6 Best Hairdos for Halloween
I don’t have that many hair salons near me, which is why it is always a chore to come up with the right hair do to match my Halloween costume. It has led me to do some thinking, which led to the writing of this blog post.
Since there might be other people who are in the same boat as I am, I have gathered some ideas for you here. These Halloween hairstyles are easy to make, which is always a priority for me, given the fact that there are no hairdressers near me.
Here we go…
For this hair do, you will need to start to part your hair from one ear to the other. Now, hold the upper part in place with a clip while tying the bottom part below the crown with a hair band. Now release the upper part and tie it too in a way that it is positioned above the first one.
We have all fawned over this Mad Woman’s hairstyle and it will make for a beautiful Halloween costume. Keep a picture of her in front of you as you part your hair deeply. The next step will involve making outward curls. Just keep in mind that curls are supposed to stay together.
For this hair do, you will have to start by spritzing your hair with a volumizing product. Next, part your hair from one ear to the other across the back of your head with the help of a comb. Now, twist the hair close to the crown and pin it up securely. For the rest of the hair, make a column upwards and twist it so that the ends are sticking up. Before you pin in into place, tuck the column under itself.
For the ideal Renaissance woman hairstyle, you can give your hair soft waves. Then make a side braid with it. Hide the band used to make the braid with a strand of your hair and you’re done! Complete the look with a Renaissancey headpiece.
Channel your inner deity with this hairstyle. You can start by making a ponytail with the hair at the back of your head. Twist the ponytail in the upward direction and pin it at the back of your head. Leave the hair close to your hairline loose at first. When you are done with the ponytail, gather the hair present at the front and turn it towards the twist before pinning it too. Hide the band used to make the pony with a strand of your hair and you’re done!
Start with a central parting that is three inches long. Lift the section of your hair from the crown and douse it with hair spray. Next, blow dry that part before making a ponytail with your hair. If you make the pony while looking down, the hair at the back will come out looking smooth. Hide the band used to make the pony with a strand of your hair and you’re done!
Let us know if your costume wowed everybody out there – it should, with these hairstyles wrapped around your hairbrush!