More Haircuts And Hairstyle Trends For 2019

By Eseandre

From cool styles to bright and bold colors, we saw it all in 2018. And from the looks of it, 2019 is on track to bring us more edgy, glamorous and amazing hairstyles. From no-fuss and naturally textured hairstyles to more daring looks, 2019 is going to be an interesting year as well.

In this article, we’ll discuss some of the styles that will most definitely rock the fashion world in the year to come. So, feel free to use this as a guide to help you as you shop for a new style on CysterWigs.

Blunt Fringe

Diane by Jon Renau

Start 2019 in a big way by making a major statement with your wig. One way to do this is by wearing a style with blunt fringe or a blunt bang. Rocking this style during the new year will surely make you a trendsetter and you’ll be proud that you took a stylish risk.

The Blunt Jawline Bob

On Edge by Gabor

The blunt jawline bob is a popular fashion-girl cut that you probably know already. But guess what, it is coming back for 2019, and this time it’s much shorter and bolder. According to a popular stylist, Sergio Pattirane from Rob Peetoom Salon in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, when it comes to this style, you’ll want a “straight bob that is shorter at the back, a few inches below your ears, longer at the front, and in line with your jawline.” By opting for this, you’ll end up with a more modern, streamlined bob. If you’re a fan of bob wigs, opt for this sleek and chic look for an updated look.

Textured Curls

Curl Appeal by Gabor

This is the year to embrace your curl pattern. Textured curls are on the trend radar for 2019. With a top emphasis on texture and volume, this hairstyle shows that you are a bold fashion lover while adding a bit of pop to your personality. So if your bio hair was super-curly, go back to your roots. Look for a curly wig that closely resembles your natural curls.

Internal Layers or Ghost Layers

Ocean by Estetica

This cut has been attributed to celebrity hairstylist Ramon Garcia. “It’s a technique that adds movement and texture while giving the illusion of a one-length haircut,” explained Ramon. This cut removes bulk from the hair without compromising on length. Varying lengths are crucial to this style. The internal layer cut has been compared to the layering of a lion’s mane. When it comes to a wig that closely resembles this technique, Ocean by Estetica is a good example of this style.

Retro Styling

Down Time by Raquel Welch

We may be heading future-forward, but a lot of 2019’s hair trends are going to be blasts from the past. Curtain bangs, brushed out curls, geometric cuts and poker straight hair are all coming back this year. Hairstyle trends for 2019 seem to be in favor of the feminine retro styles that most of us have seen before.

Hair Color Trends For 2019

Here are some hair colors that are expected to trend in 2019:

Smokey Pink

If bubble gum pink always seemed too extreme, this option might be more your speed. Smokey Pink has been described as a more mature version of pink hair. It is softer, sootier and carries sophisticated, smokey undertones. It also works with just about every skin tone.

Copper Velvet

Copper velvet has always been a popular and amazing hair color for people who aren’t afraid to make a statement. Well, guess what? It’ll still be trendy in 2019. Copper velvet is described as a rich and plush reddish brown tone. It’s very wearable and a luxurious color for many skin tones.

Multi-Colored Tips

This is a color mixture style that’s finding its way into the new year through a blend of different shades. From Brunette blending into chocolate plum to blonde blending into blue tips, pink tips or even lilac. This multi-colored style is amazing definitely for the adventurous.

So there you have it. Some hairstyles, colors and cuts to rock in 2019. CysterWigs has what you need to stay on-trend…or what you need to create your own trends. Shop today, and make 2019 a happy ‘do year.


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Help! What do Estetica’s color codes mean?

Do you ever find yourself looking at color swatches and not know what the heck all those letters and numbers mean? Here’s a little handy dandy break down to make things easier:

Any color code that ends in RT8 or RT4 means it has a dark roots

The tipped colors are the ones that start with RT like the RT613/27 or RTH613/27 or RT27/30

There is another tipped color that ends in BT, like the R24/18BT.

RT330RT4 is both tipped and rooted.

The ombres colors start with ROM but are not technically tipped, but do sort of have that same tipped appearance. Some ROM colors do also have a root and do end with “RT4”


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My Irish Reds – Color Reviews With Comparisons by Kathleen

(Paprika Mix – R133/24H – 32S29 – Sunset Red – Glazed Fire & Light Red)

Hi folks Kathleen here. So what is an Irish Red? It’s an intense copper blend. A beautiful blend of dark auburn – bright red coppers – with apricot blonde highlights. If you want to learn more about Irish Reds and all types of reds I recommend viewing Heathers’


(Heather’s Official Guide to Red Synthetic Colors video will be included below.)

It’s no secret I love red hair especially Irish Reds. They liven up my complexion without the need for makeup. They are a happy cheerful color. I can’t be in a bad mood when I’m wearing a red wig..it’s just impossible. 😉🍀

These are my favorites
1)-Paprika Mix on Carlotta SF by CysterWigs
2)-R133/24H on Eden by Estetica
3)-32S29 on Cali by Tony of Beverly
4)-Sunset Red on Isla by Tony of Beverly
5)-Glazed Fire on Celebrity by Raquel Welch &
6)-Light Red on Bryn by Envy

The first Irish Red I’ll be reviewing is Paprika Mix. I love that Heather has created a new color swatch vs what is supplied by the manufacturer. Color accuracy…bravo Heather it’s spot on. This is a beautiful Irish Red that is intense but surprisingly natural and subdued compare to the other Irish Reds in this article.

