3 Hairstyle Trends For You To Try This Festival Season

Glitter, accessories, and bold colors are what this festival season is all about. If you have no idea how to incorporate these elements and achieve stunning hairstyles, we are here to help you. Take a look at these amazing festival options!

Bold Colors

Short Hairstyle

Bold colors can make you look completely different. If you don’t want permanent color, you can always go for the temporary one so that it is removed once you wash your hair. If you have short curly hair, you can simply take two-inch sections one by one and spray them with a color spray from roots to ends. You can take different shades for an even bolder look.

Rainbow Braid

If you want to rock colorful braids, this is the right time. The easiest way to get the look is to simply separate all your hair into two halves down the middle. Then, take one side and divide your hair into three sections, just like you are about to braid it. Spray each section with different color and braid your hair as you normally would to get an awesome finish.

Cool Gradient

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To get the gradient effect, you should start by covering the top third of your hair with pink color spray. After that, you should go for a yellow spray for the bottom part. Make sure that the colors overlap slightly.

Accessorized Braids

French Braid With A Twist

You can create a standard French braid on your hair or an inverted one by putting sections under and back when braiding. Then, you can decorate your hair with rings or even paper clips.

Twinkling Braid

Yes, we suggest that you put twinkle lights in your hair. You will need a lot of grip in your hair, so make sure to apply plenty of texture spray and maybe even dry shampoo. Take the top part of your hair from ear to ear and clip it up. Then, create a small ponytail at the back of your head. Take a bobby pin and clip the battery back into the ponytail. Cover the battery with the top section of the hair and begin braiding it by adding twinkle lights to one of the strands. Tie it off and see if they work.

Glitter Accents

Glitter Buns

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For this hairstyle, section your hair into two equal halves and twist them into high buns. After that, you can use a brush to cover the flat parts of your hair in glitter. Then, you can squeeze out plenty of foam onto your hands and scrunch the buns to cover them in glitter.

Awesome Crown Braid

For this hairstyle, you will need some braiding skills. You should part your hair in the middle and begin braiding it up one side using the inverted technique starting at the nape of your neck. Once you reach the front of your head, you should switch to a normal braid and continue until you have hair. Repeat the same on the other side. Hide the tails of your hair in the crown and secure them with bobby pins. Then, add glitter by using a brush covered in glitter foam or use a spray if you don’t want the braid to be too glittery.

Source: Cosmopolitan

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