3 Major Hair Trends We're Loving For Spring

Left to right: hair at Giambattista Valli’s Spring 2019 Couture show;  Justine Marjan’s creation at the Nonie Spring 2019 show

The spring runways were blossoming with haircolor, styling and accessories inspiration. Here, key looks to recreate in the salon. 


“This is a color revolution. The fear of changing color is gone.”—Josh Wood, Redken Global Color Creative Director

It girls like Hailey Bieber have already tried it, and the runways agree—pastel haircolor is in for spring. At Marc Jacobs’ Spring 2019 show, Redken Global Color Creative Director Josh Wood (@joshwoodcolor) dyed models’ hair vintage pastel hues using Shades EQ and City Beats. “Marc didn’t want a ‘fun’ pastel; he wanted an aged, vintage pastel, like a grown-up pastel with a shadow root, which helps hair from looking like a wig while keeping it modern,” Wood says.


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Giambattista Valli’s Spring 2019 Couture show 

There is no doubt that braids are maintaining status as a styling favorite this season. Long rope-like plaits have mod appeal, but the look hairstylist Anthony Turner (@anthonyturnerhair) created at Giambattista Valli’s Spring 2019 Couture show is the perfect balance of feminine and edgy. Thick, low braids were tied with a band of hair and funneled into a razor-cut end, resembling a tassel. 


 Justine Marjan’s creation at the Nonie Spring 2019 show

Gone are the days of hiding pins in the hair. Over-the-top accessories are all the rage, whether it be an elaborate headband or exposed bobby pins in eye-catching designs, like celebrity stylist Justine Marjan’s (@justinemarjan) creation at the Nonie Spring 2019 show.

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