I took these photos of my Irish Reds on wig heads on a overcast day. This is the best light to illustrate the true accurate color of these reds. In my cover photo (image 1) I lined up all six Irish Reds on my kitchen floor in low/medium natural indirect light from my windows. From the front they all looked quite similar (because of the apricot blonde highlights) but from the back (the view I show you) there is quite a range of colors they come in. They look quite subdued in color as well because out of all the hair colors there are reds change the most depending on the lighting conditions. All the photos in this article were taken in various natural lighting conditions for color accuracy.

It’s very subtle but Paprika Mix transitions from a warm highlight Irish Red in front to a slightly darker medium natural red auburn in the back. This color has beautiful dimension without the need for heavy bold highlights or rooting.

If you compare the front view of Paprika Mix (image 4) to (image 6) (the back view) you can see the color of the back view is muted, redder (cooler) and a bit darker than the front. This is a sophisticated Irish Red and very believable. No one will think Carlotta SF in Paprika Mix is a wig. This article is predominantly about color but as a side note the fibers on Carlotta SF are very fine and not shiny which also adds to its believability. 😉

Ahh Estetica’s R133/24H a warm heavily highlighted Irish Red. This one looks very natural as well. The colors are more separated (not as blended) as paprika Mix but still beautiful. The apricot blonde highlights are chunkier but not in a garish way..more like a very expensive highlighted auburn job from an upscale Salon. 😉

A little info for you…You might have noticed that Eden in (image 9) looks shorter… you are correct!…I gave Eden a haircut…🤪 the photo of me wearing her (image 7) is Eden in all her glory before I customized her.

From this top view (image 10) you can see all the colors used. A dark natural auburn a red copper and apricot blonde. She’s a warm dynamic Irish Red. Again Estetica fibers are not shiny which definitely contributes to The believability of the color. Overall she’s a more intense color with bolder highlighting than Paprika Mix but still quite natural looking. Out of these six Irish Reds Paprika Mix and R133/24H are closest in appearance to each other.

(Image 11) illustrates the dynamic blend of colors that make up R133/24H

Tony of Beverly offers the most reds on the market..hands down. I love Tony of Beverly for that. Did you know that only 2% of the worlds population has natural red hair? So the fact that TOB offers so many is a treat indeed. 32S29 is one of my Favorites. Especially stunning and effective in a short style like Cali illustrated in image 12. The color distribution is stacked. The nape is a dark red auburn the back is an intense copper red mix and concentrated in the front and sprinkled on top is an intense apricot blonde. Really sharp looking. I love the dimension created by the color distribution.

32S29 is a more intense version of Paprika Mix. The color distribution is similar but Paprika Mix is more subtly nuanced.

(Image 16) illustrates beautifully the color distribution of 32S29. The transition from dark red auburn to intense copper red to apricot blonde is masterfully done. A dramatic Irish Red and particularly chic on short and textured styles like Cali.

Sunset Red I love Sunset Red! I have many wigs in this color. She’s a vivid but natural well balanced Irish Red. If you loved 32S29 you will love Sunset Red because they share the has same colors. These colors are distributed evenly on Sunset Red vs 33S29 that is stacked.

Compare (image 4) with (image 19) Paprika Mix and Sunset Red look similar from the front. The difference is Sunset Red is this intense and warm throughout the color mix whereas Paprika Mix gets darker and not as intense towards the back.

I love this view of Sunset Red (image 21 on Isla) you can see all the colors used and the mix is dynamic but very evenly distributed. No one color pops out.

Glazed fire on Celebrity by Raquel Welch. My first Irish Red and still one of my favorites. She’s overall a little cooler than Sunset Red. This color is very intense. The highlights and color mix are blended but still very dynamic. Out of my Irish Reds Sunset Red (TOB) and Glazed Fire (RW) are most interchangeable. Even their fibers are similar at least in shine. I would say Tony of Beverly fibers are finer in denier than Raquel Welch’s. That is good news for folks that love Glazed Fire and want more styles than RW offers. Look to TOB and Sunset Red. 👏🏻

(Image 25) is great to illustrate the colors used in Glazed Fire. You can spot the dark auburn the red coppers and the apricot blondes used to make this gorgeous Irish Red.

I just love the back of Celebrity…this curl pattern really showcases this color.

The last Irish Red on my list of favorites is Light Red by Envy. This color is not for the faint of heart. This is a straight up fashion Irish Red. Its not natural but it is gorgeous. This is the coolest or reddest out of my top six Irish Reds. Light Red is intense. She has apricot blonde highlights like the other Irish Reds showcased here but the overall color is a very intense cooler version of an Irish Red. If you have a cooler undertone to your skin and really want to try an Irish red this would be the one I would recommend.

(Image 28) is my “color” sample for Light Red. The manufacturers supplied sample is in my opinion way off. Just saying..Lol 😉

Well I hope you enjoyed my top six Irish Reds. The most natural is Paprika Mix and the least natural is…you guessed it Light Red! The take away here is red hair especially Irish Reds are beautiful and mood altering colors. You want to get on the happy train try an Irish Red…and by all means…ENJOY!



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