With the vast number of add-on clip-in and fusion extensions currently available anyone with any type, texture, length or condition of hair can wear a glam down prom hairstyle.
Whether you decide to have your glam down prom style created by a professional hairstylist or you do it yourself, the options are endless.
The key to selecting a glam down hairstyle is to select one that meets the following requirements:
1. Works well with your personality and lifestyle. 2. Complements your gown. 3. Fits with your hair accessories and related items such as earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets.
Classic Down Prom Hairstyles
Whether your hair is super short, short, medium, long or extra long, you can wearing your hair in a beautiful down style for your Prom or similar dressy hair experience.
Traditionally down prom hairstyles consisted of the following two major options:
1. Wearing hair completely down 2. Styling hair in a half-up or half-down hairstyle
Wearing Hair Completely Down
When a Prom hairstyle is completely down this means that there is no section which is pulled up. Completely down hairstyles can include hair which is styled with ringlets and curls, wavy, stick straight or a combination.
A down hairstyle can combine a variety of fringes and parts. It can also have volume built into the crown area or near the hairline.
Styling hair in a half-up or half-down hairstyle
A half-up or half-down hairstyle combines pinned up and loose flowing tresses. A classic half-up or half-down style can be created on hair which is medium to extra long.
There is no right or wrong half-up or half-down hairstyle. The options are endless.
If your own hair is not long enough to create the style of your dream then consider using temporary clip-in extensions or even fusion extensions.
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- Revised Publication Date: 04/24/11