4 Easy Hairstyles For The Holidays

by Anjelina Tongco

The holidays are here! How many parties have you been to so far? One thing that stresses people out about having to go to several parties in a short span of time is needing to look fabulous every time but in a different way from the last. If you’re looking for more hairstyle ideas for the holidays, we’ve got a few good ones for you. The best part? They’re super easy to do!

  • A chic take on the Wednesday ‘do

Wednesday Addam’s milkmaid braid is great and all, but this version is much more chic and sophisticated and it’s great for those who don’t have the bangs to pull off the Wednesday look, too. Just part your hair into two sections, braid each one from the neck level down and then secure it with an elastic. Once both sections are braided, bring them up to the top of your head, sort of like a headband. Secure it to your head with bobby pins, making sure to pin down any loose hairs, too. Pick out a few strands for that sexy, messy look. Don’t forget to use your favorite hair styling product to keep it in place!

  • Holiday baubles

Doesn’t this hairstyle just remind you of Christmas tree balls? The great part is that you don’t need much to get it done. Just a few elastics, some hairspray or hair clay for sculpting, and about 20 minutes should be enough to get this ‘do done and you ready for the next party.

  • A simple but elegant rope braid

Here’s another simple but elegant hairstyle idea for the holidays. A rope braid is super simple but elegant. The only tricky part here is getting the twists to stay twisted. Thankfully, a generous amount of styling gel slathered all over the twists should fix this problem for you.

  • This glittery glam look

For the ladies who love to look extra, the ones who are meant to stand out from the crowd, the stars of the night -- this look is the one for you. Mix some glitter into your pomade, slather it onto your hair, and then add some more glitter aaaand you’re done! Easy, but it might take a few washes to get all the glitter off. Using a water-based pomade might be a little easier so do give it a try. No matter what kind of pomade you use, one thing’s for sure: it’s worth it.