Monday, January 26, 2009

Prom Hairstyles: Long Prom Hairstyles Trends for Spring 2009

Prom is a very special occasion for boys and girls today and making sure you look fabulous can take a little bit of research to make sure you are up to date with the trends.

Whether you are aware of or not, you may have browse through your memory for all the prom hairstyles you can remember. be it short, and sweet, or long yet elegant.

Let see the latest prom hairstyle trends for this coming Spring.

Long Curly Prom Updo Hairstyle

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Sunday, January 25, 2009

10 Reasons Why You Need A New Prom Haircut

Not sure whether your hairstyle is out-dated? No worry, here are the top 10 reasons that will help you determine whether you need to get a brand new prom hairstyle.

Your hair is no longer interesting.

Every hairstyle needs a little bit of color to make it truly noticeable or breathtaking. No matter whether your taste is subtle or dramatic, you can add interest and volume to your tresses with a color process. Just pick any of the recent prom haircut, highlights, lowlights, all over color, gray coverage, you name it, it’s all good for your look.

Your hairstyle no longer flatters your face or body.
If your present hairstyle no longer draws attention to your best features its a sure sign its time for a new hairstyle. A perfect hairstyle plays a great role in making you look as dazzling as ever. A hairstyle that fits your color, face, personality, hair texture and lifestyle can make you look best in any dress, and during any part of the day. A good starting point should be from latest celebrity haircut pictures.

Your hair and skin tone no longer gel.
While choosing your hair color, first and foremost, take into account your natural hair, eye and skin tone in unison. Basically, older women should choose lighter hair colors; however this will not work well for the woman having a pale complexion. If you are not sure what is the perfect match, you can always refer to Pamela Anderson's haircut and color. :)

Thinning Hairstyle.
You have "see thru" hair. This problem is more common in women of advancing ages but also appears occasionally in younger women. Women with thinning hair should try a short hairstyle, which is about chin length, or a little longer. Short hairstyles are sometimes considered better for women, as they divert attention from the hair to the face, like hairstyles with hair bangs covering the face or light curls at the end or behind the ears. With these hairstyles, your hair is kept together to look thicker and fuller.

Bangs or Fringe.
You pull your hair up in a "do". If you always "pin up" your hair or put it in a ponytail through a cap it probably is time for a new style. Try bangs or fringe as it's called today. They are the one of hottest hairstyle trends this season and are especially great for hiding a high forehead or a wide face.

Does your hair fit your life style?
Most of us are busy and on the go during the week so you want a hairstyle that is easy to wear and simple to do. If you have a style that requires a lot of fuss in front of a mirror every morning then you probably will forgo the effort it deserves to make you sparkle.

Your charm doesn't cast its spell on your near and dear ones anymore. The crowning part of your beauty and personality is your hair. Your hair is like you, unique and inimitable. So, there can’t be any laid-down formula for the most perfect hairstyle for anybody. Choices for you are many. You may want to get those subtle highlights that add a sun-kissed sparkle to your tresses. Having black hair is a boon, but it can make you look mature. So, you may consider adding a shade of red or brown to provide contrast, and also to make you look young.

You wear more makeup to highlight your hair color. It's probably time to change the hairstyle and color. A proper hair color should highlight your skin tone bring it alive and glowing. On the other hand, if you have made the wrong choice you will probably look tired and washed out.

Your hair stylist suggest a different cut. Choose a stylist who treats you and your hair with respect and is ready to give you the right advice at all times. Maintain a good relationship with the stylist and follow the advice given for your hair and pretty soon your hair will be the envy of others.

Lastly, of course if your hairstyle and wardrobe don't match, then you should start consider to make a new haircut, simply by refer to some of the latest prom haircuts. Your hairstyle should not only compliment your face but your body and clothing as well.

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Saturday, January 24, 2009

Prom Hairstyle: Pixie Do's and Don'ts

The pixie's the hottest cut of this Spring season, with top celebrity like Katie Holmes and Victoria Beckham making the mane their own. But will it work for you?

If you are wondering whether this prom hairstyle suit you. Let us run through some tips on who can wear it, and how to tweak it to conform to your tress type.

Face Shape
If you have a heart-shaped face, tiny features and a long neck, you can make adjustments with longer layers and side-burn if you jaw is square, you face too round or your neck not not so swan-like.

Hair Styling Products
Use texture products to your advantage. For thicker hair, try Supremo Magic Move. Fine-haired ladies should aim for shine and separation without weighing locks down. Try Charles Worthington Big Hair Amazing Finish Balm, simply get this from drugstores at $5.99.

Hair Styling Tools
If your hair is ultra-curly, a pixie could be problematic for you. The curl can be blown out, but it will require a flat iron to really collapse and smooth the hair into the "perfectly undone" shape.

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