3 Cute and Simple Hairstyles for a Party
In this hairstyling tutorial, I’m going to share with you some simple hairstyles for a party. Each of these hairstyles is gorgeous and very easy to achieve.
If you’ve been looking for inspiration for how to style your hair this festive season, I’ve got just what you need.
Tools and materials:
- Texturizing spray
- Bobby pins
- Curling iron
- Hair ties
1. Messy bun 2.0
1. Brush and spray hair
Brush your hair to make sure it is all detangled, and then spray some texturizing spray all over your hair to give it more volume.
2. Section your hair
Next, section off the part of your hair in front of your ears.
3. Tie a ponytail-bun
Now that you’ve sectioned the hair, what you want to do is create a low ponytail.
It is important that you only use your fingers to do this hairstyle because you want it to be messy, and if you use a brush, it's going to be too neat.
When you start doing your ponytail, don't pass all the hair through the elastic, you want to keep some of it in a bun.
You may have to do this a few times until you're happy with the result. It's one of those hairstyles that is going to be completely different every time you create it, but it's always going to look cute.
If you have long hair, use the ends to cover the elastic and secure it with a bobby pin.
4. Put a headband on
Then put a headband on your hair. I went for a green, linen kind of headband.
5. Pin back the front parts
After this, take the front sections, pass them back and pin them on top of the bun.
Remember that the idea of this hairstyle is that it's very effortless and very messy.
Secure your hair with a bobby pin, and make sure you're not pulling too much and that is still loose and messy.
Afterwards, I like to pull a few strands of hair around my face just to frame it and make the look more casual.
Here is the first hairstyle complete. I love how it looks, it’s hard to explain the style but it's super easy to create.
2. Bubble bow
1. Tie a half ponytail
Section off the top layer of your hair and tie it into a high half-ponytail.
For this section, you can use a brush and make it look as perfect as you want.
2. Add a bow
Over the top of the hair tie, place a black bow.
The one I’m using has an elastic attached but feel free to use one that has a clip or another accessory if you want.
3. Tie a ponytail
For the next part, you want to use elastics that are a similar color to the bow that you're using just to make it look a little bit more cohesive.
Create a low ponytail with all of the hair.
4. Pull out the hair
Then pull out hair, just from the ponytail that has the bow at the top, not from the sides.
5. Add another elastic
We're going to create a bubble braid, so put in another elastic and then pull hair out from the ponytail to make a bubble.
Repeat this until you reach the end of your hair. If you want, feel free to pull out some hair in the front.
I absolutely love this hairstyle, I think it's super cute.
3. Gentle curls
1. Remove the elastics
For the next hairstyle, remove all of the elastics from the last style, but keep the half up without the bow.
2. Curl hair
Take a thick curling iron and curl thick sections of your hair. Curl everything outwards, always away from the face.
3. Pin the curls
Once you’ve curled one section, don't let the curl go, just pin it with a bobby pin and let it rest and cool that way.
4. Curl and pin the rest
Continue to curl and pin the rest of your hair and when you’ve finished, apply a light layer of hairspray.
When your hair has cooled, remove the rest of the bobby pins and brush your hair out gently.
5. Add a bow
Add a big, statement bow on top of the hair tie.
And the third look is complete! I love the soft curls and the great big organza bow.
Simple hairstyles for a party
There we have our three simple party hairstyles. With gorgeous looks as easy to pull together as these, you have no excuse for not making your hair look magnificent.
Let me know which is your favorite in the comments below!
Enjoyed the project?
- Texturising spray
- Bobby pins
- Curling iron
- Hair ties
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