There is something wonderfully exciting about changing your hair style, especially as we approach summer. Here, we round up four of the key hair trends for 2019 and share some of our favourite products to help you achieve them effortlessly.
There is something wonderfully revitalising and exciting about changing your hair, whether it’s with a new cut, colour or style. If you’re looking for inspiration for something new, but don’t want anything as drastic as a different cut or colour, we’ve taken a look at the runways to find the most popular and manageable styles this year. Here, we round up four of the key hair trends for 2019 and share some of our favourite products to help you achieve them effortlessly.
#### High Impact Volume
It was the iconic Dolly Parton who once said, “The higher the hair, the closer to God,” and this is the sentiment behind one of this year’s _biggest_ hair trends. From Valentino to Versace and Moschino, we saw volumised hairstyles come down the runway, all clearly inspired by Dolly herself, Tracy Turnblad from _Hairspray_ and Priscilla Presley in her Sixties heyday. That kind of height, width and depth requires ample teasing, back-brushing and blow-drying, all of which take their toll on your hair’s health. That’s where nourishing and protective haircare comes in, with special formulas to boost the thickness of your hair and give it lift and life from the roots to the ends. [Kiehl’s Rice and Wheat Volumizing Conditioning Rinse](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/beauty/haircare/shampoos-and-conditioners/conditioner/rice-and-wheat-volumizing-conditioning-rinse/2500001782359.html) helps hair to appear fuller, delivering moisture without weight, while [Aveda’s Volumizing Tonic](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/beauty/haircare/styling/volumising-and-thickening/volumizing-tonic-100-ml/2530001145328.html) builds body from the root (perfect for fine to medium hair) while adding shine, helping you to take your hair to new heights (literally).
#### Straight and Sleek
In the Seventies, Cher became instantly recognisable by her long, lustrous, super-straight black hair that hung down past her hips. In the early 2000s, GHD burst on the scene and poker straight hair became _de rigueur_ once more. Now, in 2019, we’re seeing flat-ironed locks at the likes of Emilia Wickstead, Victoria Beckham and Missoni, often worn with a centre parting. Before starting with your straighteners, make sure your hair is completely dry and work through a heat-protective cream or styler such as [Aveda’s Smooth Infusion Style-Prep Smoother](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/beauty/haircare/styling/heat-protection/smooth-infusion-style-prep-smoother-100-ml/2530001145168.html), which prevents surface damage while defending against humidity, and this [Kiehl’s Heat-Protective Silk-Straightening Cream](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/beauty/haircare/styling/heat-protection/heat-protective-silk-straightening-cream/2500001782564.html) reduces frizz and prevents breakage, so you can tame your waves and safely straighten your locks.
#### Mirror Shine
When your hair is nourished, it has that healthy lustre. Take that radiance up to a mirror ball gloss and you’ve got a top trend for 2019\. Max Mara, Markus Lupfer and Tom Ford all showed lustrous locks with a gleaming finish, and this look goes hand-in-hand with this year’s other trends of big volume and super straight styles. This [Kiehl’s Magic Elixir Hair Restructuring Concentrate](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/beauty/haircare/treatments/serum-and-oil/magic-elixir-hair-restructuring-concentrate-with-rosemary-leaf-and-avocado/2500001782540.html) helps to restore your scalp and hair’s moisture balance, which in turn boosts your mane’s natural shine, but for an instant gloss, we’re turning to [Aveda’s Brilliant Spray-On Shine](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/beauty/haircare/styling/hair-spray/brilliant-spray-on-shine-100-ml/2530001145557.html), which gives a sheer mist of reflective polish to your finished do.
#### Scented Tresses
Hair fragrance is having its rightful moment this year, with perfume houses and fashion brands all reimagining their much-loved perfumes as hair sprays. Some might ask why you can’t just spray your normal perfume into your hair, but perfumes are typically alcohol-heavy, which can dry out and damage your locks. So now, we’re seeing a surge in hair mists and perfumes, as perfectly exemplified by Elizabeth and James with their [Nirvana-scented dry shampoos](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/beauty/haircare/shampoos-and-conditioners/dry-shampoo/nirvana-rose-dry-shampoo-200-ml/2500005859163.html), which infuse your hair with the brand’s heady and evocative signature scents. This [Aveda Air Control](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/beauty/haircare/styling/hair-spray/air-control-300-ml/2530001145755.html) spray provides lasting hold for your style while fragrancing your hair with exquisite floral notes such as lavender, bergamot and palmarosa. Just a gentle spray over your finished style and you’ll be turning heads with every flick of your hair.
**Model** Ella Hainsworth-Brear; **Fashion [Sportmax dress, £565](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/women/clothing/dresses/day/mantova-chiffon-stripe-dress/0000411675-1.html)**; Crisco hair band, £49; **Hair** Diego Spagnolo at [Radio Hair Salon](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/services/service/?cid=0c73de0b-43ce-414a-a959-d4beb3179746) at [Fenwick of Bond Street](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/store/?StoreID=bondStreet); **Make-up** Anna Opala at Tom Ford at [Fenwick of Bond Street](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/store/?StoreID=bondStreet)