Bobs aren’t going anywhere anytime soon, but the 2019 style is shorter, falling above or at the jawline, and blunt at the ends, as seen at Jil Sander.
Hair accessories of the ‘90s — think scrunchies and hair claws — made a glorious comeback this year. On the SS19 runways, there were still plenty of bold accessories seen, like the bejeweled pins at Versace.
The waves at Alberta Ferretti (pictured), Chanel, Etro and Roberto Cavalli, are soft, casual and more “natural-looking” than your usual textured beach twirls of seasons’ past.
Of course, Pantone’s 2019 Colour of The Year, Living Coral made this list. It’s edgier than rose gold or pastel pink, warmer than unicorn hair and definitely more playful than copper hues. As seen at Marc Jacobs.
There’s braids — and then there’s the badass braids seen on Max Mara (pictured), Cushnie and Erdem. All were worn low, long, shiny and sleek AF.
Prada models wore puffy, exaggerated headbands. Saint Laurent send its girls wearing silver/metal ones. Our favourite: Dior’ elasticated ballet hair bands that you can wear straight from the gym and into the office without looking like you just did.
If you ain’t got time for sleek braids, go for a low and polished ponytail a la Oscar De La Renta — which can take you to the boardroom, or a IG-filled vacation.
Chanel stole the hair show by dressing up the "basic" half pony with an undone yet polished spin, inspired by the house's SS19 beachy theme.
Short hair, don’t care. The androgynous chop of SS19 is a cool-girl glossy pixie with baby bangs, as spotted at Prada and Givenchy (pictured).
Slicked back surfer girl hair was a recurring look on the spring 2019 runways, with Chloe, Altuzarra (pictured), and Calvin Klein making a convincing case for bringing back the wet-look gel.