A New Year always comes with exciting new hair trends. Stay on top of what’s what with this guide to 2019 hair styles, which will have everyone in awe of your luscious locks.

If the New Year calls for a new you- add a bang. The team at Toni & Guy Brisbane say that Long 70’s style fringes are definitely in. Think Helena Christensen. Long fringes can easily be styled with your hair up or down, swept to the side or tucked away depending on your occasion or mood. Whether you have fine hair or more to work with, adding bangs is a sure fire way to keep your hair style current in 2019.

Leave your blunt cut in in 2018 and embrace a softer face frame this year with layers. Think Gigi Haddid. Expert stylists at Toni & Guy Brisbane encourage layering for those who want soft and bouncy waves. When your hair is one length, it looks heavy and weighed down causing the curls drop out. If you’re worried about thickness, think about adding a few Showpony hair extensions to your base line. You’d be surprised how many people do this, and for $180 you’ll never look back. If you’re brave, stay on point with a 70’s shag style layers. Your hair will thank you with volumes of natural texture and give you that rock star edge.

Bobs will be here to stay in 2019. For those going short for the first time Toni & Guy Brisbane recommends the “Cool Girl Bob.” Think Margot Robbie. This wearable look screams flirty and feminine. Take note that this is the exception for having one length hair- You want it to look heavy and thick like it’s just been cut. Dry it natural for a more casual look or add some beach style waves on date night.

If you’re keen to stay on top of these trends arrange an appointment with Toni & Guy Brisbane on Edward Street where they will expertly transform your look this New Year.

About Edward Street

Of historical importance in Brisbane’s CBD, Edward St has emerged as Queensland’s most prestigious and exciting retail precinct. Adjoining the internationally renowned Queen Street Mall, it’s where contemporary glamour meets traditional craftsmanship in a quintessentially subtropical environment.