All eyes look to the catwalks of London Fashion Week when it comes to scoping out the hottest upcoming trends in fashion, makeup and hair. London Fashion Week is certainly not disappointing us this year and here at Additional Lengths, we’re excited to share with you some of our favourite hair trends from the best designers around.
Whether you’re a fan of the amazing iconic hairstyles that are definitely destined to stay on the catwalk due to their outlandish looks, or interested in incorporating some designer inspired hair trends into your own hairstyles this year – read on for inspiration.
Playing with textures
Contrasting undone mid-lengths and ends with a polished front section of the hair, the hairstyles displayed by models walking the Jamie Wei Huang show are easy to replicate. Reminding us of a ‘morning after the night before’ look, we can just imagine trying to tame the back of our hair whilst the front has loyally remained in place after being hairsprayed the evening before! The hair is parted in the centre and smoothed back before being treated to a backcombing at the crown and mid-lengths for an interesting mix of textures. Not necessarily an iconic hairstyle in itself, but certainly one we could imagine replicating!
To create a wearable version of this look, comb hair back to the crown and smooth down with hairspray and secure with hairgrips behind the ears. Next, backcomb hair gently at the crown with a brush such as a Tangle Teezer to avoid damaging the hair. A generous spritz of hairspray will keep the volume in place and you’ll have a 60’s inspired hairstyle!
A big hair trend for 2019 is the short blunt fringe and it was perfectly executed in the fashion industry newcomer Matt Bovan’s show on the first day of LFW. Complimenting a short bob beautifully, choppy bangs frames a face perfectly and allows expressive eyebrows to be seen. For a glossy dark bob and blunt fringe, use a hair oil from Moroccan Oil to smooth the hair and add a light reflecting shine.
Feminine low ponytails
No hairstyle could be easier or more simple, but the low ponytails at the Victoria Beckham LFW show were a fine example of understated elegance that worked perfectly. Centre partings and loose ponytails were a feminine contrast to the sharp structures of the clothes, and tendrils of hair pulled around the face softened the look further. A very basic hair trend for spring but a classic that will never go out of fashion!
What were your favourite hairstyles from London Fashion Week 2019?
If you’re planning on taking inspiration from the glamorous catwalk trends for your spring and summer hair looks, we have everything you need right here at Additional Lengths to create the very best hairstyles. Treat yourself to luxurious locks with our human hair extensions from Remi Cachet or style up a storm with our various ranges of hairstyling tools and products from brands such as ghd and Cloud Nine. With the London Fashion Week hairstyles, you can take elements of the looks to work with your own hair type and personal style!