One of the best things about this time of year is all the different opportunities you have to get glammed up! From your outfits to your makeup to your hair, the festive season is a great time to experiment with looks that are a little more ‘fun’ than your usual day-to-day style – and your hair is no exception! With Christmas Day almost here, we wanted to give you some inspo when it comes to creating some super fun hairstyles for the day – no matter what your day of celebration looks like!
The ultra-high pony
No matter whether it’s after work Christmas drinks or the festive day itself, an ultra-high ponytail always looks sleek and fun but has the ability to be dressed up with some Christmas accessories (think tinsel scrunchies, clips, or ribbons). Try adding a red ribbon and pairing it with a red lip for a super glam but still chic festive look!
Loose waves are a great way to try something new with your hair, especially if you’re usually an up-do kind of person. They are easy to create once you get the hang of them and look amazing in any situation. The best thing about loose waves is you can dress them up or down depending on your outfit and makeup – making them the perfect versatile festive season ‘do! Not sure how to get the look? We’ve got you covered! Simply start with big barrel curls and let them cool entirely after styling. After that, brush them out before adding accessories or leaving them as is!
Big bows are in
You’ve probably noticed that big bows are making a comeback…and for good reason! They are a super cute and easy way to add something different to your look with minimal effort. Most big bows simply clip into your hair, making them a great accessory to add to ponytails, half-up half-down ‘dos, or anything in between. You can experiment with different colours for different festive occasions, elevating any look!
The bubble pony
If there’s one style that looks like you tried way harder than you did, it would be the bubble ponytail. All you have to do is tie your hair in a ponytail, place elastics every 5 centimetres or so from the base of the pony through to the end, and pull on each section to get the “bubble” shape. You can even add some ribbons to make it extra festive!