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WHAT’S GOING TO BE YOUR GO TO FOR 2019? Anthony’s latest hot tips seen VOGUE

When it comes to refreshing your look, nothing quite beats getting your hair cut or dyed. Not only is it a visual change, a great hair refresh can inspire a whole new wardrobe, boost your confidence and represent a brand new you. From a subtle chop to a dramatically different dye job, whatever the change is it’s guaranteed to make you feel like a brand new woman — and moving into the new year there’s never been a better time to take the plunge.

As the years pass, hair trends come and go. From pixie cuts to balayage and even toasted coconut hair, we’ve become used to chopping and changing our ‘do based on what celebrities, models and magazines are touting that month. So as we come into 2019, what can we expect to be doing with our hair? We’ve enlisted the help of three top Australian stylists – Barney Martin, Paloma Garcia and Anthony Nader – to see what they predict to be big in the months ahead — and trust us, there’s a lot to look forward to.

The cuts we can expect to see everywhere
“We will see androgynous pixie cuts through to side parted 70s inspired, loose layered waves. Side parts and strong, healthy looking hair [is going to be big].” – Barney Martin.

“The hot trend that I’m seeing is shorter crops, but with some length in the interior of the haircut which gives enough hair to play around with. This is key! Choppy length will make your haircut feel directional and fashion forward.” — Anthony Nader.

“Fringes are huge, with a 70’s influence. Lobs are being grown out and hair is longer now with more layers throughout for shape and movement. Women are air drying their hair more now than ever so it’s going to be natural and undone.” — Paloma Garcia

“A beautifully cut curtain fringe will be one of the biggest trends for the year ahead. A sneaky overgrown fringe, with a length that floats just below your eyelashes is the go-to for many models, looking beautiful, cool and modern all at the same time.” — Anthony Nader.

The celebrities we’ll all be looking to
“I love the fact that with social media there is so much influence at everyone’s fingertips, so hair inspiration is utterly personal. Mainstream, the Hadids and Jenners of the world will always be key influencers, but all of the new looks share clean and healthy looking hair — you want to make sure your hair is in optimal health.” – Barney Martin.

“Kendall Jenner’s hair look is relatable and achievable, with her bob moving from a shorter length to a medium length. Gigi Hadid wears her long hair with great shape and gives it lots of life. Keira Knightley still has the hair goods with her polished brunette strands which are the envy of most Hollywood A-Listers. For her incredible poker straight locks, don’t be afraid to use a flat iron. All eyes will be on Zoë Kravitz in 2019, and with a slew of movies coming out, I can’t wait to see what her next hair move is. Zoë embraces her natural texture which we will see more of during 2019.” – Anthony Nader.

“2019 will continue to be all about texture in many forms – the 70s shag, feathery bangs and big curls. Model Freja Beha Erichsen will therefore continue to be a big influence for this, as she does the look so very well.” — Paloma Garcia

The hair trends that will disappear in 2019
“I would love to see the final nail in the coffin for balayage (or that word at least!). More bespoke, hand painted colouring techniques are now prominent. Vibrant artificial colours that scream at you are gone.” — Barney Martin.

“Anything that doesn’t suit! Suitable is the most important thing with haircuts for the face shape and hair type. There is no point having a haircut that you love and desire if it doesn’t work with your best features and suit you.” — Paloma Garcia

The colours we’ll all be trying
“Personalised, hand painted colouring will continue to be big in 2019 with emphasis on bringing colour back to the root, especially around the face so as to brighten and lift the skin tone. Pretty, muted pastels will still be popular: think dusty pink or orange.” — Barney Martin.

“Warm golden blondes are big with rose gold influences. Blondes are less coloured overall with pops of brightness around the face and through the ends.” — Paloma Garcia.

“Alannah Walton, our own Australian Victoria’s Secret model wears her locks in a stunning ash brunette, that removes that brassy warmth from making an unwanted entrance. Keep your brunette looking more ash by using an ash or cool coloured shampoo at least once a week.” — Anthony Nader.

The treatments to try
“We are really excited about creative waving. This is essentially perming, but with new technology and winding techniques that help to give full curls or soft texture and then volume can be given to the hair, and it’s also ultra low maintenance.” — Barney Martin.

