December 8, 2016
Ah, the holidays. The time is year is full of warm fuzzy feelings, glittering gold, and cup after cup of cheer. These next couple of months will be full of holiday parties and tons of pictures. You’re going to want to look your best! Family pictures tend to hang around for years after they’re taken, so here are a few ways to make sure you’re looking beautiful and full of holiday spirit!
Rose Gold Hair
This color is sure to give your hair some shine. Rose gold has made the top of every trend list this year. Jewelry, hair, and nails all come in this color. This dye job is going to complement your forest-green holiday party dress.
You will be the snow queen of every shindig you attend this winter! White and grey locks have also been trending almost every season this year, and winter is no exception! Be warned: not everyone can achieve this look right away. When coloring hair light enough to be white, it takes time and patience.
Crimson Red Hair
Red is a classic color. Take it to the next level by going crimson for the holidays. Red is one of the two most iconic Christmas colors, right?
A Glittering Manicure
Getting your nails done can really complete a party outfit. Add silver and gold glitter to almost any mani, and you’ll be the star of any gathering!
A Classy Updo
Chignons are the epitome of high-class, regality. This super easy tutorial can help you create the perfect ‘do for almost any family event.
A Beautiful Braid
Braids always make you look well put together, and they can often be made of second-day hair. Braiding your hair away from your face makes this hairstyle perfect for the days you are out and about doing volunteer work.
Dreaming of a beautiful holiday look? Stop by our student salon* to see what our student stylists can create for you! If you’re interested in learning how to create these looks yourself, check out our cosmetology program!
Looking for info about how to transition your pixie cut between seasons? Check out this infographic: How to gracefully grow out a pixie cut.
*All services are performed by students supervised by licensed professionals.