Prom is of essential importance for almost all the teenage girls in the United States, preceded by lots of preparation for the big night.
This includes the choosing of the perfect dress and along with that, also the choosing of the best fitting hairstyle too. Yet, not everyone can or is bound to visit a hairdresser to prepare this hairstyle and even if they would, it is always useful to have some tips at hand on how to create easy prom hairstyles at home.
In this article we would like to give a helping hand in this and suggest some easy yet elegant styles for this special event. Might be, that you end up having the best hairstyle 2020 at the prom. Let’s see what you will need to do to achieve this.
Short Hair may give less alternatives in terms of styling there are still lots of exciting hairstyles you can sport depending on the exact length of your hair.
Short hair looks really extravagant with a couple of dresses; you may also want to think about choosing to dye it to a statement color just to stand out from the crowd.
Gel is really in this year for short and mid-length hair and these hairstyles look fantastic when worn with well- tailored dresses and suits.
Create your prom hairstyle at home, it’s really easy to do, just get some inspirations and do not be afraid to experiment with your hair beforehand, in order to make sure your new hairstyle will suit your face and also your beautiful prom dress.
This year when you are getting ready for prom, you want to be sure that you have the hottest hair you can so you can impress those cute guys who have been ignoring you all year.
So, you want to be sure you keep up with the latest styles so that everyone won’t think that you’re still stuck in junior high. This year in hairstyles 2013 is proving to be a great year to have short hair, so here are some of the best prom hairstyles 2013 has to offer.
There are excellent style variations for all hair lengths this year, so which one you choose depends on how short you want to go with your do when you are considering prom hairstyles for short hair.
If you want to go really short, you should try what some people call the Mia, named for the 1960s actress Mia Farrow. This is a very short cut that brings the back of your hair up and off of your neck and the sides of the hair up over the ears. This is a bold and daring cut and will look especially trendy if you’re a smaller framed girl.
If you don’t want to go so extreme, one of the more stylish short hairstyles for prom is the Red Sasha, another great trendy style, this one reminiscent of Eastern European culture.
This is a nice feathered look, parted to one side and letting the bangs flow over one side of the face partially covering your eye. You’ll want to pull the opposite locks up over the ear and pin it, but leave the other side free to flow.
You have a choice of options on the back of your hair. Either cut it to almost the shoulder or leaves it a bit longer and ties it in a bow. It’s a classic look either way.
Pretty prom hairstyles are always in vogue, and there’s nothing prettier than what I call the Girl Next Door. This one works better if you have a little more body in your hair, but you ladies with straight hair can still pull it off if you’re willing to put in some time with a curling iron.
You’ll want to leave this one a little messy with no definite part. After washing, blow dry it while fluffing the top and side masses with a towel. Again, you may need to iron in some of your own curls. What’s nice about this style is that you can achieve a shorter look without committing to a cut.
But while you’re looking at the latest hairstyles for prom, don’t be afraid to get creative and try your own thing. After all, you want to stand out at the prom, not blend into the crowd. Try a shorter hairdo and see if you can be the fashion plate of your high school.