The New Year is right around the corner and there is a mad rush to get everything right. The perfect dress, perfect accessories and the perfect looks. The right hairstyle will complete the charm. So what is it going to be this New Year Eve?
1. Diva Pull up
The perfect look for a heart shaped face and shoulder length hair. Sweep the hair and pull into a careless knot to get this casual and yet charming look. The few wisps of hair left to frame the face complement the heart shape. This carefully careless looks adds a lot to the mystery around you.
Accessorize with chandelier earrings or even hoops to complete the diva look.
2. Vintage and Accessorized
The vintage look never goes out of fashion. It adds elegance and mystery to the complete look. Try these vintage hairstyles to create an aura around you. These vintage hairstyles look their best when accessorized with a diamond string or a fancy hair slide. Well suited to style long hairs, the pulled back chignon gives a very classic look.
You can opt for the severe completely pulled back look or for the softer look with locks falling on one side. Combine them with the right kind of dress to make an elegant entry.
3. Sensual and Wavy
Whether short or long, hair looks just great when set in slight waves to frame the face. The soft waves falling along the face or around the face look very sensual and have a come hither look.
The hairstyle looks great on almost everyone and can be an option irrespective of the hair length. It goes well with most outfits so one doesn’t really have to think before deciding on it. Be the temptress tonight with one of thee sensual hairstyles.
Out with the boring and much done hairstyles. How about something really different which will make others sit up and look at you? Try these punk hairstyles to have every single head turn towards you as you enter. Irrespective of whether you have short hair or long, you can style them in punk to get that unique look.
Be careful to choose this hairstyle. They will go well with modern looking dresses rather than with formal gowns or sober looking ones. But then if you are weighing these options, it has to be because your free spirit has already chosen a dress that will look perfect with these hairstyles.
The seventies are back and how. These look perfect with short hair. Hair that is just about touching the shoulder or even if it is inches above it. The first one in particular with thick waves set on one side and softer ones on the other has a very appealing look. The way the hair seems to want to cover the face makes one look tempting.
The right make up will complete this retro look. Go for the oh-so-fair look with thin eyebrows and lips painted red. Take care to choose them with a dress which has the same retro feeling about it. It need not be your mom’s though! A few bling accessories and you are ready for the party tonight.
These are a studied way to look very casual. Again these modern hairstyles will suit shorter hair, shoulder length or even if they are kissing the nape. Shorter the better these rock and roll hairstyles are completely different in their looks.
Where as the first picture has the actress in a scrunched up hair-do falling in irregular waves to her shoulder, the second has her really short hair swept to one side of the head and falling on to her face. If paired with the right outfits, these hairstyles can perk up your looks considerably. Little or no accessories would be the right choice for the evening bash.
Well if you are the die hard romantic and are planning an elegant evening out with your partner, then try these ever green romantic hairstyles. Again the two hairstyles are completely different from each other. They suit long hair better as most romantic settings will make you think of princesses with long hair.
The first hair style has a very royal and elegant look. A braid made across the hair line is pinned back and the rest of the hair is swept up into an elegant bun a little low on the nape, perfect for the formal party. The second hairstyle is a little more casual and can be worn in both formal and informal settings.