Welcome to the holiday season! With celebrations at home, the office, and at your favorite venues, it's totally understandable that you want to teach yourself a few new styles for a little extra "wow!" factor. A few new 2019 holiday hairstyles open you up to surprising other partiers with a different look each time, but you may fall in love with the one new technique that you'll have fun showing off, too.
So “How do I style my hair for a party?” you might ask. There are a few easy options for simple holiday hairstyles that call for just as little as a hair tie and patience, and others that may seem complicated but only need a few easy steps.
For all the tutorials included here, always start by washing with a sulfate-free, conditioning shampoo and conditioner from Palmer's to help preserve your hair and scalp’s natural moisture before you begin to create your party hairstyle.
Short hairstyles are often all about showing off your gorgeous face. A simple, low ponytail if you've got just enough length sits on the nape of your neck and sweeps your locks back. Add a few accessories like sparkling earrings or a colorful headband to offset your hair color and even your makeup.
If you have 3C hair, consider a blowout for textured hair for a classic cocktail party hairstyle with these simple steps:
Creating holiday hairstyles for shoulder-length heads of hair tend to offer more options. There's more to braid if you enjoy the intricacy, more to curl, more to up-do. From flowing waves to structured, vintage-style curls, your options are endless. One popular option is to curl your hair using a bantu knot hairstyle, which involves coiling the hair into tight spiral buns close to the scalp:
For medium-to-long holiday hairstyles, you can rock almost any look, provided you know what you're doing. From tight top knots to boxbraids to flowing curls, the sky's the limit. Still: ‘Tis the season for full manes. Show it off.
Consider a flirty, fun style like this curly high ponytail look:
Try any of these holiday hairstyles for upcoming parties, alongside any of the featured Palmer's products mentioned here in this article. Using natural products and zero sulfates, Palmer's Hair Care products are built around the notion that beautiful hair is healthy hair first.