New year = new trends. Of course, you don’t need a new year to change up your look, but it is definitely the perfect time for a transformation. While some styles, like lobs and bobs, will remain popular, new trends are making headway. We’re rounding up our favorite 2019 hair trends that we’ll be rocking all year long. What trend do you want to try this year?

Retro Styles

 

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What’s old is new again. From voluminous, long hairstyles to shaggy layers, the possibilities are endless. Plus you’ll look like you stepped right out from another decade.

Embrace Your Natural Hair

 

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2019 is the year to truly embrace your natural hair! If you’ve got gorgeous curls, flaunt them. Opt for a long layered cut that focuses on texture and volume.

Curtain Bangs

 

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Bangs became pretty popular in 2018, but they can be tricky to style (and time consuming). This is why we love curtain bangs. You can drastically change your look (take a look at the transformation above) without adding too much extra styling to your daily routine.

High Ponytail

 

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Running short on time? You don’t have to skimp out on style; just throw your hair up in a high ponytail! A high ponytail works with any hair texture and for virtually any occasion. You can also style this as much (or as little) as you’d like: Curl your hair before, add accessories or add more texture.

Blunt Bob

 

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Bobs will remain a popular style throughout 2019, and we’re (still) loving them. If you’re looking for a fierce haircut, try a blunt bob. Not only will you drastically change your look, your hair will also appear thicker due to the blunt edges.