Honestly, we associate and attend events more this time of the year than we do in the 11 months past. There is always one soiree or the other to attend and therefore before work closes you would need a hairstyle that you can quickly change up. This is crunch time y’all and we need to get ready, remember our hairstyle is what defines us and so we’ve got to put a lot more effort into it, below we’ve listed great hairstyle ideas for the festive season.
So because of the weather condition in these parts, the best options for hairstyle is a short list that includes dookie braids. The details of the braid all depends on your preference but this is the type of hairstyle that allows you to look pretty and sassy this festive period.
Weather conditions affect the preference of your hairstyle and since its really really hot here, a short fringe bob is a cool option. You could always pin it delicately for work and take it down for drinks.
Fade Side Cut
Go easy on yourself, does that have a fade side cut always cover up the fade when they have to be at work, but for any other events girl, coil that weave and let loose.
There is definitely a lot of errands to run this time of the year, so if you have your weave on and you simply can’t be stressed then the best option would be to tie it up in a messy high pony tail. It gives you room to be free with out distractions and it provides a genuine solution for unruly ends.
What better way to celebrate the new year than with awesome loose cornrows. this hairstyle brings out your facial structure and gives you a chiseled look. and of cause it stays in place you you have to break into a few dance steps. This hair is best when you’ve got a full head of hair but hey you could always use attachments.
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