Perfect Hairstyles For A Evening Out

Confused about a look that will go with your gorgeous evening gown or a beautiful traditional dress. Well here are some hairstyles suggested to glam up your evening.

Low Side Braided Hairdo with Messy Finish

Give your hair a casual and elegant twist with this carefully messy hairstyle. First bring all your hair to one side and loosely braid it in a simple braid. Now twist the braid and make it like a messy side bun. Take out some strands from the side if you want to add up to the carefully messy style. Secure the braided side bun with hair pins in order to tighten it. Now take some strands of hair from the front portion. After doing so curl your frontal hair using rollers. Let this thin curly strand swing freely. Team this hairstyle with your evening gown or a traditional attire and see an added definition given to your look.

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Sleek and Super Smooth Layers with Braided Top

The secret of this glamorous look which looks perfect on straight, sleek hair is a simple one. Make a middle part in your hair. Now this will divide your hair into two parts. Let the hair loosely hang on both the sides and start taking the hair present between them for French braiding. In order to do so, first crisscross two thin strands in the middle. Then add a third thin strand to it from the rest of the hair in the middle. Keep on continuing this process till you have a mid length  braided top. Now accessorise your hair at the back with some pretty hairclips. This will help secure your top braid as well as adds a glam quotient to it. This look will go perfectly with your evening dresses and even on funky tops and denims.

Classy French Twist

This hairstyle is a red carpet ‘oh-so-gorgeous’ look. Simple to make and beautiful to look at, this look is perfect when complimented with long flowy gowns and heavy earrings or danglers. Back brush your entire hair firstly and make it smooth with some serum. Start back combing the front part. After back combing is done smoothen the front portion again and make a pouf of the required volume and size. It is suggested that you do not make the bouffant or pouf too big. To make the French twist  take the hair at your back and bring it together. Then start twisting the hair. Once the whole hair is twisted, turn it upwards and give it a rounded twist. Now take the ends of the hair and fold it inside into your twist. Now attach them both with hairpins or bobby pins and secure it with the rest of your hair. Finally add some hairspray to set the hair entirely in a neat manner. You are ready to look your best and turn all heads when you step out.

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