A small hair cut or hair styling can change the whole look and appearance of the face completely.
For the prom night to go perfectly well it’s important to have the perfect hair do too. The hair should compliment the dress and makeup for the night. It should not be over done or under rated. The most common and best hairstyle this Prom season are:
Prom Hair Style Ideas
The Simple Hair Down
If you have gorgeous and long mane then why not flaunt it? Keep it straight or get a bouncy curl on it. A nice Orchid or Rose at the nape of the neck or heavy crystal earrings make this simple look elegant and stunning.
The Side Swept Look
From side buns and chignon to just a precious or semi precious stone studded hair clip or turquoise comb holding the hair on one side, these side swept looks is very much in fashion this season. This look goes very well with single shoulder dresses and backless dresses.
The Perfect Bun
French buns and braided side buns are very classy and sophisticated. Use stone and crystal bobby pins to hold the hair in place. For braided side bun its best to go for hair that one day before shampooed as it gives the right effect. One more very elegant bun styling is the Swooped bun which is very7 simple yet extremely elegant.
The Half Up Do With Curls At The Bottom Or The Sexy Bob
Part the hair into two sections. On the top use hair serum and hair spray to slightly fluff up the front portion and leave a few strands out here and there. The remaining hair should be curled using hot curlers and sprayed to keep the curls in place.
Jody foster made this style an icon among girls. This slightly retro but very sexy look is neat and easy to maintain. Use hot curling iron to fold the bottom inward or you can go for the feather touch and curl the hair outward. Don’t forget to blow dry the hairs before you opt for this style to get the correct feel and look.
The Braided Headband
This style is for all the girls who love the girl next door yet sophisticated look. Take about 5cm of hair from just behind the ear and make a neat braid. Take it along the head to the opposite side and pin it behind the ear to give a look of a natural hair band. Meanwhile the rest of the hair can be arranged in a nice side bun at the nape of the neck or it can be folded into a French bun.
One Last Tip
It’s always best to shampoo the hair nicely and remove any dirt or oil in the hair. Conditioning is the second most important job. Make sure the conditioner is washed away properly.
Excessive conditioner can make the hair go limp and dull. A coin size amount of conditioner should be taken on the palm of the hand and should be mixed on hands and uniformly applied on the hair from the mid one-third portion downwards.