Fresh and Inspiring Party Hair Ideas

Even though we’re not celebrities who need to attend never-ending red carpet events, it is possible for us to run out of party hair ideas. Hairbuns, updos and the usual wavy hair might be the most common hairstyles chosen for semi-formal to formal events. If you get bored already with those hairstyles and seeking for other ideas, I have summarized some celebrities hairstyles from the recently held red carpet events that may inspire you.

Wavy Ponytail

Reese Witherspoon, Kate Beckinsale

Instead of the ordinary flat ponytail, this hairstyle will make you look fresher. To get Reese Witherspoon ponytail, divide you hair into two sections, top and above. Tie the upper part then roll the two sections of hair together with big rounded brush. For Kate’s look, simply curl your hair, create volume on the top then tie your hair in a high pony tail.

Voluminous Crown with Curly Hair

Coco Rocha, Kate Hendrick

Whether your hair is long or in medium length, you can get this style. Part your bangs in side swept style to look romantic like Kate Hendrick or you can chose Coco Rocha if you prefer more elegant look.

Matching Headband

Hailee Steinfeld, Kate Mara

Considering to put on hair accessory but worry about it being too much? Forget gigantic headpiece a la Royal Wedding guests. Simple headband with the same tone as your dress is enough to add sweetness that completes your whole appearance.

Center-parted Hair

Some people may have styled their hair with side-swept bangs for years. If it sounds like you, why don’t you get out of your comfort zone and try center-parted hair? It will transform your face in an instant. But I don’t suggest this look for round-faced people because it will make the face seems wider.

 

Finger Wave Hairstyle

Taylor Swift, Penelope Cruz

For wavy hairstyle, what could be more glamorous than finger-wave? I guess no one doubts the glamorous yet classy effect it brings. Since the era of pin-up girls, flappers or even Marilyn Monroe, this look has never gone out of fashion. So, why don’t you make your own version of this classic style?

 

Images from wwd.com