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As you decide on the evening gown for the prom make sure to get your accessories co ordinated. The evening has to be perfect and the efforts that you put in will be rewarding with the right kind of look. Prom hairstyles do not always relate to updo hairstyles or a dramatic bee hive hair style. Magic can be created with the array of hair products and kits available in the market for short and curly hair too. Understanding your hair type and the pliability is necessary. If this is the first time you are trying out the style then it would be advisable to first arrange the gown, understand the fall of it, co ordinate the jewelry and try out a hairstyle.

Prom hair styles need not always be loud and glittering. All depends on the look you decide for. Hair accessories are available in plenty. Try to use the best curler brand and do not compromise on quality combs and dryers. Drying hair is an art and this is the primary way of understanding the fall of the hair. If you have a double crown then it is important to hide it. Again using the hair dryer in the right direction seems important or else one portion could turn flat. If your hair has volume then toning it with conditioner is important to add flexibility while trying the hairstyle.

Prom styles that look good in the glossies might not be the right one for you. If the model has a round face which bears a resemblance to your face type the hairstyle sported by her may still not be appropriate for you. In case you have those big round eyes, it needs to be elongated with expert eye liner application to give it an almond shape. This transforms you from the chubby girl look to a feminine maturity. If for long you have been stuck to a high pony tail or a middle parting the prom styles will change your look. Use hair gel on short hair and curl them close to the crop and deck it up with jewelry.

Again while using accessories for the hairs keep it to the minimum and coordinate the same with the pieces of ear and neck jewelry. For an uncluttered look, Tiara hairstyles are the best. They seem elegant and suit all face types. Long hair can be shortened with curlers and pinned up in sections. Use a zig zag partition for short hair with a chic cut. Medium length wavy hair can be back combed to create volume or curlers can be used. The front portion of the hair can be pinned and held with starry diamantes while stray tendrils can fall naturally. Using a tiara in the right area of the head is important and related to the face shape. Take all the suggestions of the hair stylist and carry your gown and accessories so that both of you can decide on the correct prom hair style.

Today the demand for long haircuts , bob haircuts and celebrity haircuts is increasing in the fashion world. Learn more about these on their respective websites.


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