Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Prom Hairstyles: Sarah Palin

I am sure everyone are involve in US presidential election, and you know what, InStyle.com has just added Sarah Palin's hairstyle makeover in their website.

You can find out more on Sarah Palin's Hair Makeover updo, long curly hairstyle and many more. Try out yourself and have fun.

Monday, September 22, 2008

5 Great Hair Care Tips for Prom Hairstyle

Hair is an important aspect in a person's look. Every day almost every person thinks about what hairstyles to use or how to take care of his hair. The hair care methods are vital in having a great hair resulting in a great image. So here are what I perceive as 5 Great Haircare Tips for your prom hairstyle.

Hair Care Tips

1. First of all you have to love your hair. You have to love it because it makes you look good, it gives you real advantages. But believe me that there are hundreds of people that hate their hair. And that's not good because if you don't like your hair then you will probably neglect it. You shouldn't hate your hair because, even if it's not such a beautiful type of hair like you see at other people on the street there are many ways to make it look real good.

2. Maintain your hair with pride and consistency. Depending on the length and style, have it trimmed appropriately. If you wear your hair short, have the style refreshed every 3-4 weeks. If you are growing your hair longer, have it trimmed every 6-8 weeks to remove split ends.

3. Choose a real good stylist for your hair styles. The styles has to respect your hair and all your demands and needs. Try too chose stylists recommended by friends.

4. Invest all the amount of money that you can afford on the best hair care products that you can find on the market.

5. Try to pamper your hair once a week minimum. this means having a hot oil treatment or taking Essential Fatty Acids. Also try to have a scalp massage as often as possible. If you treat your hair good belive me that it will respond.

All in all the hair is an important part in your body that should be well taken care of. Try to spend as much time as you can for your hair care.

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Friday, September 19, 2008

How to Use Flat Ceramic Iron to Create Curly Prom Hairstyle

Bless the person who invented the flat iron. Previously, those of us with curly hair had to suffer through straight sedu hairstyle trends, laboring hours to straighten out unruly tresses only to achieve a fluffy mess. Now the formerly frizzy can easily reach super-smooth status.

But do you know that you can also use flat iron to curl your hair? Yes, the exact same tool you've been using as a straightener does double duty to create gorgeous, bouncy curls hairstyles too.

Tools Required:-
  • Flat iron
  • Heat damage protection gel

  1. Choose the right flat iron. You need a skinny one; an inch-and-a half or less is best. If your hair is very coarse or curly, the flat iron needs to get very hot, at least 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Look for a flat iron with rounded edges on the plates to prevent unnatural "dents" in your hair.
  2. Apply a light gel that contains a heat protector to prevent hair damage.

  3. Dry hair completely. Even slightly damp hair will not curl as well, and a good blowout gives you a smooth start for frizz-free curls.

  4. Clamp a 1- to 2-inch section of hair about halfway through the strand and turn the flat iron one-and-a-half turns in the direction you want your curl.

  5. Pull the flat iron through the strand while maintaining tension on the curl.

  6. Repeat on small sections of hair until it's all curled. Don't worry—the more you do it, the faster you'll get.

  7. Spray with hairspray to make your curls last longer. Use aerosol hairspray to avoid over wetting you curls. Spray underneath, too.
Sound simple? It's that simple, so try out yourself one day before the actual prom night to have complete change of new hairstyle look.

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Sunday, September 14, 2008

Celebrity Hairstyles: Victoria Beckham's Latest Haircut

Over the years her different hairstyles have always been at the cutting edge of fashion.

But Victoria Beckham's latest Pixie-style look, is her most dramatic yet.

Stylist-to-the-stars Nicky Clarke said: "It's brave, but it suits her petite features and looks really good.

"Don't go for it if you have a larger face or if your features aren't fine as it won't look good.

"But Victoria loves to change her look and this is another brilliant one. She really pulls it off."

Other iconic figures who have sported similar cuts include Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Mia Farrow and, in the 90s, Madonna, and more recently Katie Holmes.

Her previous styles have ranged from long teenage locks in the early 90s to her bob, dubbed the Pob, weeks ago.

1997 Long Bob

1999 Style

2000 Long Curly Brown

2002 Radical makeover

2002 Highlight

2003 Long Curly Style

2006 New Bob Style

2007 Blonde Dye

2007 Medium Sedu

2007 Blonde Bob

2008 Inverted Bob

2008 Pixie

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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Prom Hairstyles: Lindsay Lohan

Everyone know Lindsay, while everyone are talking about her latest gossip news, whereby Samantha Ronson has announced her plans to marry Lindsay Lohan before New Year's which explains the engagement ring Lindsay's been sporting.

Ms. Lindsay Lohan was back on the New York set of Ugly Betty with her latest hairdo. With her usual long curly hairstyle and updo at the back, you can consider this style for your prom night.

Tips: This hairstyle is more suitable for people with thicker hairs.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Prom Hairstyles: How to Prepare Hairstyles for Prom Night

Having the right hairstyle is just as crucial as the right outfit for your prom night.

