3 D.I.Y New Year’s Eve Hair Styles

 

3 D.I.Y New Year’s Eve Hair Styles

December 31, 2012 in Look Good, by Rachel Chemerynski / 0 Comments
3 D.I.Y New Year’s Eve Hair Styles

While some of you may have already booked a ‘do with one of our lovely hair stylists for an ultimate New Year’s Eve makeover, let’s be honest: many of us wait until the last minute to figure out hair.

From finding the perfect dress to making your famous baked Brie, styling your hair is likely put on the back burner.

But don’t fear! Even though we wish you left it up to us to beautify your locks, the Hair Today team isn’t going to let you out of the house looking like you just rolled out of bed!

Here are 3 easy D.I.Y hair styles that even the most hair-impaired soul can do:

Lauren Conrad Hair Headband 3 D.I.Y New Years Eve Hair Styles

 

 

1. The Jeweled Headband: Head to a local jewelry or clothing store, and hit up their accessories section ASAP to find your perfect headband. We like something with a little glimmer and glitz like the one Lauren Condrad is sporting here.

 

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2. The Big Bun: So, we’ve already established that it’s too late to have a professional do it for you, but there’s still hope: you can style your own bun at home! If you don’t have any hair-styling tools at home, all you need is a sock for this D.I.Y Sock Bun, courtesy of Wedding Chicks.

 

 

 

Kim Kardashian New Years cropped proto custom 14 3 D.I.Y New Years Eve Hair Styles

3. Luscious Curls: If all else fails, whip out that curling iron you haven’t used in years and have that friend who is good with hair tools style you up. You can do loose curls for a more angelic look, or tight curls to unleash your wild side! We like how Kim Kardashian looks here, especially when paired with stand-out earrings.

 

 

 

For more New Year’s Eve styling tips, check out this article from Daily Makeover. Enjoy your New Year’s Eve! We look forward to seeing you at Hair Today in 2013…or shall we say next year? Book your appointment now by calling us at 860-659-0501.



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