With the holidays coming its getting into Christmas party season. Perhaps you have sorted out a frock but you”re still stunted on what to do with those lovely locks. That”s where we come in. Let”s start out by making some suggestions for hairstyles. If you still think “how on earth can I do that myself?”, then you can make a visit to the salon, but perhaps with a little advice at least you”ll know where you”d like to start when you arrive here. We have provided a few helpful photos of styles we like for this year.
Holiday hairstyles can be elaborate or simple, the latest are lower set buns, braids, and smooth or messy curls. These styles are easy to wear and can go from day to night . . . and if they”re really cemented in . . . back into the day again. Who doesn”t want to look their best on that “walk of shame”?
A Chignon is an easy, classic updo that consists of a pony tail twisted into a bun, or combed over specially designed padding to create that Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany”s look. You could potentially try this one yourself; however, it helps to have a second set of eyes to smooth over the bumps and tuck in those protruding bobbies. No one likes to look like a lop-sided pin cushion. A word of advice for those of you with silky fine hair looking to pin their hair up into a sleek look: it”s easier to work with silky hair when its a little dirty so avoid squeeky clean hair pre-styling.
Here”s a romantic and sexy look. Soft braids that make you appear as though you just stepped off the set of Hamlet. With today”s tools and products we can take that ethereal look to a whole new level of gorgeous. Ophelia, would have drowned herself with jealousy no doubt.
Utilize your natural assets and don”t fight your curls, work with them. Wearing hair up is a strategy that girls with curls can use to their advantage.
Whatever it is you decide for your holiday hair we can help you put your party self together. Come to see us in Kitsilano and we”ll be happy to work our magic on you for your Christmas party!