What better time than the start of a new decade to do a throwback to the 80’s? To try this fun twist from the usual short hairdos, go for a trim and get your stylist to curl your hair — vintage style.
If you’re looking to jump onto the bandwagon of the bangs trend but aren’t too keen on straight-cut short bangs, this is the hair look for you. These wispy bangs help to frame your face but are also non-committal — so if you’re not feeling it, you can tie them up into a high pony.
If you’re looking to switch things up but are too afraid to take the plunge and get a pixie cut, opt for the classic long bob. Tip: have the ends of your hair curled to add an elegant twist.
We know how humid the weather can get, and how often we feel the need to get the hair out of our faces. This look solves both problems, is easy and bonus: you’ll look like you’re ready to take on the world.
“New hair, new me” couldn’t be more accurate if you’re thinking about giving your hair new life with added fringe. Rock your tousled bangs with a half up-do or leave your hair down to achieve a relaxed vibe. It’s definitely a look to consider, especially if you’ve got a high forehead.
If you’re in a cocktail dress and unsure of what hairstyle would compliment your outfit, a quick high bun would never do you wrong. All you need is your go-to hairspray and some strong elastics and your hairdo will stay in place throughout the night.
Spice up your hairdo with some added colours and try this unique ombré look. This hairstyle features violet looks that fades into a light shade of blonde and ends with baby pink tresses. Just remember, if you’re going to be bleaching your hair, make sure to keep it nourished with hair masks and oils.
Unsure of how to style your hair for the New Years? Why not go for the classic long, straight hair and spruce it up with hair accessories like pins and clips. Tip: subtly match your hair accessories with the colour of your dress to look put together.