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32 Hair Colors That Will Be Huge in 2019

Faded Blonde

Faded Blonde

Faded blonde is great news for anyone that hates going to the hairstylist more than two or three times a year (yours truly). The color is actually one of the most popular colors for 2019. We can see why.

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Blonde-Gray

Blonde-Gray

Blonde-gray has a classic beauty about it and can be stunning at any age. With the rise of gray hair dye, stylists are becoming more adventurous. Why not go for a blonde-gray?

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Iced Caramel Balayage

Iced Caramel Balayage

This term was coined by a hairstylist in L.A. This look is a balayage technique that mixes warm and cool tones with ash, butter blonde, and soft brown hues. It’s already popping up all over social media, and we’re sure to see it on the streets soon!

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Butterbeer

Butterbeer

The magical world of Harry Potter inspired this yellow-orange color. Even if you don’t like the series, we have to say that this is one of the prettiest yellow shades to come out in a while!

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Framing Highlights

Framing Highlights

Framing highlights can be the little change you need to amp up your style. This trend dyes certain pieces around the edges of your hair so your best features are highlighted – your face!

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Subtle Mulled Wine

Subtle Mulled Wine

This hair trend is great for the winter. Can you just imagine getting cozy next to the fire while watching the snow fall to the ground? Mulled wine has just started to pop up, but it’s already the hair color to wear in 2019.

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Chocolate Brown

Chocolate Brown

Chocolate brown is so dark that it looks almost black. Why would you dye your hair this color? Because it looks great by itself, and the sun brings out the natural brown highlights.

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“Glass” Hair

“Glass” Hair

What in the world is “glass” hair? It’s hair that’s pin straight and very shiny. This style seems as though it could damage your hair, but we can’t deny that it’s becoming really popular.

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Ash Brown

Ash Brown

Brown has always been a great hair color, but ash brown is taking over the typical chestnut. This sun-kissed, light brown is the perfect thing for the summer, but we wouldn’t blame you if you wore it all year.

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Subtle Ombré

Subtle Ombré

A subtle ombré is similar to soft contrasting roots but involves dying the lower part of your hair. The trend isn’t a huge change but will amp up any look. A good stylist can even make it look truly seamless, making it look completely natural – no dye here!

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Babylights

Babylights

You could get highlights...or you could go for trendy babylights. This technique puts very delicate highlights in your hair to make it look as though your hair was naturally lightened by the sun—without as much damage!

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Platinum with Roots

Platinum with Roots

Platinum has been a popular hair color for a while now, but platinum with roots is becoming all the rage. Maybe it has to do with convenience, but it’s absolutely amazing on any hair. It gives a natural look without going overboard. Many designers love throwing a little pastel in, but the natural look just has some sort of je ne sais quoi.

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Pearlescent Hair

Pearlescent Hair

Pearlescent hair is basically when your hair looks like pearls. Simple enough, but how can you get that luster in hair? Stylists have pulled some magic and designed this trend just for us. It gives natural body to any hair type and looks dynamic as you move.

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Dark Auburn

Dark Auburn

Dark colors are so 2019, especially this dark auburn. Instead of blonde (which usually reigns supreme), brunettes have their time to shine. Just make sure to get some highlights or babylights to really make the color pop.

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Charcoal

Charcoal

Gray has been around for a little while, and it’s a pretty style. Still, it’s a couple of years old now, and we need something new. Charcoal is the answer to our prayers and has surged in popularity. This style is a darker gray with lighter highlights.

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Rose Blonde

Rose Blonde

Back again for 2019, this rose blonde has really taken the runway by storm. It takes the classic blonde coloring and adds an undertone of rose for a little extra pop!

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Violet

Violet

Violet can be a big jump, but it’s perfect for darker hair. Heck, this trend looks great on any hair! You can go full violet, if you’re brave enough, or choose to get a violet ombré that’ll highlight exactly where you need it to. 

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Jewel Tone

Jewel Tone

Jewel tones are deeper and mimic natural stones like rubies, sapphires, amethysts, and emeralds. They’re usually two colors and tend to be cooler than other hair. You can mix and match styles as you want like ruby to amethyst or emerald to sapphire.

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Dark and Stunning

Dark and Stunning

To go along with darker browns, shades of black are rising in popularity. Cool, warm, or neutral—do what your heart desires!

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Fiery Ombré

Fiery Ombré

A fiery ombré is definitely a step outside of the box. The newest trend is to dye your hair red with a copper blonde ombré that makes your head look like it’s on fire. We know you’re on fire already. It’s time to let everyone else know.

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Soft Blonde

Soft Blonde

Soft blonde is a good color for any age because of its natural beauty. The look can accentuate your skin color and make your face look wonderful and rosy. It’s also a great option to add in temporary color if you want a little more pizazz.

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Honey Rose

Honey Rose

This natural, honey rose shade is already extremely popular among celebrities, so it won’t be long before we see women dyeing their hair this shade! We think it would look great for a spring to summer transition.

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Soft Contrasting Roots

Soft Contrasting Roots

Soft contrasting roots are a great way to dye your hair another color, but plan for the eventual grow-out. With this coloring, you can dye your hair blonde with natural brown roots or vice versa! They contrast and look beautiful. This subtle change is sure to catch an eye.

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Geode

Geode

Geode hair is incredibly flattering and puts highlights in all the right areas—it's like an ombre with a pretty jewel hue. You can choose any color you want, from a geode’s natural purple or blue hue to pinks or greens. We suggest going violets and plums since they're going to be very popular for 2019. This is also a great color option because it looks amazing on both light hair AND dark hair.

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Chocolate Rose Gold

Chocolate Rose Gold

If you have darker hair, you’ll love this chocolate rose gold hair trend. It’s an ombré that goes from dark brown to the darker rose gold, and you get to choose how natural (or unnatural) your hair looks!

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Smoked Lilac

Smoked Lilac

Smoked lilac goes beyond a pastel lilac. This modern hair trend adds in layered lilac and blonde-charcoal pigments. The dynamic style moves with your body and looks fantastic straight or curled.

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Cinnamon

Cinnamon

What’s better than cinnamon? This trend takes light and dark honey brown colors to make the perfect do. It works with all types of hair from short to long.

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Red Brown

Red Brown

Has red-brown ever gone out of style? This copper-like look has been popular for a while now, but if you haven’t tried it, 2019 is a perfect time. Reds are continuing to remain popular from last year, from the lightest red to the darkest shades!

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Copper

Copper

Copper looks like natural red, but a little darker and vibrant. If going straight natural red isn’t your thing (although it’s also a hair color that never falls out of style), this copper hue may be the ideal middle ground.

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Burgundy

Burgundy

Can we talk about burgundy? It looks beautiful on anyone. You can have dark or light roots, put it up or leave it down, curl it or straighten. If you don't want something too colorful, you can always slightly tone your hair so it shimmers perfectly in the sun.

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Icy Blonde with Dark Roots

Icy Blonde with Dark Roots

Blonde with dark roots isn’t anything new, but icy blonde with dark roots hasn’t been in style for a little while now. For this trend, we’re going to suggest adding a little color because it’s just that extra bit of flair that’ll elevate your look!

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Shadow Roots

Shadow Roots

We’ve seen Ombre and dark roots, but this is something new. This dye job allows your natural color to shine through the part in your hair. Another option is to dye the roots a different color and let your natural hair color to flow from there. 

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