Prepare your styles according to the prom night event and your own look to make a dazzling impression on the everyone is very important.

So the here are some tips how you can go about finding the perfect prom hairstyle.

  • Try out different styles for your hair type or seek advice to find the best styles for your hair texture and face shape. Some types will hold curls better than others and some types will suit simple straight hair better. Consider all these factors when preparing your styles so that all your choices are flattering for you and your outfits.
  • Make a style that you can wear especially where you will be moving. Keep your hair out of your face and hold it securely with pins or bands so strands won't fall out when you are moving. Braids, pigtails and buns are good styles to use as long as you secure them tightly in place.
  • So if you are prepare to go for formal prom dress. Suggest to sweep your hair up so it is full at the top and curled at the bottom or making loops. Let your hair fall straight only if you can make this look formal and polished to coordinate with your prom night dress.

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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Prom Hairstyles - Brittany's Prom Hairstyles

Prom season is right here and salons are packed providing young women buying this hair styled for the memorable occasion. With Brittany Snow looks as if it’s gorgeous in a prom dress and beautiful part pony tail for the planet premiere of “Prom Night”. Girls, such is an easy hairstyle to create.

After making a faintly off-center part, clearly brush the hair going back and tie in the back. The hair is left loose and a miniature messy that adds too needed flare. I definitely stink it for a prom hairstyle.

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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Prom Hairstyles Guide Revisit

If you are looking for the perfect prom hairstyle for your prom night, then you will want to start by looking at what is trendy this prom season. For this season hairstyle trends still remain retro. If you don't know what it's mean, try to look back at styles from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s for inspiration! Consider the shag or a pixie cut. Create formal looks from these styles by adding sparkly hair accessories like beaded headdresses, fancy headbands, beaded or bejeweled barrettes, or flowers.

If you have medium length hair then you can select from longer versions of popular short haircuts, or you can use curls and waves to create a trendy look. With medium length hair you can select from hairstyles that are down and loose, or from styles that are up-does. Create formal looks for medium length haircuts by adding great hair accessories. Or if you are looking for an edgier look try adding spray color and gel.

While hairstyle trends are focused on bob hairstyles, long is still in. If you have long hair then your prom hairstyle should try to include long spiral curls or soft waves. Long hair can be worn up, however, the trend for long hair is to wear it down and soft. Create a more formal look by adding flowers and bejeweled hair clips.

If you will be going to a hair salon to get your hair styled for the prom make sure that you arrive at your appointment with several ideas. While it is okay to have a main hairstyle in mind when you arrive at your hairstyling appointment, it is a good idea to have one or two backups just in case the first style doesn’t work out. A good way to avoid hairstyle disasters at the eleventh hour, take advantage of free hairstyle consultations offered by most professional hairstylists.

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Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Prom Hairstyles - Your Prom Curly Hairstyles Options

The moment a woman is asked to prom, or she feels an engagement ring slipped on her finger, her mind begins to race with the details of her special day. It is not uncommon to plan her appearance down to the hue of the polish on her pinky toe. However, many women are mystified by exactly what to do with their hair. An excellent option, whether done at home or at a salon, is to begin with a base of curls. Spiral curls manage to give the illusion of thicker, more voluminous hair on just about anyone. And, with the variety of styles in which spiral curls can be arranged, it is easy to understand why it is such a popular choice.

A rather obvious, yet still fabulous option is to wear the hair arranged in spiral curls down. This frames the face, and looks beautiful under a veil. It also conveys a simpler, more natural look to any dress or event. Another option involves pinning back the hair around the face to create a cascade of curls down the back. This ‘half up’ hair do puts more emphasis on a woman’s face, and also keeps her hair relatively out of her way while remaining a more feminine option than completely putting the hair up. Bobby pins are an excellent tool in this style, as they create a very natural appearance.

A variation on that idea involves parting the hair on one side and sweeping up the larger section of hair and simply setting it in place with a cubic zirconia clip or bobby pins. To allow the full length of the hair to be exposed, yet to keep it away from the bride’s face, a good idea may be to simply take a strand of hair and to curl it around the rest of the curls at the nape of her neck and secure it with a bobby pin or tiny clip. This serves as an invisible hair tie and makes a very natural, yet unusual hairstyle. For another way to pull the hair back without having an up-do, try creating a loose French braid and accenting the hair with flowers or ribbon. Many florists have small, sweetheart roses that could be the perfect complement to a prom dress or wedding gown.

