It’s November which means the holidays are just around the corner. There are so many parties, and you need to look your best! If you need a few ideas on what holiday hairstyles are great for you, why not check out the list below? For any of these looks, if you don’t have long hair or want to do something about your thinning hair, one option may be to consider beautiful hair extensions made from 100% natural human hair!

Bouncy Waves

If you have longer hair and want just a slight curl to it, why not try the bouncy waves hairstyle? If you want to try this style at home, grab a one-inch curling iron and heat it up. Make sure your hair is completely dry before you start to curl it. Add a heat-resistant mousse so your hair won’t get damaged. Separate your hair into sections, curl each section, then set it all in place with hairspray. It will take some patience, but the end result will be well worth it!

High Ponytail

You don’t need complicated or time-consuming holiday hairstyles to look sexy and amazing. All you need to do is pull your hair back into a high ponytail for a chic, party-ready hairstyle. To do this at home, all you need to do is tease the top of your head with a comb, pull the hair back at the highest point you can, and then set it with hairspray. If you want to add a bit of interest, you can add waves with a curler or pull out a few strands of hair at the front of your head to frame your face or add decorative hair ties.

Vintage Finger Waves

An elegant nod to the 1920s, vintage finger waves can be a stunning look for any holiday party. It is not recommended that you do this at home, but rather go to your trusted hair salon and have a professional do it for you to get the best result.

Faux Bob with Jeweled Headband

Another throwback to the 1920s, you can create a faux bob and add a jeweled headband to give it more pop and flavor. To do this at home, pull up the top section of your hair and secure it with a clip for later use. Divide the remaining hair into two sections, braiding each section and securing with hair ties. Twist the braids together and coil at the back of the head. Secure the braids with bobby pins. Take out sections of the clipped hair at the top of your head and fold under the braided part of your hair until you achieve the faux bob you desire. Then add a gorgeous, jeweled headband to dress it all up and complete the look.

The trends for the 2017 holiday hairstyles are fun and festive, but if you’re losing your hair you may find getting the perfect look to be difficult. At Transitions Hair Loss Centers, our custom hair replacement systems are individually designed to suit your particular lifestyle and look. To find a location near your click here.



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