As every girl knows, the prom is an excuse to really go to town, and the more glam and glitz, the better! You’ve got the dress, the shoes, the makeup, the new jewelry… you’ve booked the limo, and that bubble of excitement is already starting to rise up inside your stomach…
Now all you have to do is work out how to fix your hair!…and a beautiful prom hairstyle is crucial for your overall appearance.
60’s influenced styles are back in fashion, but there are many other ways to make your prom hairstyle one to remember. Here’s the long and short of it!
Prom Hairstyles For Short Hair:
Chics with short hair are lucky because their prom hairstyle will take half the time to do! Short hair is the best type if you want to have a really out of this world flicks at the nape of your neck - think funky pixie!
All you need is some hair wax - apply a little and tease out the ends of your hair so that the style frames your face.
Prom Hairstyles For Medium Hair:
Those of you with medium length hair may think that there’s nothing interesting they can do with their hair.
But stop and think; you’re actually the ideal length because you can make your hair look longer, or shorter, fairly easily. To make your hair look shorter, take small sections, and carefully twist them towards the back of your head.
Pin the ends where you would normally have a ponytail, and tease the ends of the twists out away from your head to create cute flicks. To make you hair look longer, attach a quality fake ponytail, and fix your hair like the long haired girls…
Prom Hairstyles For Long Hair:
You girls with long hair can chose from several prom hair styles. You could leave it down (flowing locks are always great). But if you want to pin it back, remember that it doesn’t just have to be a ponytail. Put your hair into a ponytail first of all - (your hair will be too heavy without that extra support, and the style is most likely to slip).
Then take the ends of your hair and twist it or curl it, and pin it to the back of your head. You could even have lots of tiny plaits, intertwine them, and then pin them into a beautiful bun shape to form a kind of crown. Sensational!
Delicately curled tendrils work especially well if you have an off the shoulder dress. If your hair isn’t naturally curly, you can cheat!
Use a heat protective spray, and carefully curl the ends of the hair into traditional ringlets. Not only will this new style frame your face but it will create quite an impact… curly girlies always look romantic!
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