“Styling and tonging hair to look like you have just left the beach. This is hot! More wearable treatments for the hair to ensure great hair health and as always great products to give you that perfect texture.” — Paloma Garcia.

“In 2019, make your new year’s resolution to be kind to your locks and make the move from thick cotton fibre scrunchies or elastics to a silk hair tie. These are not only perfect for putting up your hair, but also prevent you from placing unwanted stress on your hair delicate strands.” – Anthony Nader.

HOW DO YOU GET KAIA GERBER’S “BITS” ANYWAY? Seen GRAZIA

Last week we took our hair inspiration from a seven-year-old (thank you Harper Beckham). This week, it’s a 16-year-old.

Kaia Gerber – arguably the most in-demand teenager in the world – knows how to wear her hair. Or at least Jen Atkin knows how to style it.

Attending the launch party of her new collaboration with Revolve and Karl Lagerfeld in Los Angeles, Gerber served up a very millennial take on ’90s dressing. Reconstructed power suit – cropped at the waist and abbreviated at the hem – she accompanied her new line with minimal makeup and an effortless bun with ‘bits’.

Reminiscent of ’90s hair and the infamous “slut strips”, the playfully mussed up ‘do with those strategic tuffs of hair around the face have been a regular fixture on the celebrity hair circuit. Recently, Kendall Jenner paraded a chignon with well-placed bits at the CDFA Fashion Awards. Fellow celeb progeny, Bella Hadid is also a fan, as too sister Gigi. And Hailey loves a little bit.

But, whilst the carefree bit ‘n’ bun combo may come off all I-woke-up-like-this, there is a strategy behind the seemingly lo-fi look. “The easiest, most foolproof way to get those loose bits dancing around your face freely is using your thumb and index finger, and piece out where you want the bits to escape,” says Anthony Nader. “This is a nice controlled and calculated way to frame the face and looks ever so editorial at the same time.” So strategically pull your tendrils out first, then pull it back. If you do the reverse, hair looks ravaged as opposed to irreverent.

Make it modern and keep the body glitter on ice. Straggly, solo strands have never looked so good.

 

WHAT’S THE BEST HAIR COLOURS FOR SHORT HAIR? Anthony gives us the scoop seen BYRDIE

Girls With Short Hair Should Avoid This Colour Trend, Says an Expert

Everywhere we look, someone is cutting their hair. Kendall Jenner parted with her raven locks, Bella Hadid is now the proud owner of a sleek French-girl bob, even Kate Hudson has taken it to the next level with her fresh buzz-cut—and she looks amazing to say the least. If the above examples are anything to go by, cutting your hair is the best beauty update you can undertake this spring.

Most long-haired girls would agree though, that transitioning from long to short is easier said than done (especially if you’ve had long hair for years—you can feel almost naked without it). All of a sudden, your go-to colour and styling techniques are redundant, and you’re left mystified when it comes to consulting your stylist. So to save the confusion (and the guesswork), we enlisted the help of Anthony Nader of Raw. Working between Australia and New York, Nader has a well-rounded (and global) take on what works for short styles, plus five product recommendations that are sure to change your life for the better.

Byrdie Australia: What is the most requested short hair colours your clients ask for?

Anthony Nader: I find girls with shorter lengths want to push their hair to the lighter end of the spectrum. This is never a problem, but only if their strands are in tip-top condition. The lighter the hair, the more impact it has against your complexion and bone structure, which is fantastic for highlighting the features. There’s nothing more stunning than a beautiful blonde base—your skin will appear luminous and your cheek bones will pop.

B: What is the most requested cut when a client decides to go short? 

AN: Most of my clients want soft and feminine styles. In my books, this works for any person (or season) as not everyone can carry off a hard-edged short crop. Most people request a haircut that hugs the hairline with interior texture. This style is not only fun to create different hair shapes, but it’s also on-tend. Basically, the more texture your hairdresser can cut in, the more your style can move around. It also makes it easy to change it up using different hair products, meaning you’re always one step ahead of the trend.

B: What are the most flattering colour trends for shorter styles?

