Monday, March 10, 2008

PROM HAIRSTYLES SHORT HAIR TIPS


Short hair is making a comeback! With the right products and tools, you can easily achieve these looks for your special night.

Bobs are that latest style to take over the hair world. The Victoria Beckham cut is everywhere, making it a definite do for Prom 08! This asymmetrical crop is a daring yet sexy way to wear your mane. With longer strands angled around your face and softer texturizing around your neck, this cut will make a high fashion statement for your date.

If you crave a new take on your hair like the Posh Crop, temporary hair extensions are a fabulous alternative! Unique VIP Human Hair Extensions are made of 100% human hair, available in three textures, and up to 36 colors. Their Unique VIP Clipex version instantly clip on to your existing hair. You can cut, curl, and straighten these newly added tresses for a truly unique prom look.

Are curls your must have prom do? Short hair lovers can wear them too!

Opt for a loose wave and avoid super tight ringlets in 2008. For those with naturally straight hair, a 1 inch ceramic curling will easily do the trick. Sectioning hair into medium sized pieces, start curling the hair around your neck and work your way up. Wrap hair around the outside of the iron rather than using the clamp for an easier way to create this style. Continually mist locks with a firm hold hairspray. Try pHormulate's StyleBlast Hair Spray. This will allow for maximum hold and incredible shine, a must have for a long night of dancing!

For those with a coveted natural curl, shampoo and condition with a curl enhancing product line like Bumble & Bumble Curl Conscious. Blow dry your hair with a diffuser attached to help fight the frizz. While drying, scrunch hair with David Babaii for Wildaid’s Bohemian Beach Spray to achieve that perfect wave. Mist a shine spray and style as desired.

Thinking of playing it straight? A perfect blow dry is your answer! While wet, create a product cocktail by mixing together a smoothing balm and a silk leave in conditioner. Work through your locks and dry hair with a ceramic round brush to amplify your natural shine. If needed, use a tourmaline flat iron to remove any stubborn kinks and frizz.

Still want more flair or even added length to these curly or straight styles? Try creating volume in the front with a quick and easy pompadour. With a fine tooth comb, carefully tease the hair close to your scalp and smooth over into a pretty poof. Secure with a matching clip or bobby pin for a long lasting style.

Yet, hair extensions, once again, continue to offer an unlimited variety of new ways to wear these short styles. Match some strands to your dress shade or create instant highlights.

3 comments:

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Julia Tyrell said...

It's really advisable to style your hair to suit your evening dresses. Styling short hair can be fun, and it's less difficult to maintain than long hair.