6 Haircuts That Will Be Huge in 2019

Signs you may be ready for a haircut: You have dead ends, you’re bored with your current style, you’re experiencing a life change—or the biggest giveaway? You wear it back in a bun or ponytail most days. If this sounds like you, here are six haircuts to consider for the year ahead.

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Long Layers

Think: The 2019 version of "The Rachel" but much softer with long, wispy pieces that blend in nicely with the rest of your hair. This style is versatile and a good option if you’re just looking for a subtle refresh.

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Long Shag

Shags aren’t going anywhere this year—if anything, they’re just getting longer. Bonus points if you pair your layered cut with a set of curtain bangs like Camila here.

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Angled Pixie

Pixies have been gaining popularity recently, but Rowan's piece-y iteration just might take the cake. With short bangs that are angled to frame her face, the cut is equal parts edgy and gamine.

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Grown-out Pixie

Or keep a bit more length for versatility in styling options. A longer pixie can easily be tucked behind your ears, pinned or slicked back, and even pulled into a half-bun until it grows into a bob.

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Blunt Bob

A chic option for ladies with fine hair, a blunt bob gives the illusion of more volume. Just ask your stylist for a slight A-line cut (shorter in the back and gradually longer in the front) so that it reads more Posh Spice than second-grade bowl cut.  

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Bob With Bangs

ICYMI: Bangs are having a major moment this year. The one style we're pinning: A French girl bob with face-framing fringe. Worn sleek (like Vanessa here) or tousled with a few waves (like Alexa Chung).

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