AN: If you want low maintenance, don’t venture more than two or three shades from your natural base as the upkeep will hurt your purse. Also, you need to think about your makeup if you do go down this track. You might find it’s best to swap out your existing shades and start fresh to match your new colour.

Another great look for shorter hair is to lighten the mid lengths and ends a bit. This is fun as it gives your short hair more dimension and texture, whereas without, your hair length might look solid and round. Even if the texture is there, a solid colour can hide it from everyone, even you.

If you’re afraid of colour, ask your hair colourist to weave in some baby lights on the top area of your head. This will create a very natural halo effect, and it might encourage you to be more adventurous next time.

B: What colour trends should shorter lengths avoid?

AN: Any shade that is too dark needs to be seriously thought about before it’s too late (and painted all through your hair). Dark colour on the hairline and scalp is a dead giveaway that you’ve had a dodgy colour job. By all means, have your fun on the mid-lengths and ends with the colour palette you and your hair colourist have chosen, but always think about how you’re going to manage it between salon visits.

B: What short-hair colour trends will be everywhere this summer? 

AN: I’m really into soft and muted colours—nothing plastic or shiny-looking. French woman are known for having that “I haven’t been to the salon, I don’t know what you’re talking about” vibe. I love that they like their colour and cut to look like it’s worn in—it’s almost secretive in a way. This summer, the colour trend will have more of a French, cool-girl vibe, rather than squeaky clean with bells attached. It will be soft, lived-in, and almost washed out, in a way.

Nader’s top five best products for short hair:

R+Co Badlands Dry Shampoo Paste ($46)

David Mallett Australian Salt Spray ($54)

Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($63)

Bumble and Bumble Thickening Creme Contour ($41)

Muk Filthy Muk Styling Paste ($25)

ANTHONY NADER REVEALS HIS TOP TIPS TO GET YOUR HAIR BACK TO LOOKING ITS BEST

Hey hair mid-life crisis………..we’re talkin to you! As seen on Dailymail.co.uk

As we age, our locks undergo many changes. For women, this is often related to stress and hormones; and while grey strands and hair loss might be the major concerns for women, loss of volume, dullness and dryness can be all signs of your hair’s unhealthy state.

Celebrity hairstylist Anthony Nader says his female clients often complain about grey and lacklustre hair that is dry and without volume.

‘They all come down to basically each hair strand becoming dehydrated and losing it’s plumpness which, in turn, becomes like an autumn leaf,’ he says.

 

Celebrity hairstylist and owner of RAW Salon in Sydney, Anthony Nader, says many women experience hair loss, dullness and dryness in their 30s and 40s.

Celebrity hairstylist and owner of RAW Salon in Sydney, Anthony Nader, says many women experience hair loss, dullness and dryness in their 30s and 40s.

 

‘You need to keep each hair strand plump and full of life so it performs.’

Mr Nader, who has worked alongside Kendall Jenner and Gisele Bündchen, says stress and hormones can affect a woman’s hair throughout her life.

 

Anthony Nader, Kendall Jenner, NYFW 17

Mr Nader with Kendall Jenner recently at New York Fashion Week

 

‘Breastfeeding, menopause and stress can be huge contributors to losing your hair and dealing with calming down your over active hormones,’ he explains.

‘Hormones will wreak havoc and you need to be always one or even two long steps ahead of them.

‘While your body is going through any of these transitions that occur at some point in your life, this is where you need to take extra care in treating the cause of the problem,’ he adds.

 

Keeping your hair one colour will make it look flat and dull. Grey strands can be given new life with 'dimensional colour', says Mr Nader

Keeping your hair one colour will make it look flat and dull. Grey strands can be given new life with ‘dimensional colour’, says Mr Nader

 

‘Going grey can be dealt with by colouring to suit your complexion, the pregnancy thankfully is a time when you need to balance out the supplements and add more nutrients in your day to day diet.’

However, Mr Nader says menopause is particularly ”trying” for women.

‘I’ve seen this stage on many of my clients, and with the right shampoo and conditioning products and styling you can create the illusion of thicker hair and fool the crowd confidently,’ he says.

