When you are getting ready for a holiday party, you might spend hours agonizing over your outfit, makeup, and hair. If it’s an after-work party, you might be wondering if it is okay to wear your hair the same way you did all day to work. After all, spending 45 minutes on a new hairstyle can be a big risk. But if you want to try something new, we’ve picked out 5 of our favorite party hairstyles that fit any length and texture that you can try out for your next holiday party.
Accessorize With A Side Clip
You can choose to either keep your hair up or down, curly or straight, and then accessorize with a sparkling side clip. It is a great way to open up your face and keep your locks out of your face.
Accessorize With A Crown
The holidays are a time to be a little extra and showoff your self-worth. Add a crown to your look to help add a little something extra to your look. You can keep your hair up or down.
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This look will make winter seem a little warmer. Beachy waves are a great way to get a fun look without having to use heat. Use this styling cream to help hold your waves in
Hair In A Bun
Having your hair in a bun can be a quick solution if you have to head to an after-work party. You might want to consider the placement of your bun too. Instead of placing it near the crown of your head, like this one in the picture above, you might want to consider putting it right on top of your head. Keeping it just a few inches back from your hairline can switch up your look to something fun and flirty for a holiday party.
Low Knotted Bun
There are tons of different ways you can pull off a low bun. To get it started, pull your hair into a tight ponytail at the nape of your neck. On the last tug through, don’t pull the hair all the way through. In this look in the picture, you can see that she knotted her hair.
To get this look, first, make sure that your hair has no tangles. If you want a little extra volume, you can tease your hair around the crown of your head by using a rattail comb or a brush. Next, gather your hair and tie it back with a hair tie. It is better to use a thinner hair tie. Experiment with where you place the ponytail to see what works best for you.
After you’ve made the ponytail, add a styling cream to keep your hair frizz-free. Next, twist your ponytail in one direction, using both hands to ensure that it is very tight. Continue to twist the hair until it is tight. Begin to wrap your ponytail around the hair tie. Keep it secure against your hair by utilizing bobby pins. From start to finish, the look only takes a few minutes to complete, making it a great look for holiday parties.
What’s your favorite look for a holiday party? Let us know!