This formal hairstyle conveys an elegant yet sultry look with long spiral curly sections hangs to each side. The rest of the hair is clipped up to only about shoulder length and is brushed behind for the most part. The design does come forward a bit to cover the ears. The hair is naturally straight but curling irons have created the effect and the effect is perfected by a lighter shade of highlights woven throughout. The top of the head is parted slightly with the bangs swept out to the side across the top.
The dark hair starts almost perfectly straight, although it does include some wavy flicks upward. The hair does have some volume to it, especially on top but it is not excessive. It is enough to give the hair extra vitality. The hair falls past shoulder length, and much of it has been put up at the back in order to expose the neck. The hair is straight on top with a side part. The bangs have a comb over look to the left side and fall to eye level. Once the hair is pinned to a ponytail it is braided in a loose fishtail and pulled back on itself to create the distinctive loops.
This hair style is unique in that it conveys a windswept look while still being glamorous and highlighting the natural beauty. The hair falls past the shoulders but it is pushed both in front of the body while other pieces are pushed behind. The hair is layered and has added volume to it to give the hair some pizazz and will bounce and wave as you move. The top of the head is parted to the side with a subtle wave. Shorter pieces of hair frame the face and are swept to the left.
This style conveys an elegant, sleek look with the straight dark hair. The hair falls well beneath the shoulders and is pushed forward to cover the neck and ears. This is something to consider when deciding whether or not you want to wear accessories like earrings and necklaces with this style. The ends of the hair are slightly wavy and curly to give some life to the hair as it sits on the shoulders. The top of the head is straight with a somewhat lighter color as opposed to the ends
This hairstyle is a classic for prom, one that conveys an elegant, yet playful, almost girlish look. The hair has been curled and then pinned up in the back across the width of the head. The curls are thick and well-defined almost forming a crown. The curls have added volume to give the hair some extra flair but it is not overwhelming. The hair has been parted on the side with several thick strands brushed over to the right side and hanging down to the shoulders. The left side also has some shoulder length strands, and shorter pieces frame the face.
This hair style conveys a classy yet playful look. The long, blond hair is wrapped up into a bun in the back of the head with the ends visible to one side. The hair contains extra volume and fullness but it is not overwhelming. It has also been pulled back to reveal the neck and ears. In this style, the hair is mostly straight with some pieces of hair falling down in the back. The top of the head has a visible part with the bangs falling over to the right side and coming to just below the eye.
This hair style is sure to make your special evening memorable. The long, blond hair has been pulled into an updo with the hair wrapped around several times to create a large bob on top of the head. A wide fringe of the hair sweeps across the head to the right, partly covering the forehead. On both sides, longer sections of the hair fall down well below the shoulder. The right section is pushed in front of the body while the left section is behind the body. The style will no doubt turn heads.
This style is sure to turn heads as it conveys a sleek, seductive look. The hair has been swept back on the sides and the front. The front fringe holds extra volume instead of lying flat as it sweeps towards the back of the head. There is no visible part. The ears and the neck are also exposed. One wavy, wide section of the long hair is allowed to come down, falling well below the shoulders. The style also provides a pleasant contrast between the lighter blond hair on top and the darker roots.
This style conveys a sultry, mysterious look. The curly, wavy hair falls down past the shoulders. It has been brushed to fall both behind and in front of the body with the ears and neck covered. The curls are thin but are styled in order to create a ruffled look. The top of the head also incorporates this look but is straighter and not as curly. The hair has been parted on one side but it is subtle. There are also shorter pieces of hair that create uneven bangs in the front.
This style is classic and elegant for that special occasion. The long, brown hair is gathered into a ponytail in the back. This hair will no doubt sway and bounce as you move. The ponytail hangs down to the shoulders in the back, but leaves the rest of the neck and the ears exposed. The ponytail has some added volume. Longer strands of hair hang down in front, some down to chin length, to frame the face. The hair includes several lighter highlights.
This style is an updo with a curly fringe in front and longer strands in the back. The hair has been pulled back and lifted into a fringe on top of the head. This fringe had been styled into large, well-defined curls that sit on top. The fringe has extra fullness and it weaves inward from both sides to create two standout curls in the front. The ears and neck are exposed so they are free to be adorned. There are also longer strands in the back.
This style is special in that the hair provides a fun contrast between the long, curly hair pulled back behind the body and the straightened hair on top. The hair is gathered at the back of the neck and then curled. The curls are thick, wavy, and give the hair its extra volume. The hair on the top of the head is straight with a little volume added in. There is no discernible part but there are bangs that sweep forward. A longer fringe curls down to the mouth.