Prom Hair Style and Prom Dresses for 2007.

Prom Hair Style and Prom Dresses for 2007.

Hair Style : For us humans, a haircut or hairstyle normally describes cutting or styling head hair, rather than other body hair such as pubic, facial or underarm hair. Human beings of many cultures cut their hair, rather than letting it grow naturally. Hair styles are often used to signal cultural, social and ethnic identity. Hair styles in both men and women also vary with fashion.

Top Prom Updos for 2006 and 2007


Wedding updos are a great choice for a blushing bride for several reasons. First of all, wedding updos are long lasting when created properly. Let''s face it, a wedding day is a long day filled with hustle and bustle. The last thing a bride wants to worry about is keeping her hair out of her face or keeping it combed and brushed. In addition, hair that is left out and natural has a tendency to lose its style quickly. Wedding updos, on the other hand can last the entire day and evening without a problem.

Creating Bun-Style Wedding Updos

When styling bun-style wedding updos, it is best to allow your hair to go 8-24 hours since its last washing. This allows the natural oils of the hair to build up a bit, which will help make it easier for the bun to hold. This will result in a tighter and longer lasting style. For the bride who insists on washing her hair before styling, it is necessary to dress the hair thoroughly with gels, hairsprays, or other products to prevent the strands of hair from being too slippery or soft.

The first step in creating bun-style wedding updos is to brush the hair thoroughly and remove all tangles and knots. To create smooth and sleek bun-style wedding updos, it is best to next create sections of hair about 1-2" thick and smooth them with a flat iron. The hair should be allowed to cool before moving to the next step.

After the hair has cooled, it should be brushed once again. All of the hair needs to be brushed from the hairline into a high ponytail in the middle of the crown. The ponytail should be secured with a band that is the same color as the bride''s hair.

Next, the ponytail needs to be lifted high into the air and the hair needs to be smoothed while keeping the ponytail tight at the base. It might be necessary to add some light gel or setting lotion on fine hair or on hair that is slippery or otherwise doesn''t hold well. This way, it will be better anchored. In addition, the hair will need to be sprayed down or gelled before adding accessories to style.

Nest, the ponytail needs to be smoothed back down and the top section should be twisted clockwise into a small bun. The hair around the ponytail will have to be carefully fanned out as a small, round bun is formed. Once the bun is in the desired shape and size, it will need to be pinned securely to the scalp. It is important to work from one side of the hair fan and to pin the strands in order to form a soft and floppy bun with these types of wedding updos. The hairpins should also be only ¼ to ½ inch long and the same color as the hair.

At this point, soft tendrils can be created by pulling random strands from along the hairline and from the nape of the neck. Loose strands should be curled with a large curling iron at least 1" big. Once the bun of these wedding updos is in place, it needs to be pinned in place once more and sprayed down with holding spray. A bit of glitter gel on the back and sides of the hair can add a little extra character to the style.

Once completed, bun-style wedding updos are easy to attach tiaras are soft circular headbands to. These should be pinned against the scalp to prevent them from falling off or slipping.

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