For women, opt for an outgrown pixie cut (think 90’s boy band). Playing with hot colour trends can add a touch of femininity to a cropped style.
If you want to know what style would suit you, speak to our expert stylists at our Simone Thomas hairdressers in Bournemouth.
Silver Grey Hair Colour
Speaking of hair colour, the trend for cool tones is staying in 2019. We love this silver grey hair colour, inspired by the L’Oréal Professionnel Parisian Cool palette.
If you are looking for a new hair color in Bournemouth, speak to our trained L’Oreal Professionnel colourists today.
Bold or Pastel Hair Shades
Never have we been more adventurous with our hair colour! Whether you are hankering after a pretty pastel pink or a vibrant purple hair colour, the hair experts at Simone Thomas Salon in Westbourne can help.
There is a whole wide range of shades to choose from, including cotton-candy pastels to bright orange and yellows.
If your hair is feeling dry or damaged from colouring, try an Olaplex hair treatment to restore your lock to their full shine again.
Mid Length Hairstyles
A middle length cut can be the best of both worlds. Long enough to tie back but short enough to minimise styling time. Add loose waves for extra volume and a bohemian look.
In fact, your styling options are almost endless with a mid-length hairstyle. Wear your hair wavy one day, straight the next, in a cool plaited style or ponytail or slicked back!
The blunt, 70’s style fringe is a great way to add a new style, without chopping off the length of your hair. A thick curtain-fringe will frame your face without too much maintenance.
Simply comb your fringe to the front when wet, then part and spray in place when dry.