Prom Hair Styles
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hair styles go to http://www.prettysoldiers.org
woman wants incredible shine, more body, tresses that feel silky to the touch,
with rich, natural-looking color that turns heads. Oh yeah, that's right, you
want that hair of yours to make heads turn and look your way. Whether you're looking for a short, sassy hairstyle or long and luxurious
products and a good stylist will get you 99 percent of the way there. An easy approach is to check out all the new looks in fashion magazines and
on the internet, until you see something you absolutely love. Discuss your
choice with your hairdresser, and decide whether the style will suit your face,
and whether it will be possible to achieve it easily with your hairs natural
New York Prom Limo
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Hot Prom Hair Style Trends For 2008
Today's hair trends can be broken down into five general categories. Here's a
rundown of each.
Old Hollywood Glamour - Many people look to celebrities to find a new hair style---spending tons
of money on all kinds of magazines only to frantically tear thru the pages in
search of the perfect hair style. The vintage Hollywood glamour look is
characterized by smooth, voluptuous waves, and deep side parts. The best
techniques to get the look are pin curling and finger waving. Top it off with a
beautiful vintage accessory on one side or at the back. Look for items with
rhinestones or feathers.
80's Inspired - A return to the 80's means an influence from
that time...texture and movement, shorter layers throughout the top, lots of
waves and tousled curls. It does not mean that if you're still sporting a
tired old eighties mullet, you're suddenly back en vogue.
The New Mod - Think "super-fly Beatle". The re-born
version of the classic 50's-60's mod style has shorter lengths and texture in
the crown, which become heavy, almost blunt bangs that skim the eyelashes.
Annoying, I know, but hey...what's a little discomfort in the name of fashion?
The back and sides of the new mod style can range from short to medium with
either lots of texture or distinct bluntness around the hairline.
Disconnected and Asymmetric Cuts - Extreme angles create a sculptural
feel with this hair trend. Blunt edges cut in unexpected places. No blendy-blend
here. This trend is very edgy, but can be tamed down by going with an asymmetric
cut (one side longer than the other). The angle of the cut can range from a
gentle slope to a plummet, with one side very short, graduating to chin-length
as it comes around the head.
Mohawks and Faux-Hawks - A hot trend for both guys and gals, the
mohawk will be settling' in for a good spell. This look is immensely versatile,
possible to mimic on any hair length. If your hair is short, use a wax or gel
and simply direct it forward and up in the center. For a temporary mohawk on
longer lengths, back comb a rectangular section from your front hairline to your
crown. Slick the sides down close to your head, either behind the ears or secure
these sections straight back and underneath the back sections.
How To Get The Most Out of Hair Style on Prom Night
Choosing Hair Styles can be fun, whether you want a casual new look for every
day, or a glamorous creation for your prom. You go to your salon and get that fantastic celebrity hair style
for your prom only to
discover after the first shampoo that you need to spend about an hour
to get it to look the same way on prom night.
There are 5 important questions you should ask yourself if you want to get
the most flattering prom hair style that will work for you.
1. How much time you are willing to spend on prom night fixing your hair? Include
hair drying, hair straightening, hair curling, special conditioning and styling. Be realistic about your
hectic plans for that day. If you don't
have the time, don't get a high maintenance hair style.
2. Is your hair in good condition? Don't plan on doing any sort of perms,
hair straightening, extensions, bleaching if your hair is damaged or brittle.
3. Do you know what your face shape is? Your face shape is very important for
selecting any hair style. What will look great on a square face shape might not
look good at all on a round face.
4. Are you happy with your hair stylist and trust to your hair style for
prom? Does your hair stylist
give you instructions about how to style your hair after you get home and at the
The hair stylist plays a vital role in the way your hair style will look on
prom. Sometimes you can leave the salon looking great--for a hour or two.
Then it's all downhill after that. You need to get a hair style that you can
make look great on your own. This can require special instructions from the hair
stylist along with specific hair care products.
5. Do you know what hair styles you like and why you like them? If you
explain to your stylist what you like about certain features of a hair style--i.e.
long side-swept bangs or long layers in the back---the stylist may be able to
add some of these features to your hair style even though the entire hair style
may not be suited for your hair.