Top 10 Hair Colors Trends In 2019 You Need to Try
Top 10 Hair Colors Trends In 2019 You Need to Try :- When it comes to beauty trends, nothing is ever really out. That being said, there are looks that naturally come and go — especially when it comes to hair color. Thanks to social media, it’s easy to see that all of a sudden, your friends, favorite influencers, celebrities, and even regular folks are getting dye jobs in similar, gorgeous shades.
That’s how trends are born, after all. Which got us thinking: How can we get ahead of what’s next in hair color? By heading directly to the experts, of course. We talked to top colorists who have firsthand knowledge of what Top 10 Hair Colors are going to blow up in 2019. They aren’t psychic (at least we don’t think so), but they’re listening to their clients’ needs all day at the salon — and some of those clients happen to be major trendsetters.
Lucky for us, these hues are decidedly wearable. Some are easier than others to achieve (we’re looking at you, pastel), but each can look incredible on just about everyone. Your new hair-color vibe for 2019 is right ahead. You’ll probably want to bookmark this. Top 10 Hair colors trends in 2019 are below here:-
1. Dirty Brunette
You’ve heard of dirty blondes, but have you heard of dirty brunettes? “I think we’re going to see a lot of the trend in 2019,” says hairstylist Riawna Capri of Los Angeles’s Nine Zero One Salon, seen here. She explains that the hue is a natural-looking brunette color that incorporates dark blonde pieces with a more neutral, smoky vibe. It’s not warm or cool — it’s somewhere in the middle.
2. Faded Pastel
Colorist Rachel Bodt loves the faded pastel hair trend because it’s more of a wash of color, as opposed to a saturated pastel. “It’s less of a commitment and looks just like a little blush on the hair,” she explains. It’s a hint or even a cast. Model Ariela Soares rocked a light-blue hue for the Marc Jacobs Spring 2019 runway show.
3. Cool Brunette
It’s not surprising model-turned-actress Emily Ratajkowski is rocking one of 2019’s hottest brunette shades. In this gorgeous selfie, posted and styled by hairstylist Jennifer Yepez, Ratajkowski’s voluminous waves bring out each cool-toned highlight in a subtle, natural way. This brown is anything but mousy. It’s ashy and of course, cool — in every sense of the word.
4. Living Coral
For an easy Living Coral hue at home, try a color-depositing conditioner, such as Overtone’s Pastel Orange Deep Treatment. On blonde and light-brown hair, it’ll turn strands a light peach, like you see here on model Mariana Zaragoza during the Marc Jacobs Spring 2019 runway show.
5. Dark Blonde
Gigi Hadid’s hair color has taken on a natural, mushroom hue as of late — and that’s a good thing. Maryland-based colorist Yokasta Perez coined the name “mushroom blonde” after mimicking the cool tones of the fungus on a client. It’s a surprisingly low-key way for brunettes to go lighter and blondes to go darker and switch it up this year.
6. Dusty Copper
While red hair is always stunning, Bodt says many clients shy away from the hue because they think it comes off too “fiery.” Dusty copper hair, on the other hand, still gives you that gorgeous red shade, but a little bit toned down. Bodt describes the color as looking as if it’s muted by dry shampoo — in a good way. “I love this color because it’s warm, yet not over the top,” she says. We can’t get enough of Riverdale actress Madelaine Petsch’s light copper hue, made even more fresh with loose waves.
7. Antique Gold
Model Elsa Hosk’s creamy hair color has a subtle warmth to it that makes faded — or antique — gold a perfect descriptor. To keep this hue from going brassy, make sure you’re using a purple shampoo, such as Pravana The Perfect Blonde Shampoo.
Blackberry hair is a look folks loved in 2017, and we don’t see any reason why the playful dark hue won’t be around in 2019. This particular dye job, done by Maryland-based hairstylist Megan Schipani, has the obvious purple tones, but it also includes a little blue to give it some dimension.
While this blackberry shade is great if you have dark hair and want a little color, colorist Rachel Bodt notes that you still have to go lighter in order to achieve this hue. “When you are doing the dark purples, even though they are dark tones, [the hair] still needs to be lifted light enough so you can see the purple,” she tells Allure.
“When you start doing more blue tones, it needs to be even lighter because if you put blue on yellow hair it will [turn] green.” But besides that, Bodt believes that this color is great “for someone who has super dark hair and wants to still read brunette.” And yes, even a deeper color like this needs some maintenance. To keep the shade on-point, Bodt suggests a cowash like R+Co’s Analog Cleansing Foam Conditioner. She also says that using a color-infused conditioner, like Overtone, is a great way to help your color last.
9. Hollywood Opal
Pastel, opalescent colors like this one are all over our Instagram Discover feeds. It’s a nice update to all the unicorn dye jobs we saw in 2017, except color combos like this tend to fade far more gracefully. “The opal color is so beautiful and is great for someone who already has a double process and is looking to switch it up,” says Bodt.
“I love those dusty tones because I think they are sexier and a cool, sophisticated way to play with color.” Of course, with a shade like this, your hair must be lifted to a super light blonde “so those colors are very reflective,” Bodt explains. “Especially with [this] opal look, if there is too much yellow left in the hair, it can mess with the tones and not look right.”
For this look, husband-wife duo Mike and Melody Lowenstein, owners of Ross Michaels Salon, lifted the color to a level 10 before coloring. If you go with a color like this, be sure to have some Olaplex on hand to maintain your hair health.
10. Violets and Plums
“Flirty and fun hues can bring something unexpected to your look,” Corney explains. Take notes from the Purple Unicorn herself, Justine Skye, who has been rocking the hue for a hot minute.