The 7 Most Popular Hairstyles of Spring 2019
You know what they say: fresh season, fresh hair. For some inexplicable reason, the thought of switching up your look once spring starts is more exciting than switching from hot to iced coffee or finally putting that parka in storage.
This year, there's a lot to be excited about hair-wise, and the proof is in all of the downright cool styles that celebs have been wearing on the red carpet. From Cardi B's wet look waves to Miley Cyrus's sleek high ponytail, the spring 2019 hairstyle trends cover all of the bases.
As for inspiration for your own looks this season, these are the seven most popular hairstyles of spring 2019.
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Miley Cyrus's High Ponytail
You know the drill: The higher the ponytail, the more Advil you're going to need. While tight, full ponytails are trending, the headache just might be worth it. Your hair will be up and out of your face, and the style is one that's quick and easy to do. Bonus: Wrap a piece from the tail around the base of the pony like Miley Cyrus did for a clean finish.
Alexa Chung's Wavy Lob
If you're not ready to break up with your lob or bob (and we don't blame you), messy waves is one way of styling it this spring. Whether you're an air-dry enthusiast or need the help of a curling iron to get this texture, tucking one side of your hair behind your ear is a small, but transformative detail that can make your cut feel fresh. Finish the look off with a veil of L'Oréal Professionnel Tecni.Art Infinium 4 Hairspray, a high-hold hairspray that also adds extra texture to hair.
Mandy Moore's Low Bun
The low bun is another way to wear your hair up and have it still look effortless. Twist or knot it into a loose chignon like Mandy Moore, who's killing two spring trends in one with her center part.
Julia Roberts's Super Straight Hair
Your reason to keep your flat iron within reach: Julia Roberts's super shiny, sleek hair. To get a similar look, try prepping damp hair with an anti-humidity treatment like Color Wow's Dream Coat. The cult-favorite product shields hair from frizz, as well as damage caused by hot tools.
Gemma Chan's Face-Framing Tendrils
Chances are if you went to prom anywhere from 1996-2006, you wore your hair in an updo with two statically placed face-framing tendrils left out. Well, guess what? The look is back — with a 2019 twist.
Celebrity hairstylist Clariss Rubenstein left two loose wavy pieces of hair out of Gemma Chan's undone updo to give the style a youthful, romantic vibe. If you're going to try a similar look, make like Rubenstein and spray the finished style with Dove's Style+Care Compressed Micro Mist Flexible Hairspray. This lightweight hairspray will help hold it all in place without making hair feel crunchy.
Cardi B's Wet Look Waves
Wet look waves take fresh-out-of-the-shower hair, but make it fashion. To get a similar look, use a curling wand to wave your hair, then run a bit of Bumble and bumble's Bb.Hairdresser's Invisible Oil through your mid-lengths to ends. Finish by scrunching your waves with a pomade like Ouai's Matte Pomade to make the style look piece-y and lived-in.
Katy Perry's Hair Pins
In 2019, barrette stacking is the new arm party. The beauty of this trend is that adding a few barrettes or pins to your hair personalizes your current cut with basically zero effort. As for the exact rainbow sparklers Katy Perry is wearing in her pixie, they're by Lelet NY.