, 2022-12-08 09:00:07,
It’s almost 2023 (!) and there’s just one more task you’re required to complete before the end of the year: Give your hair the spotlight it deserves this holiday season. As someone whose idea of ~party hair~ has historically been a soft blowout or a sleek topknot (le snooze), I’m here to tell you that understated is officially over. This December, we usher in a new era of DTFO—decked the f*ck out—hairstyles, where the only rule is more is more.
The beauty of this anything-goes hair trend? It requires absolutely zero skill, as long as you’ve got the right accessories. And that’s where I come in. Whether you’re prepping for a low-key office party or an all-out New Year’s Eve bash, I’ve gotchu covered with the best eye candy to screenshot and copy at home. Now please, put down the round brush and keep scrolling.
Oh, look—the photo I will tape to my mirror to remind me of the pretty simplicity of an oversize bow. And though, sure, having curtains of silk for hair definitely lends itself nicely to this half-up hairstyle, remember that a bow does not discriminate: You can fasten one below your topknot or around your chignon, or you can French-braid your hair and tie it to the ends of your braid.
Nervous about looking too cutesy? Well, (1) you won’t, but (2) you can also layer two bows together—ideally in different colors or textures, as seen here—to create an edgier or more playful vibe, depending on what you’re wearing and how you’re feeling.
Bobby pins make the world go round—and also make for a shockingly easily party look. If the only hairstyle you’ve managed to perfect since 4th grade is a ponytail, you’re in luck: As long as you have a handful of ~fancy~ pins and aren’t afraid to use them (ahem, trust the process), you can easily spice up your regular hairstyle for the holidays.
If you’re worried about looking like you quite literally just stuck a bunch of pins to your head, try adding texture to your hair first to create a lewk: Curl your hair (if…
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