‘You need to take extra care of maintaining and treating your hair to always feel supple and beautiful.’

Mr Nader recommends getting six-weekly haircuts, avoiding too much bleach and adding layers.

TIPS FOR HAIR LOSS

* Sweep your hair over to the opposite side. It will give you more volume

* Use a dry shampoo to achieve more hair texture

* If you want extra height on the crown area, use a brush, not a comb

* Opt for a thickening shampoo and conditioner

Mr Nader regularly shares images on social media with celebrities like model Kate Upton

Mr Nader regularly shares images on social media with celebrities like model Kate Upton

‘Layers are always a fabulous idea when you want and need to bring life back into your hair and especially around your face,’ he explains.

‘Go easy on the bleach and other heavy duty colour treatments as this can over time put stress on your poor hair strands.’

By Sheree Mutton for Daily Mail Australia

ANTHONY NADER SPILLS ON THE MAJOR HAIR HE STYLED FOR KENDALL AND GIGI AT TOM FORD

Anthony Nader gives us the blow-by-blow description on how to get the ‘no-chop-chop’ look as seen on smh.com.au

A major hair chop can be a real transformer and when Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Grace Hartzel sashayed onto Tom Ford’s spring summer runway it looked as if they had all taken the plunge.

According to hair stylist Orlando Pita,”Tom wanted to cut all of the girls’ hair off; this was my solution.”

 

Anthony Nader and Kendall Jenner backstage at the Tom Ford Show.

Anthony Nader and Kendall Jenner backstage at the Tom Ford Show.

 

Pita interpreted this extreme direction by creating a cleverly pinned short cut. He took the models’ hair, twisting and pinning the back section into submission and using his Recast Tinted Oil Spray Glazeand Climate Change Humidity Blocking Hairspray to create textured hair on top. The end result was hair that looked seriously cool.

 

Gigi Hadid opens for Tom Ford at New York Fashion Week. Photo: AP

Gigi Hadid opens for Tom Ford at New York Fashion Week. Photo: AP

 

Pita went on to say that the thing he likes about this hair style is that it will hopefully entice some real life chops.

“That’s the point; we want to inspire you to actually cut all of your hair off.” Australian hair stylist Anthony Nader worked backstage with Pit and gave us the blow-by-blow description on how to get the ‘no-chop-chop’ look.

Nader described the look as “dangerously sexy and very Tom Ford”.

The overarching brief was that Ford wanted “the models to look confident and strong with a little boyish attitude thrown in for good measure.”

“This hairstyle was a hit,” says Nader, “as everyone thought all the models had their famous locks chopped off when really they didn’t. It was really great and this style only took 15 minutes to produce back stage.”

Get the look

Nader talks us through the backstage steps:

·      If your hair strands are super soft and clean just spritz a little sea salt spray all over, so the hair has some grab to it and blast over it with your hairdryer using a large flat paddle brush.

·      Take a wide section at the top centre of your hair; brush it and smooth it back, then twist and secure this into a coil just below the crown then pull the coiled length to the front of your head.

·      Next, take two side sections in front of your ears and direct them back to meet the original coil on your crown and pin these flat and forward with bobby pins.

·      Tousle the pieces that have been brought to the front to mimic a pixie cut. To finish, spray with a light hairspray to keep hair in place.

·      If all else fails set your hair stylist the task.

 

By Stephanie Darling for smh.com.au

KENDALL, EMMA AND EVEN KERRI-ANNE ARE DOING IT: CELEBRITY HAIR STYLIST ON ‘THE TINKERBELL’ TREND – AND HOW YOU CAN GET THE HOTTEST RED CARPET LOOK AT HOME

  • ‘The Tinkerbell’ hairstyle is the latest trend to sweep the red carpets
  • The look involves a chic high bun and a wispy yet blunt fringe
  • It has been worn by Kendall Jenner, Emma Watson and Perrie Edwards
  • Kerri-Anne Kennerley and Karrueche Tran have also donned the look
  • The bun resembles Peter Pan character Tinkerbell’s signature locks
  • For more Kendall Jenner style news visit www.dailymail.co.uk/kendall

Over the past 12 months we’ve seen the return of bobs, lobs, ‘undone’ hair and ‘bronde’ locks on the red carpet.
But recently a brand new trend has been sweeping the red carpets: ‘The Tinkerbell’.
High profile celebrities around the world have been stepping out with chic high buns and choppy, wispy bangs just like the sassy Peter Pan fairy, including Kendall Jenner, Australian TV host Kerri-Anne Kennerley and most recently, Emma Watson.

