New Year’s Eve is one night of the year when every woman wants to look her best. One of the easiest ways to glamorize is with the perfect hairstyle. These three sleek, DIY styles will help you create the perfect look to ring in the New Year.
First, cut off the toe area of a sock and roll the fabric into a doughnut shape. If possible, use a brown, black or taupe sock to blend in with your hair.
Pull your hair back into a high ponytail and secure it with a hair band. Place the sock doughnut at the end of the ponytail and pull your hair through the middle. Smooth your hair over the sock, tucking the ends underneath and rolling as you go, all the way to the base of your ponytail. Fill in gaps in the bun by spreading your hair out and pinning any flyaways as needed. Hairspray as necessary.
What you need for this look: Studio35™ Girls’ Ponytail Holders, Studio35™ Flat Hair Brush, BioInfusion Daily Rosemary Mint Hair Spray Medium Hold and Walgreens Assorted Cozy Socks.
Part your hair as normal, and grab one small section at the front of your head. Start with a regular three-way braid. Cross up and down, and drop the bottom strand. Pick a strand right beside the one you dropped, and cross over.
Repeat these steps all the way around your head. Finish on other side of your head by pinning the braid in place behind your hair. Hairspray as necessary.
What you need for this look: Studio35™ Medium Snap Hair Clips, BioInfusion Daily Rosemary Mint Hair Spray Medium Hold, and Studio34™ 1-inch Curling Iron.
Flip your head over and spray the under part of your hair with hair spray. Separate the top portion of your hair and secure it with a clip. Gather the bottom portion of your hair and secure into a ponytail. Remove the clip from the top portion of your hair and tease around the crown.
To tease, simply comb hair toward your head, instead of away from it. Don’t be shy! The more you tease, the more volume you’ll get.
Gather all of your teased hair and pull it back with the ponytail you’ve already got in place. Secure all of the hair together with another hair band. Finally, grab a piece of hair from the ponytail and wrap it around the hair band to disguise it, securing with a bobby pin.