Sometimes, women just want to feel glamorous. In this case, for a more dramatic appearance, the hair could be pulled completely away from the face and up to the crown of the head. This would create a beautiful mass of curls atop of a woman’s head, accentuating her elegant neck and d├ęcolletage. This style would be idea for a more formal wedding or prom. Another chic style involves taking the mane of curls and slowly pinning them up by 1 inch squared sections. By meticulously placing the curls all over the head, an alluring look can be achieved. Be sure to pull down small tendrils around the hair line, as they frame the face make the style a bit more sultry. A fabulous, yet simple hair style is created when women begin with their spiral curls and start to roll the hair up from the bottom in an inward fashion. When done neatly and loosely, at the nape of the neck, from ear to ear should be a long roll of curls. Pin this to the back of the head and then insert flowers, preferably roses or larger flowers where the roll meets the back of the head. This creates a lovely wreath of flowers that would make any woman feel sensational.

In the case of prom, there is a little more flexibility as to what is accepted. Any of the previous hairstyles would work terrifically, however it is not mandatory that it should look formal. For example, this is a flirtatious idea that mimics hairstyles of the hottest stars. If your hair is longer, take it when curly and tuck it once underneath and pin it at the nape of your neck and then pull pieces down so that they droop longer towards your face. You have just given yourself a temporary, sexy bob that is perfect for a special night without permanently altering your hair! You could take it one step further by spraying your hair with some glitter hair spray to kick it up a notch.

These are just a few ideas that should help any woman with creating the look of her dreams. There is nothing more beautiful than the confidence a woman emits when she knows she looks fabulous. Spiral curl hairstyles are so flexible and beautiful that she is certain to feel stunning for her big event. And remember, no matter how beautiful the hairstyle may be, if the hair is not healthy and shiny, it cannot reach its full potential. So, before a big event, it is essential for a woman to deep condition and to take care of her crowning glory, her hair.

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Sunday, July 27, 2008

Is Inverted Bob Hairstyles Back in Trend?

Finally, the inverted bob is back for prom hairstyles. This bob haircut is worn tapered around the edges to keep it close to your neck line. Give your bob more height and fullness at the top and let the back taper and stack.The inverted bob hairstyles can be tailored for personal style. It can be cut with asymmetrical layers, scrunched in layers of curls or curved in or out.

This inverted bob hairstyles is great for the busy girl, because styling is so easy and it is pretty easy to maintain.

The inverted bob hairstyle is appropriate for most ages, hair types and face shapes.

The type of cut you get should match your face shape. If you have a rounder face, you need to keep it longer in front.

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Monday, July 21, 2008

Prom Hairstyles: Long Prom Hairstyle

Long prom hairstyles are the more traditional approach for special haircut. So combine updos and long hairstyles certainly makes it easier to get a classy look. Half updos are also making an appearance in the this year proms.

Another popular choice appears to be the Pinned Up Ringlets look. Pinned Up Ringlets hairstyles are perhaps not the easiest look to get right but if done correctly are sure to create a lasting impression. The look makes use of masses of loose curly hair, that is pinned up with ringlets, that cascade from the top of the head and up from the neck line. This look is great for those wanting to show off their dress to its fullest.

Long prom hairstyles, similar to other prom hairstyle, it must match the accessories being worn if need be.

Long Prom hairstyles are certainly traditional but if setup properly, it can be modern and elegant too.

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Friday, July 18, 2008

Prom Hairstyles: 3 DIY Hairstyles for Prom Night

If you are thinking of some DIY prom hairstyles for your Prom Night, you are in the right place. Here are three hot prom hairstyles you can whip up at home easily without any help from hairstylists.

The Chignon

This one's a classic prom hairstyles and has been seen more times on the red carpet recently than Cate Blanchette. This prom hairstyle is a favorite of ours for two reasons: First, it's super easy to do and, second, its looks chic without looking too "made up".

To create your own chignon smooth your hair back and gather it into a low lying ponytail and secure with clear elastic or one that closely matches your hair color. Now grab the ponytail and twist it like a telephone cord. Wrap the spiraled ponytail around the base of the ponytail pinning around the 'bun' as you go. Don't worry if a few end poke out that only adds character to the style. Secure well and give a very light mist of hairspray to hold.

The Half-Up Do

This prom hairstyle works on many levels. It's elegant enough to see you through even the most sophisticated of prom events but has a soft, romantic feel to it also. This one's also easy to do at home if you have a little hair skill but if not book an appointment'it'll be worth it.

To create this style set long hair in medium sized hot or Velcro rollers. Once the hair is set gently take hair out of rollers and finger comb to separate the curls. Now loosely gather the sides of your hair'make sure you leave some height at the top'and secure it with a gorgeous hair clip just below the crown of your head. Pull a few tendrils out around the face to soften the look. Bangs should be swept to the side and hairspray should be kept to a minimum to ensure the hair still moves.

A Pin Curl Twist

This one's is a little trickier to do but the results are a very edgy yet elegant prom hairstyle. If you've got a good deal of hair savvy this one is possible but it's even easier if you team up with a friend and let them do it for you.

Start with hair that's been washed the night before'hair that's too clean is slippery and won't stay in place. Take a two inch wide section of your bangs and pin the hair back to the crown of your head. If you have short bangs use small jeweled hair clips to pin them back or two the side.

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