The prom is considered as the most important social event of the year in any high school student's life. And obviously, you would want to look your best on this day! For that, you must have your beautiful dress, high-heeled shoes, and other matching accessories all planned out. But what about your beautiful long tresses?
For any social event, especially a prom, a key element for creating the perfect look is the hairstyle. Choosing an appropriate one can be a daunting task, but it does not have to be so. Here are various choices for prom hairstyles for long hair, which will complement your dress and make up.
The hair is considered to be a woman's most noticeable feminine feature. Choosing the right style for your hair is crucial for looking your best on the D-day. Your style should accentuate your dress, face, and make up. While there are a lot of choices available, it is important to find one that brings out the best in you.
Most girls with long hair generally tie their hair. But for such an event, it is necessary to add a little glamor to your regular style, because after all, we all want to look unique and glamorous on this special day!
To get such a wavy effect, immediately after washing your hair, scrunch your wet hair in your palm, and squeeze tightly towards the root. Continue this by taking each section of your hair all around your head. Apply mousse so that the hair sets in.
Do not dry your hair with a blow dryer, instead, let it air dry. After it is dry, roll one-inch sections around a one and a half-inch curling iron. Finger comb your hair to separate the curls into loose waves. Do not forget to use hairspray. You can use hair accessories, like pretty hair clips to complete the look.
Cover the elastic band with your random hair strands, and secure it with a bobby pin underneath the ponytail. Twist the hair into itself, and secure with bobby pins. Add flowers or small cute combs to complete the look. This is a great choice if you want a chic, out-of-bed look, with a touch of class.
Then, separate your ponytail into sections, each about one inch wide. Hold a section of your hair in an upwards direction, and roll the hair toward your head, and secure it with a bobby pin. Repeat rolling on all the sections. Then, apply hairspray, and voila! You have a classic updo!
While choosing any of the mentioned options, it's important to take into consideration other factors, like the shape of your face, and your body type. Also, it is important to plan ahead and select the style.
And keep practicing it so that you do not make a mess of it on the night of the event. Also, never try a new style on that night, as it will most likely result in a disaster. So, go ahead and try these hairdos on your gorgeous, long locks!