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SS19 Hair Trends: LFW Edition

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As the dust settles on the catwalks of London Fashion Week 2018, many of us are still soaking up the beauty of the upcoming fashion trends for the next season. Without a doubt, the main focus of any runway is the latest clothing designs from the hottest brands in the world, but fashion makeup and hair has also become just as important. Today at Additional Lengths we’re recapping some of the SS19 hair trends from the fashion week events and suggesting ways to rock them as everyday hairstyles.

If you’re feeling in a bit of rut with your day-to-day hairstyle, then these SS19 hair trends are bound to perk you up with some inspiration!

Wet Look Hair

We’ll start off with the SS19 hair trend that you may want to only experiment with after a shower before reaching for the blow dryer. Calvin Klein sent models down his ‘Jaw’s themed runway with incredibly wet hair that dripped down from the ends onto the clothes, with many models displaying damp tendrils of hair clinging to their face. Hairstylist Sam McKnight was behind the eccentric look and suggests using lots of water, gel and oil to get the look at home.


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For a tamer and easier to style version of the wet hair trend, we suggest taking McKnight’s advice with the products; using a brush like a Tangle Teezer and hair oil or gel to slick the hair back onto the head before hairspraying into place to avoid the ‘just stepped out of the shower’ look.

Glossy Bob

The Ashley Williams show was a whole host of different styles merged into one, with goth and 1920’s flapper girl vibes posing a curious look. BLEACH London stylist, Alex Brownsell, created beautifully glossy bobs or faux bobs on their model’s hair, with blunt fringes making a great impact on the overall look, plus the addition of diamante hair clips to bring the hairstyle more up to date. Also in this show was hair inspired by those 1990’s Trolls with a high ponytail hairsprayed up in the air, but this look may not be suitable for the office!



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If you don’t have a fringe and you’re not contemplating opting for the cut any time soon, you can still recreate this London Fashion Week hairstyle by taking a curling wand by Cloud Nine and waving the hair before using hair grips to tuck the hair at the nape of the neck. This will give the impression of a bob without a pair of hair cutting scissors in sight! Get the fabulous Ashley Williams shine by gently smoothing a shine spray or serum over the hair so it will glint in the light beautifully.

Centre Parting, Low Ponytail

For a powerful hairstyle that is bound to get you feeling like a boss, take a look at the business-like SS19 hair trend from Max Mara. Fashion giant gave models centre partings with hair slicked back into a low ponytail with a leather wrap-around hair accessory before braiding the full length of the hair. Model Kaia Gerber looked every inch the glamour puss with her long braid, the contrast of the smooth hair over the crown and sides into the plait worked effortlessly. This is a great London Fashion Week inspired hairstyle for work as its smart and simple to do on a morning.


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If your hair lacks the length for this fashionable long braid, we recommend opting for high quality human hair extensions from Remi Cachet. With such a fantastic array of shades and blends, you’re bound to find the perfect match for you so that you can imitate the chic Max Mara braided ponytail. Alternatively, a clip in ponytail could save the day for a temporary fix!

With a great insight into upcoming SS19 hair trends, we’re able to find ways to adapt the popular looks to suit our own style. Additional Lengths offers a huge selection of human hair extensions, hair accessories and hair care products which can be used all year round, no matter the season!

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Four Spring Hairstyles To Rock This Season

Is it just us or did winter seem to have an extra couple of months added onto it? However, spring is finally here, and it’s time to shed the heavy coats, don the sunglasses and explore some new hairstyles for the upcoming season. Here at Additional Lengths, we love taking a peek at what styles were favoured on the catwalks over fashion week and reporting back on what we’ve discovered. So let’s take a look at a few hairstyles and hair trends for 2017 we’re excited to see for spring.

Switch up that parting

Changing your parting is such an easy way to restyle your hair. There’s no commitment or cost to it! Plus, it works well with what ever length of hair. A side parting with poker straight hair is such a sleek look, it’s perfect for taking you from the boardroom to the dancefloor.

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Some side parting hairstyle tips:

  • Help hair stick to the new parting by blow drying it in the direction of the part
  • Tuck one side behind your ear and hold in place with a bobby pin
  • Use a hair serum, such as the GHD Smooth & Finish Serum, to add shine and finish with a spritz of hairspray

Enjoy your new side parting, but just be sure to not take experimentation too far – need we remind you of the 90’s zig zag parting? Yikes.

How high can you go?

This spring season is without a doubt focused on the simple high ponytail. Hair extensions can really elevate a ponytail from drab to fab with it’s addition of shiny length. Gain some extra height by bending your head downwards and gathering the hair into a hair tie at the crown, then smoothing down the flat parts with a little serum or hairspray to keep flyaways tamed. Add a metallic hair accessory for an on-trend finish, or wrap a small section of hair around the base of the pony to hide the hair tie and bring the look up to date.

The clip-in hair extensions and clip-in ponytails available here at Additional Lengths would be a good way to begin that sky high ponytail.

Bohemian waves

Waved hair gives the illusion of volume, enhances texture and depth whilst looking carefully styled. And it’s a spring hairstyle that every girl can get on board with. To create gorgeous waves, we recommend using a hair wand, such as the GHD Curve Classic Wave Wand which provides the perfect styling tool to achieve long lasting soft waves. Start from the mid lengths and leave an inch or two at the ends for natural looking waves.

A totally effortless way to get luxurious bohemian-style waves? Premium quality human hair extensions from Remi Cachet. With their collection of beautiful real hair extensions you’re able to sit back and enjoy the process of gaining some exceptional style added to your own hair. Continue with your hair extension aftercare and enjoy your Remi Cachet extensions all season.

Get braiding

We’re not talking just any braids, but the elusive fish tail braid. It’s a great take on the traditional three section braid, but slightly more time consuming. But the extra time spent on it definitely pays off! Work some texturising spray onto the hair before beginning and roughen up the finished look for a slightly lived-in hairstyle that screams ‘I woke up like this’.

Last season models on the catwalk sported mini plaits as a way to add texture to the hair. Next time you decide to wear your hair loose, why not try a few randomly placed micro braids to jazz it up? You could also take the braid all the way from ear to ear, in a hairband style for a cute casual hairstyle.

Springtime colours

The ombre hair colour trend is still proving popular, and we love the sun bleached ends look. A carefully executed root stretch can also provide the lighter look if you’re keen to add some soft depth to your current hair colour. We’re also loving the strawberry blonde trend, a la superstar Adele, which warms up the face and creates a golden glow, making it perfect for pale skinned goddesses. Jesy Nelson from the hottest band around Little Mix has also been experimenting with this popular shade.

You could also take a walk on the wilder side of spring by deferring from the usual lighter route, and go darker. Chocolate brown is a delicious shade favoured by models such as Kendal Jenner and Bella Hadid who live for the ultimate shiny dark hair style.

Check out the colours available in the Remi Cachet hair extensions to find your new hair colour for spring.

Put the spring back in your hair with Additional Lengths by checking out our range of human hair extensions, hair accessories and hair care products.