Rise of 'The Tinkerbell' trend: Kendall Jenner (pictured) is one celebrity who has recently rocked a high bun with accompanying edgy bangs not unlike Peter Pan character Tinkerbell's signature locks

Rise of ‘The Tinkerbell’ trend: Kendall Jenner (pictured) is one celebrity who has recently rocked a high bun with accompanying edgy bangs not unlike Peter Pan character Tinkerbell’s signature locks

Chic: Chris Brown's former actress girlfriend Karrueche Tran (pictured) also rocked The Tinkerbell do with a stunning braided section at the back for a quirky twist at the 2015 AMAs BFFs Christina Milian and Karrueche Tran shine at 2015 AMAs

Chic: Chris Brown’s former actress girlfriend Karrueche Tran (pictured) also rocked The Tinkerbell do with a stunning braided section at the back for a quirky twist at the 2015 AMAs

 

‘The Tinkerbell fringe is ever so cute and dare I say fun and flirtatious. It’s that peek-a-boo kind of fringe that flutters over the eyebrows and can be easily swept to one side to give that sixties Bardot vibe too,’ Sydney-based celebrity hairdresser and RAW salon owner, Anthony Nader, told Daily Mail Australia.
Kendall was one of the first to rock the look when she wore her raven tresses in a Tinkerbell topknot to show off her edgy, blunt bangs at the 2015 American Music Awards.
On the same night Chris Brown’s former actress girlfriend Karrueche Tran also rocked The Tinkerbell do with a stunning braided section at the back for a quirky twist.

Stunning: Emma Watson (pictured) is the most recent to have rocked The Tinkerbell trend - Emma wearing her locks in the high bun out in Germany on Friday night while promoting her new movie

Stunning: Emma Watson (pictured) is the most recent to have rocked The Tinkerbell trend – Emma wearing her locks in the high bun out in Germany on Friday night while promoting her new movie

Playful: 'It's that peek-a-boo kind of fringe that flutters over the eyebrows and can be easily swept to one side to give that sixties Bardot vibe too,' celebrity hairdresser Anthony Nader said

Playful: ‘It’s that peek-a-boo kind of fringe that flutters over the eyebrows and can be easily swept to one side to give that sixties Bardot vibe too,’ celebrity hairdresser Anthony Nader said

‘Kendall Jenner caused complete media madness when she showed up on the red carpet recently with her new fringe but, little did the world know that it was a complete fake (the fringe of course)!’ Mr Nader said.
‘For those of you not wanting to sacrifice having a fringe cut in, you can easily go to a wig store and get a clip on fringe.’
‘Sounds kind of strange I know but trust me, these are remarkable for changing up your look for any occasion and it’s just a matter to one or two clips attached to a fine fabric fringe piece and viola…you now have a fringe.’

Inspiration: The new trend is very similar to Tinkerbell's

Inspiration: The new trend is very similar to Tinkerbell’s

On trend: Australian TV host Kerri-Anne Kennerley rocked a Tinkerbell bun at the AACTA awards in December

On trend: Australian TV host Kerri-Anne Kennerley rocked a Tinkerbell bun at the AACTA awards in December

Lighthearted: 'The Tinkerbell fringe is ever so cute and dare I say fun and flirtatious,' Mr Nader said

Lighthearted: ‘The Tinkerbell fringe is ever so cute and dare I say fun and flirtatious,’ Mr Nader said

Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards also worked a faux fringe into her locks to create a Tinkerbell look during a recent trip to Japan.
Mr Nader does advise however, to steer clear of the ‘non-human’ hairpieces as they can look artificial and are unable to be styled with heat.
‘The human piece will not only last forever but also looks like the real deal to the point where your friends think you’ve just had a fringe cut in and you can use hot appliances to change up your look depending on what outfit you’re wearing,’ Mr Nader said.

