The light layer of snow that hit the ground over the last few days made it a whole lot easier to get into the holiday spirit. And after showing you the best dark makeup looks to adopt for the holiday season, along with a few glittery fashion trends, Get The Look is offering you 4 looks that will (hopefully) inspire your next holiday hairstyle.
From sleek and sophisticated to feminine and glam, read on for 4 hairstyles from the Winter 2016 runways that are perfect for your next holiday party, whether it's with friends or family!
HOLIDAY HAIRSTYLES: 4 LOOKS TO TRY
SLEEK AND SMOOTH
Lately, hairstylists have been sending models down the runway with long, straight and smooth locks that offer a sleek and sophisticated look. Accompanied by a centre part and a no-flyaway glossy finish, this look is super feminine and easy to re-create.
To get that perfectly smooth look for the holidays, begin by spraying your hair with a thermal protective spray. Use a tail comb to part your hair down the middle, then use a flat iron to straighten out your locks, piece by piece. For an ultra sophisticated look, spray your hairline with a mist of water, then use the comb to brush it back slightly. You can also use hair oils and gel to achieve this look and hold it in place. Tuck your hair behind your ears and throw on your favourite dangling earrings for a super chic holiday look!
This season, the best way to add a touch of glam to your favourite hairstyles is to accessorize with hair jewellery. At Rodarte, models took the runway wearing a low chignon that was decorated with regal accessories for a dark and romantic look.
To get this look, start by parting your hair down the centre. Use a matt spray to add texture to your hair, then pull it up into a ponytail slightly above your neck, and wrap the hair around the base of the ponytail to create a dishevelled bun. Place flower embellishments or a metallic pin in your hair for a touch of femininity.
The finger waves that dominated the 1920s are back, and they make one gorgeous holiday hairstyle! This look spotted backstage at Blumarine can be achieved on short, mid-length or long hair to let your inner retro goddess shine through!
To get the look, part your hair on one side using a tail comb. Next, spray it with a thermal protective spray and use a small barrel curling iron to create retro waves. Use hair gel or oil to create a glossy finish.
SILKY AND NATURAL WAVES
If you want to enhance your eyes and let your makeup look take centre stage, opt for a simple hairstyle like the slightly dishevelled waves at Roberto Cavalli.
After spraying your hair with a thermal protective spray, use a large barrel curling iron to curl your hair from the ears down. Spray it with a texture spray then use your fingers to scrunch the hair for a natural, textured and messy look!