19 Holiday Party Hairstyles From Pinterest That Wow
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What’s a festive party without conversation-starting strands? A flop. Finding a mane masterpiece that asks for minimal effort can prove fussy, but that’s what Pinterest is for. Below we rounded up 19 holiday party hairstyles that wow, and don’t take ages to whip up.
A playful spin on the ponytail, this four-tiered ‘do by Matt Fugate requires a brush, a teasing comb, and some no-snag elastics.
Show off your fiercest facial features and a fiery lip with a triple side braid that cascades down your neck.
Two bobby pins and makeshift hair accessories from your local craft store make a winning recipe for this fast crossed, starry style.
This multi-style updo requires half the time a traditional braided ponytail would. Use an elastic to secure, then tie a one-inch section of your own hair around the base of the pony to conceal it.
Substitute your plain Jane hair elastic with a fancy satin ribbon then spray with a shine hairspray for a fast, festive look.
Usually we reserve space buns and glitter for festivals, but the blunt bangs on this holiday mane make us reconsider.
Throw half your up, tease at the crown then garnish those curls with a cute bow.
Two buns and done. Add glitzy pins to this simple updo and stun.
Long hair is not a requirement for a wispy, two-toned ponytail. Use a scarf as a headband, leaving out face-framing strands, then add dimension with a temporary color hair spray.
A low bun—does holiday hair get any easier? Hell to the no.
There’s no wrong way to make a wispy updo. It looks heavenly and no one will know you half-assed it.
If you can twist two one-inch sections of your hair to form a ponytail, then this gorg coiffure is yours.
Burnt mustard makes a holiday mane so much better. Wrap a deep-hue bow or scarf around your low ponytail for an instant holiday touch.