It’s like what Fleabag said: hair is everything. “It’s the difference between a good day and a bad day,” OK, and we have a feeling she’d back us when we say that’s precisely why you’ll want to brush up on the coolest hairstyle trends of the year. They may not be “everything,” but they will be everywhere.
So what can you expect in the coming months? “2020 is going to see a lot of experimentation,” said LA-based celebrity hairstylist Laurie Heaps. “We are pushing style boundaries and changing our hair in more meaningful ways. People are not afraid to do something drastic or even out of the norm. It’s really about having fun and letting your hair show how you feel. Whether this is a permanent change through color or cut or even just wigs or extensions, we are going to see hair that is bold and strong.”
“Strong,” it seems, is the big buzz word this year. Hairstylist and global creative director for Redken Guido Palau agrees: “We’re seeing hair with stronger styles. Nods to different time periods are coming back and they’re very exciting. When you look at models, they very rarely have one signature look anymore – they’re all trying different looks. This is so important in fashion, where you’re seeing inclusivity for all looks and styles by celebrating each person’s individual beauty.”
From retro haircuts to sorta-woke-up-like-this styles, we asked a handful of pros to dish the hair trends you’re going to see everywhere come 2020 – so grab the popcorn, because it’s going to be a show.
This LA Influencer Released an Under-$60 Fashion Line on Amazon, Here For Just One Day
Cancel your meetings, put down the coffee. Work is less important right now, because Amazon’s The Drop is back for 2020! It’s a limited-time collection that’s always only shoppable for 30 hours. Time is already running out – you now have just 27 hours left to grab the undeniably cool collection from LA-based influencer Ellenor Kim, aka @spreadfashion on Instagram.
You’ll see tie-dye sets, versatile dresses, and printed blouses from Ellenor’s line. The pieces are quite affordable – they’re all $60 or less. The line will no longer be available to purchase once time runs out, so we suggest jumping on these trendy pieces while you can. It’s time to treat yourself!
Kat Von D has sold her shares of Kat Von D Beauty to parent company Kendo – here’s what we know
The tattoist turned makeup mogul has announced on her Instgaram page that she will be selling her remaining shares in Kat Von D Beauty to parent company Kendo to focus on motherhood, music and her new line of vegan shoes.
In a heartfelt message to her fans, Kat explained that the decision was not without deliberation, stating,”This was not an easy decision, but after careful consideration, I decided I wanted the makeup line to continue to thrive and grow, and I believe Kendo is primed to do just that.”
Having given birth to her son last year, Kat opened up about the demands of motherhood as well as shedding light on some of the other projects she is working on. “This past year has been one of great change for me. As many of you know, I gave birth to my beautiful baby boy, launched my vegan shoe line, and am now busy prepping to release my long awaited album in the Spring, followed by an international tour!”