Prom Hairstyle Tips

The perfect prom night is achieved by a combination of many things, as well as many decisions. The first stage entails choosing the best prom dresses, making sure you’re matching with your date, and then, of course, your hair, because what is a beautiful dress when your hair looks ugly or dishevelled? 

We’re here to help ensure your prom night is a memorable one, beginning with a good hair day. We have put together a list of prom hair tips to help you on the big day. Let’s get into it!

Don’t make any drastic changes to your hair ahead of prom night, whether it’s a new cut or color. 

This is because you might turn out with a hairstyle that doesn’t suit you, but you didn’t discover it on time.

You should do a trial of the hairstyle long before prom to see how it suits you.

Try different hairsprays ahead of time 

If you’ll be using hairspray for prom, you should try out the hairspray ahead of time to ensure that they aren’t too crunchy or hard. You should also have a travel-size bottle of hairspray in your purse, as well as some bobby pins in case you have hair emergencies.

If your hair is prone to frizz or getting static, go with some frizz sheets in your bag to salvage the situation if it occurs.

Accessorize your hair 

Purchase some hair accessories trends, including headbands, pins, embellished barrettes, etc to upgrade your hair. You can get inspiration from online blogs, magazines, and even Pinterest sites or ask your stylist to suggest accessories to you.

Ensure your hair matches your prom dress

Always remember to consider the style of your prom dress when choosing your hairstyle, because some hairstyles and some dresses don’t go together so well.

For instance, if you’re going with a boho gown or Long Prom Dresses, a messy hair look is great. If your prom dress is fitted and sleek, perhaps like Mermaid Prom Dresses, a beautiful ponytail might cut it.

Regardless of the style of your prom dress, a loose prom hairstyle is a good choice, so that you don’t have to worry about your hair getting scattered while you are on the dance floor.

Start Early 

Before your appointment with your hairdresser, you should prepare your hair the previous night. This preparation entails washing your hair with clarifying shampoo to deliver volume to your hair and also to remove product buildup in your hair. You can also use a moisturizing mask to deep condition your hair and smooth it out.

On D-Day, ensure to schedule your hair appointment and be at the salon at least 4 to 6 hours before prom so that you can handle anything that comes up, or even make changes if necessary.

Just as you would take a lot of time and effort to choose your prom dress, getting the right prom hairstyle also takes time, planning, and the right people to help you. If you are doing your hair yourself, there are several YouTube videos to help you.  

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