Party Styling Tips for Short Hair
Need a little inspiration for the upcoming holiday season? There’s no better moment than this to start experimenting and having fun with your hair! If you have a sexy short hairstyle and no idea whatsoever on how to add some personality to your hair, take a peek at these easy party styling tips. Whether you have an oh-so-chic pixie, a funky crop or a sophisticated short bob, you can get a stunning polished holiday look in an instant.
Sparkle this season trying some of the hottest and simplest styling party tips for short hair! The result? Fabulous, attention-grabbing looks for a va-va-voom entrance. Show off your lovely crop and get ready to stand out! Sleek, textured or curly, keep in mind that a healthy hair will always be trendy!
The already famous pixie is definitely one of the cutest and chicest styles for short hair. Give it a party-looking finish with products that add a lot of moisture and shine. For the ultimate romantic appearance, apply a small amount of smoothing cream to damp hair and blow dry your hair straight. So adorable yet sexy! You can also opt for a natural styling by simply using some texturizing spray before drying your hair and then apply some gel. Use your fingers to get a messy yet dressy vibe.
by Angelsby Ken Picton
by Avedaby Franck Provost
by Esteticaby Lisa Shepherd
The holiday season is the right opportunity for you to go bold and step out of your normal hair styling routine. Think wild rock chick hair, so party perfect and hot! Don’t be afraid to pull off a punk crop with big attitude. This is not just a super-cool style but it also adds a glam, sexy touch and looks absolutely gorgeous especially if you are wearing it with maximum confidence. Remember to play up your most beautiful features going for an eye-catching makeup. Curl your eyelashes and apply a vampy lipstick. You can also add a pair of glitzy earrings.
Nights out in the town are great for trying a variety of stylish looks. In order to make a memorable entrance with a funky shortie you just need a small amount of wax or gel. If your hair is shorter above the years or if you have edgy layering or an asymmetric cut, you can have fun while styling your cool crop. Start on just-washed hair! After you blow dry it, take some gel and style it using your fingers.
The best thing about cropped styles is their amazing versatility that allows you to wear your hair in a variety of tousled, smooth or uber-sleek ways. The glam, soft shortie is quick and easy to achieve and it doesn’t require special styling skills. You just need to straighten your hair and sleek down the hairs that are very short. Finish with a mist of hair spray to hold the look.
by Alexander Turnbullby Guy Kremer
by Faroukby Andrew Hill
by Mahoganyby HOB Salons
This holiday, you’ll look sexier than ever with a gorgeously styled bob. Bobs are versatile and can be really short or long and therefore are suitable for different face shapes. If you are looking for a feminine, elegant party ‘do, a playful bob might be the answer. Put a glamorous twist on your chin-length bob making a deep-side parting and keeping it straight and smooth. Use a flat iron to straighten your hair and get a super-sophisticated bob.
A sharp cut with bangs can also add an element of sexy femininity. Give your blunt bob a party perfect update by creating a sharp center parting on your wet hair. Next, blow dry your style straight. In order to smooth out your bob and for a diamond-like radiance, apply some shine serum. If what you want is a natural texture, mist some volumizing spray and blow dry your hair using a round brush to add volume.
If you have naturally curly hair and you feel like an outcast when it comes to finding the perfect styling for the holiday season, get ready to dazzle with a wow-worthy bob. Apply some emollient leave-in conditioner on soaking wet hair, tame flyaways with an antifrizz serum and scrunch to define curls. Opt for the effortlessly chic, voluminous version that works amazingly for special occasions matched with a showstopping makeup.
by Monroe Hairdressing by Sassoon Salon
by Lisa Shepherd by Franck Provost
by HOB Salonsby Royston Blythe