Thursday, December 6, 2012

What's Your Party Hairdo?

And, you thought we are just gonna talk about food all the time. Of course not, let's take a look at these creative Party hairdo's, which you may not have tried for quite some time. Well, you are busy, but to try a new look, especially coming from Schwarzkopf Professional's National Technical Head, Najeeb Ur Rehman, in this party season can be given a thought amid your tied up routine.

We are bringing to you the styles, and their methodology that the brand shared with us.
You can try these looks that are from long and wavy, short and sleek, up and sexy –  anything that suits your taste and personality. 

Side Chignon
The picture on your left shows the style. Before we go ahead with how to create this style, we would like to add here that just because the style is worn by a beautiful, slim model doesn't mean it is not meant for a mom, or a homemaker, or a regular office goer. What you need is-Confidence.
Try on a soft chignon for a uniquely stylish and chic look. Part hair completely down the center and pick a side for the chignon to rest on.Pull hair to one side, and create two ponytails, one in each hand.Tie your smoothed-down hair into a loose knot. Wrap one side around to the right and stick a hair pin in to hold. Repeat on the left side and hold with a pin.Finish off with a strong-hold hairspray. the brand recommends their's but you can try any!

Colied Bun
To start this look, carefully brush out all the knots in your wet hair (this hairstyle is really just easiest to start on smooth, untangled hair).
Apply a shape cream or a styling cream to towel-dried hair. This will help to keep the style in place and stop pieces from falling out as you begin to create the look. Use a paddle brush to pull hair back into a tight ponytail and secure with elastic. Make sure that you don’t miss any loose strands of hair. Begin braiding the ponytail into a regular braid and secure with elastic. Coil the braid around the base of the ponytail to form the bun and secure every ½ of hair with bobby pins.
And, if you find this too fancy for yourself, you can go for some subtle styles too. Like 

A classic, glamorous up-do is a fail-safe
option for any formal event Set freshly washed and dried shoulder-length (or longer) hair in sections with hot rollers and let them cool.Remove the rollers and gently brush out curls. Then tease hair at the crown using a fine-tooth comb and spritz roots with a light-hold hairspray. Brush the hair along the sides of your head into a ponytail at ear level, but use your hands to gently sweep the teased section back.Twist the tail onto itself (almost as if you're creating a chignon), anchoring it with bobby pins as you twirl and leaving the ends out at the top. To make it extra tight and secure, crisscross some of the pins. Twist and tuck any stray pieces hanging down up into the base of the twist, pinning in place with more bobbies. Use a shine spray  to add sheen and tame flyaways
So, quite a stylish guideline this seems to be. What are you gonna try this weekend?

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