Romantic Hairstyles

Romantic hairstyles are soft, cute, ultra-feminine and certainly can enhance the appearances of every women in the world. This hairstyles suits for every formal occasion, such wedding, prom, homecoming, etc. Aside from the abundant appeal of romantic hair, achieving the look is also surprisingly easy and offers a wide array of options for every hair type.

When you in search of a good hairstyles for your special occasions, then you can consider to opt romantic hairstyles to go.   For the variations of romantic hairstyles, Let’s see some of them below.

The Waterfall French Braid

The waterfall French braid, sometimes called the rainfall French braid, is a variation of the French braid where instead of all the hair being pulled into the braid, some of it stays free, flowing like water or rain down your head. A fairly simple braiding technique that gives a romantic fairy tale or Bohemian look, the waterfall braid works best with wavy to straight hair that comes at least below your chin.

Curly Buns

A bun is an uncomplicated style that shows off the underlying texture of the hair while creating a sophisticated yet timeless silhouette. Zigzag curls create a ton of interest and it’s easy for a simple bun to take a look from romantic, to sexy, to undeniably feminine. Here’s how to create this updos option; Shampoo and air dry hair or dry on low heat with a diffuser. Scrunch hair as it dries, and lightly work in a styling cream to maintain curl and reduce frizz. When hair is dry, grab hair into a ponytail and twist upwards. Take the long twisted section and begin to twist it around itself, in a circle, mimicking a donut. Secure with hairpins and spray with hair spray.

A Low Bun

A low bun is a sophisticated and romantic hairstyle and sweet for your wedding day. To create this look, start by parting your hair down the middle or to the side. Backcomb your hair to give it height. Pull all of your hair into a low ponytail and secure with a hair tie at the nape of your neck. Twist the ponytail and wrap it around the hair tie, forming a bun. Tuck hair pins into the bun to secure it. You can either keep all of your hair sleek and smoothed back, or you can pull a few strands out of the bun to frame your face. Don’t forget to accessorize; tuck a flower or a crystal clip into the side of the bun to create interest.

Half Updo

The pulled-back half updo gives an elegant, romantic, and youthful look. A half updo with pinned-back curls provides a smooth finish for a flawless look; the tresses are pulled at the backside and are pinned slightly above the nape. A high-swept half updo has long spiral curls with locks divided into sections; a curve covers part of the forehead while the rest of the hair forms a bun by lifting hair from the crown.

Side Sweep Curl

Loosely curled hair looks beautiful gathered around the face. The flowing curls add a romantic look and bring attention to your face and beautiful curls. The side swept curls style is a take on the side ponytail, but not quite as trendy, and therefore is more classic for your special day. To do this style, curl your hair with a large barreled curling iron. Holding the curling iron straight up and down, pointing towards the floor, and wrap one to two inch sections of hair around the barrel. The larger the section of hair you curl, the looser the curl will be. After the curls are set and have been sprayed, gather all of your hair over one shoulder and use bobby pins in the back of your hair to hold it in place. Use pins that match your natural hair color so they won’t show through. Tease the crown of your hair and add a little volume in the back.

The Examples of Romantic Hairstyles

 

These are some romantic hairstyles for women. Whatever your hair type, emphasizing the softness, shine, and volume of your hair will create a look that is dramatic and high impact while remaining touchable and feminine, romantic.

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