NYE CELEBRATION HAIRSTYLES
PKMH Hairstyle 101
This year New Year’s Eve is low-key, it’s all about spending time with your loved ones and welcoming #2022 with the ones that matter. But why not play ‘dress up’ and make the evening fancy even at home!
When we say ‘dress up’ we mean everything your clothes, makeup & Ofcourse your hair.
Let’s try som sparkles, braids, volume, extensions...maybe all of the above...now is the time to make your hair appear the finest it's ever looked. We do have to take photographs to make some memories don’t we?
Looking for some New Year's Eve hair inspiration?
Continue scrolling to see the 10 most beautiful hairstyles to get you inspired for the year's most elegant night (in or out).
Here we go:
1. Curls with Pearls
This entire look is *chef's kiss*, from the volume to the curls to the hair crystals. You could dot these individual pearls onto the top of your head with a small bit of lash adhesive, or use a studded headband if you want something simpler.
2. High Ponytail
Sure, a basic ponytail is lovely, but if you have the length, try this long hairstyle with a portion of hair wrapped around the base of the ponytail. (You could also, ahem, look just as stylish with ponytail extensions.)
3. Backcombed Blowout
It's deceptively simple—just a smidgeon of waves and the tiniest of back rubs. When done correctly, though, this half-pulled-back blowout with a little teasing in the back (secured with a concealed bobby pin) may make straight hair the star of the show.
4. Micro Braids
With two little neatly weaved braids in front of your face, channel the '90s. (Of course, you don't need this much hair to pull it off!) Simply separate your hair down the center, section off the front portions, fix with clear hair ties, and spray for flyaways.
5. Single Sparkly Strand
To spice up a plain low ponytail hairstyle, you might incorporate a strand of rhinestones to emphasise your hair part. We'll let you in on a little secret: a thin line of hair glue is the key to getting it to stick without a million pins.
6. 70s Waves
If you're feeling nostalgic for the past on New Year's Eve, go for a vintage-inspired hairdo. Everything about this style screams '70s glam: the center part, matching barrettes on both sides, soft, brushed-out curls.
7. Braided Ponytail
This braided ponytail hairstyle ticks all the boxes if you're seeking for a simple hairdo that appears like you hired someone to do it for you. For a smooth, shining, professional finish, all you need is a moisturizing cream.
8. Soft Waves with slicked front hair
Try this slicked-in-the-front, soft-in-the-back style if you like a soft, loose wave but want to change it up for a special event. Your BFF will be a boar bristle hair brush for slicking your hair and combing out the curls.
9. Soft Waves
You should use a smaller curling-iron barrel than you think for gentle waves that will retain their form all night (stick to something around 1 inch). Curl all of your hair in the same direction using small, equal pieces, then release all of the tight ringlets using a boar bristle brush to create the pattern.
10. 90s Bun Hairstyle
This '90s-inspired bun is set to become your weekend hairdo of choice. This style is defined by two loose, face-framing sections (note: sectioning them off before securing your bun is easiest), so don't be scared to use your flat iron to get them smooth.
These dreamy and easy-to-do hairstyles can add that much needed finishing touch to your stay in #nye look.
Whatever the situation, let’s enter the #Newyear2022 in style!
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