Prom Hairstyle Answers

QUESTION:
I have really curly hair and would like a more sexy look for prom. What would you suggest? I am wearing a strapless dress. 

ANSWER:

My suggestion would be to invest in a jumbo curling ion.  Using this will take your hair to a soft wave. This will enable you to either leave it down for a “movie star” look or this texture would afford you more choices than your natural hair if you want to put it up.  Be sure to finish off your look with Frizz-Ease Moisture Barrier Hair Spray to ensure that your hair stays put all night.

QUESTION:
I have long hair, well not that long but I always wear it loose. I want something different for prom! I always think that I dont look good with an Up-do. I really dont know what to do with my hair! Please reply ASAP.

ANSWER:

Prep your hair first with a decent set. By this I mean use a curling iron or hot rollers to give shine, body and control to your hair. You can then experiment with putting the front up. Perhaps an elaborate braid. Leaving the hair down at the back will leave you feeling less confined and self-conscious during the evening.  To tame those fly aways, finish off your look with Frizz-Ease Secret Weapon, just use a dab to smooth out your hair. 

QUESTION:
I have a bob cut and I have no idea what to do with my hair… Its driving me crazy! I’ve been looking through some prom edition magazines and hairstyle magazines but i haven’t found anything decide…if you guys have any idea please let me know =] PS. extensions are my last resort.

ANSWER:

Short hair is always harder to dress up thn longer hair and so prom night options are fewer. What I often do in these cases is use a curling iron at the front hairline. I brush it out resulting in a finger-wave look that we see on celebrities at red carpet events. Remember your not going for height or volume, this is a sleek look. You can also dress this look up with a sparkly barrette.  Finish off your look with Frizz-Ease 100% Shine Glossing Spray, this will give you a sleek, shiny look.

QUESTION:

I have shorter hair. Can I still pull off the super-straight, sleek look?
 


ANSWER:

If you have shorter hair but still want to get the look of straight centre part with longer hair, you can insert a clip-in hair extension. Tease hair in the area where you are inserting the hair extension. This gives the extension more to grip onto. It also reduces the chance that it will slip out. Insert the clip in hair near the scalp close to the nape of the neck where it is concealed by natural hair.