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Perfect party hairstyles for every event on your cal

 
 
Is your calendar quickly filling up with holiday events from now till New Year’s? You’re gonna need a new slew of hairstyles, babe, which is why we’re helping you plan everything out now! Read on for our current fave ‘dos that’ll have you looking totally gorge and ready for any occasion. 

 

 

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    For the family party: Emma Roberts’ braided bun

    This style is so simple and easy to do but can definitely transform a cozy simple outfit into a girly fashionable look.

     

    1. Pull your hair into a low pony to start. Take a small 1” section of hair and braid, securing with clear elastics. 

    2. Repeat with about 2 more sections depending on how much hair you have.

    3. Take the hair you haven’t braided in the ponytail and wrap it around the ponytail and tie it into a bun. 

    4. Take each braid and wrap it around the bun you just made, using bobby pins to keep the in place. 

    Spritz with hairspray and pop on your favorite sparkly headband.

     

    Dove Styling Aid Strength & Shine, $4, target.com

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    For your block’s annual cookie swap: Ashley Tisdale’s Poufy Pony

    This super simple do is perfect for any hair length and easy to try out.

     

    1. First, use a volumizing powder on the crown of your hair to pump it up a bit, rubbing it into your scalp. 

    2. Use a clear elastic band to create a ponytail and pull the hair at the top of the pony up making more volume at the crown. 

    3. For the headband you will want to put it on then push it back and forth to create more volume around the area. Finish off with a little hairspray and your ready to go!

     

    Not Your Mother’s Girl Powder Volumizing Hair Powder, $6, soap.com

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    Secret Santa Friends Bash: Miranda Cosgrove’s easy waves

    This look is perfect for our girls out there with a little natural wave in their hair.

     

    1. Pump out some curling mousse into your hands and using a cupping motion scrunch the bottom of your hair upwards. 

    2. Flip your head over and scrunch all of your hair then let it air dry and you are good to go with effortless waves!

     

    Herbal Essences Curl Boosting Mousse, $4, walmart.com

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    New Year’s Blowout: Taylor Swift’s braided band

    If you don’t have super long strands grab yourself a faux-hair braided headband in your hair color. If you do, this style will definitely become a new favorite.

     

    1. Start by smoothing a shine serum all over to fight frizz and make your hair look super healthy. 

    2. Grab a long section of hair from behind your ear and braid it all the way down, tie this off with a clear elastic band. 

    3. Repeat on the other side but know: the more hair your use the thicker your headband will be. 

    4. Take your braids over your head and bobby pin them in place behind your ear. 

    5. To finish off the look you can either leave your hair down and loose or pull it into a messy low bun.

     

    Thick Braidies ½” Braided Headband, $9, ulta.com

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