Fake it until you make it: Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards (pictured) also worked a faux fringe into her locks to create a Tinkerbell look during a recent trip to Japan

Fake it until you make it: Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards (pictured) also worked a faux fringe into her locks to create a Tinkerbell look during a recent trip to Japan

Careful: Mr Nader does advise however, to steer clear of the 'non-human' hairpieces as they can look artificial and are unable to be styled with heat

Careful: Mr Nader does advise however, to steer clear of the ‘non-human’ hairpieces as they can look artificial and are unable to be styled with heat

Emma Watson and Kerri-Anne Kennerley have also rocked The Tinkerbell trend – Emma wearing her locks in the high bun out in Germany on Friday night while promoting her new movie and Kerri-Anne to the AACTA awards in December.
While many stars choose to play with a fake fringe to create the look, Mr Nader says the look can be just as effective with real hair.
‘For those of you not wanting to make a purchase and want to take baby steps here, ask your hairdresser to cut in some shorter pieces skimming only around the forehead area,’ Mr Nader said.
‘By doing it this way you get a taste of having shorting pieces that blend into the rest of your haircut and you can camouflage them easily.’

By Laura House for DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA

HOW TO GET VICTORIA’S SECRET HAIR

This is how you can get Victoria’s Secret Angel hair at home.

Victoria’s Secret models are known for their luscious, shiny locks and now you can re-create the look.

Candice Swanepoel's hair looked beach chic on the Victoria's Secret runway.

Candice Swanepoel’s hair looked beach chic on the Victoria’s Secret runway.

We spoke to Australian stylist Anthony Nader from RAW hair in Sydney for his tips on nailing Victoria’s Secret volume and bounce at home.

1. Build volume
The first step to achieve the Angels’ sexy undone hair is to apply a foam (or mousse product) instead of a sea salt. “A sea salt spray which will make your strands look dull and fluffy,” Nader says. “A foam will keep your strands more polished and smooth”.

Pureology Colour Stylist Silk Bodifier - $34.95

Pureology Colour Stylist Silk Bodifier – $34.95

2. Always use a bristle brush
When your blowing out your hair use oversized radial boar bristle brushes. “These brushes ensure a smoother finish, give more body and will make even the frizziest of hair controllable because of the bristles,” he notes.

Lady Jayne Essentials Radial Brush - $5.99

Lady Jayne Essentials Radial Brush – $5.99

3. Add shine
“When clients want this famous hair style I always spray a light weight shine spray on the mid lengths and ends only and skip the roots,” Nader tells us. “By adding in the spray on damp hair, it absorbs into each hair strands far better than on dry hair.”

Redken Diamond Oil Shatterproof Shine Medium - $24.50 (30ml)

Redken Diamond Oil Shatterproof Shine Medium – $24.50 (30ml)

4. Invest in two hair curling irons
To achieve the Angels’ signature bounce you’ll need two different large sized barrel tongs. “After drying your hair, take haphazard chunky two to three inch vertical sections and wind each away from your face,” he says. Apply the large tong to every second section. “When your done shake the curls out to become large rippled waves,” he says.

Remington Perfect Curls 2-in-1 - $49.95

Remington Perfect Curls 2-in-1 – $49.95

4. Backcomb
This is the key step for added volume and height! “Back comb the top area around the part-line and crown and give them a light spray,” Nader notes.

Kendall Jenner gets her hair curled backstage at the Victoria's Secret Show.

Kendall Jenner gets her hair curled backstage at the Victoria’s Secret Show.

5. Add more hair
For even more bounce, try adding volume with hair extensions. “Visit a wig store and match your own colour,” Nader suggests. You can personalise hair pieces with baby clips so you can easily add them any time you want, giving the illusion of thicker hair. “Trust me this is what all the Victoria’s Secret Angels have on the runway!”

6. Refresh your colour
“Ask your hairdresser to lighten up a few block pieces around the face,” Nader suggests. A different variety of colour tones and highlights can create the impact of thickness and added texture.

By Sarah Carty for Lifestyle, Yahoo7