Doesn't it feel like Christmas comes so fast? It's one of the most joyous times of the year to spend with loved ones. Before you know it, your calendar is filled with holiday festivities and you have no idea how to wear your hair. Been there, and we've got you. What's fun about getting ready for holiday parties is you have every excuse to be a bit extra. Wear that hair accessory that's been tucked in the back of your hair drawer for, like, ever. Or try a different look.
We're not only talking about romantic curls and updos though. Photographic proof below proves top knots with tendrils and textured ponytails are most definitely party-appropriate.
Marvel at these gorgeous Christmas hairstyles below, and get ready to wow everyone at the office holiday party this year.
Slick your hair back into a glossy bun for the ideal, no-fuss style. Jazz things up a bit by twisting a gorgeous gold wire around your bun for a glam effect.
On the contrary, a low textured pony is equally as gorg. A tip for curly girls: Use a pomade to smooth your edges down for ultimate sleekness.
The best way to achieve, old Hollywood curls are with a brushed-out curl set celeb stylist Gregory Russel did so beautifully on Lily Collins. This classic style works on every occasion.
If you're a naturalista, trust that a twisted updo will never steer you wrong.
Nothing says holiday hair more than bejeweled snowflake hair accessories. Celebrity stylist Kristin Ess took Lauren Conrad's curls to another level when she adorned them with clips from Jennifer Behr and Lelet NY.
The bigger the curls the better the party? Could be a stretch. But what's not a stretch are these sky-high, Diana Ross–inspired ringlets on supermodel Jourdan Dunn.
Give your topknot extra feels with curly tendrils. This picturesque style is perfect for any party.
With this style, it's all in the details. For Vanessa Hudgens, celebrity stylist Chad Wood created a mini bouffant in front and tucked her pony under in the back to create a curved bun. Oh, and everything's better with a black velvet ribbon.
Pins and updos just go together and are especially appropriate for a party. Lucy Hale's loose updo coupled with these metallic bobby pins makes this simple style look so avant-garde.
Fact: The most low-key way to turn your everyday hair into party hair is with a hair accessory.
Curly sue curls teezed from the root? Yes, please. Stylist to the stars Larry Sims always nails a good party look if you needed any more proof.
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