So, you’ve cut your hair short and you are loving it. Compliments simply keep pouring in about your new look. But, what about the party this weekend? Your lovely locks look great the way they are but why not raise the style quotient a bit and truly rock the party.
Before you wonder, now you won’t have to wear extensions to experiment with your hair. All you need are a few hair tricks to get going.
These three party hairstyles will have you feeling and looking your best
The half-up twist
If you’re concerned that your hair type may not work well with different hair styles, hold on a second. The half-up twist hairstyle is your best bet. Whether, it’s curly, straight, or wavy, this hairstyle gives you a party look without much effort.
What you need: bobby pins
- Separate a section of hair from your crown area
- By combing the hair upwards tease it for added volume
- Pin the sectioned hair at the crown using bobby pins
- Taking a section from above the left ear, gently twist and secure it near the crown
- Repeat the same process for the other side
- Add a touch of hair spray to complete the look
- Also, check out these interesting Diwali party hairstyles that you can try this year!
The faux hawk look
Those with short hairstyles can now try the faux hawk look this hairstyle is sure a head-turner. You can customize the look by either opting to gel the sides or twisty side braids.
What you need: Blow dryer, a paddle brush, hair spray, and bobby pins.
- To achieve the perfect look, use a texturizer to dampen your locks
- Separate a section of hair at the crown and volumize it using a blow dryer (using a paddle brush along side would be ideal)
- Secure the blow-dried hair at the crown into a pouf using pins
- Next, create horizontal sections and twist them into braids, thereafter securing them with bobby pins
- You could use gel to slick back the sides
Delicate front braid
This easy hairstyle for short hair is simple to carry off and suits almost any face type. The best part though, is that you can carelessly dance away without having to worry about hair falling all over your face.
What you need: Bobby pins
- Using a tail comb, section out a part of hair from near your forehead
- Start braiding the hair by dividing the sectioned hair into three parts. You can alternatively choose to twist the hair.
- Pin your hair, some centimeters above the ear and let your hair fall loosely at the sides
So, give that plain look a miss this weekend and try out these fun and quirky party hairstyles for short hair. Additionally, you could ramp up the look with some hair accessories to cast more focus on those locks.
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