Thursday, April 5, 2012

Hairstyles for Prom

Prom hairstyles should not only be beautiful and attractive, but also easy to style. It is every young girl’s dream to show her best on the prom night. Recently a lot of celebrities are hitting side hairstyles. But this year's prom trends still include hairstyles such as classic and super formal updos or long, flowing waves. Maybe you puzzle about how to create a few easy prom hairstyles by yourself, here your confusion can be removed.

If you have a head of beautiful long hair, you can also do funky hairstyles easily. Girls with long hair might have more trouble taking good care of the long hair but have a variety of options for prom hairstyles. First, straighten your hair properly and thoroughly. After ironing your hair, make a neat part in the middle. Twist the two front pieces or shorter bangs into a clip at back. Smooth the rest of hair with finger combing.

If you have naturally curly hair, you should count yourself lucky. Many of your classmates will be at the salon around prom time sitting under the dryer with a head full of hot rollers or getting a perm that you won’t need. Curly hair tends to dry out so a few weeks before prom night start deep conditioning it weekly, or add in a leave in conditioner daily, to get your curls looking their best for the big night.

If you have wavy hair, you will find a variety of curl enhancing hair care products that are made with you in mind.After washing and conditioning your hair, simply add in the product of your choice and then dry your hair on low heat or with the aid of a diffuser so you don’t blow dry the curl right out of your hair. If you scrunch your hair as you dry it, you’ll be amazed at the curls you can get without having to use rollers or a curling iron.

If you want to have beautiful braid hairstyles, you could pull off the same glam hairstyles as the stars. Blow dry hair with a spray, then braid your hair and secure with an elastic band. Use your fingers to gently pick out some pieces and loosen the style. If you have layers, pull some strands out in the front as well. Twist your braid up into a bun and pin to secure like Jessica Simpson.


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