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As we ring in 2019, it’s time to check out the latest hair and makeup trends for the coming year. From short blunt bob cuts to long, layered shags, matte skin and liquid liner, this year’s hair and makeup trends are exciting, fresh, and hot right now. Ready to update your look with the hottest new trends? Check out our list of the top new styles below.

2019 Hair Trends

The top hair looks in 2019 are all about effortless-cool style, that means your cut should be low maintenance and easy to style. Trends like blunt layers, bangs, and short bob-style cuts are all the rage this year.

Blunt Bob Cuts

The blunt bob is officially back in. This style works best when cut with no layers. It should be one-length and sharply cut right at the collarbone or chin line. We love this short bob by Los Angeles hair stylist Anthony Holguin.

Blunt Bob Cuts of 2019

Shaggy and Face-Framing Layers

If you want to hold on to your length, this next hair trend is for you: shaggy, face-framing layers. This cut helps long hair stay fresh and current while maintaining the length. The key to this cut is to ask your stylist for blended face framing layers and blunt ends. Add optional curtain bangs to complete the look. We love the looks by instagram-famous hairstylist @SalSalHair like this Fringe Look cut.

Shaggy and Face-Framing Layers of 2019

Natural Hair Colors

Remember the unicorn and candy-colored hair colors of 2018? Those are so last year, literally. The trend for hair color in 2019 is to keep it au naturale. That should be good news for our hair and our bank accounts - less dye means less harmful chemicals on your hair and less expensive cut and colors. Check out this stunning red hair by stylist @GrahamNation.

Natural Hair Colors of 2019

2019 Makeup Trends

Whereas 2018 trends were extravagant and often over-the-top looks (like dark plum lips and matching eyeshadow), makeup trends in 2019 return to the basics. This year you’ll start seeing an emphasis on simple, clean skin - it’s time to say no to the over-the-top contouring - and a return to classic makeup like liquid eyeliner and natural colors.

Return to Matte Skin

This year the trend for skin is to have a clean, matte look. No more thick foundation and strong contouring. Instead for 2019, it’s all about a minimal, light foundation and matte skin. We love this gorgeous look by Patrick Ta.

Matte Skin Make Up Trend

Liquid Eyeliner

The 90’s cult favorite is back! Liquid eyeliner is a top trend for makeup in 2019. The cat-eye and more subtle eyeliner looks are the perfect way to bring this trend into 2019 with a fresh new twist. We love this look by famous makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury (@ctilburymakeup).

Apply liquid eyeliner tutorial

Bursts of Color on the Eyelid

Looking for an easy way to spice up your makeup routine? Try adding a swipe of color to the eyelid. Hot colors for the year include unexpected hues like yellow and magenta, but for everyday use try light brown or a plum color. We love this look by makeup artist @HungVanngo.

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