Valentine’s Day presents the perfect opportunity to get all dolled up and enjoy a night in the town with your significant other. Looking your best will mean your makeup and outfit are on point. Oh, and of course your hair. Read on for some amazing hairstyles you will want to try this Valentine’s Day. They are sure to take your look to the next level.
1. The Twisted Heart
This look calls to mind a Disney princess look. Braids, though beautiful, they are tricky to do yourself. One way to ensure this twist braid looks as it should, visit your stylist and let them complete the style. Don’t forget, spots fill up quickly for Valentine’s Day so plan accordingly.
2. Jazz Up a Plain Bun
Bun’s are stylistically simple, yet traditionally beautiful. Cosmopolitan magazine recommends changing up your basic bun when going out for Valentine’s Day by making it heart shaped. Complete this look by using bobby pins to sculpt the bun and create the appearance of a heart. If you desire even more drama, try some pink hair dye but leave that to a professional.
3. The Dainty Heart
This look is ideal if you aren’t that great at braiding and if can’t get in to see your stylist to do it for you. You can do this look yourself by using only a few hair ties.
4. Hidden Heart
This hairstyle is classically inspired with all the beauty you might expect from a 50s movie star. It’s probably best you don’t attempt this ambitious look, showcased on Cosmopolitan magazine, on your own as it takes some skilled hands to perfect this breathtaking look.
5. A Whole Lot of Love
This look will require some long strands and an extensive number of bobby pins. It is another look featured on Cosmopolitan’s heart inspired styles for Valentine’s Day. To complete this look, part your hair down the middle and braid each side. Then secure the braids around your head using bobby pins.
Try one of these hairstyles to take your Valentine’s Day look up a notch. Remember, trusting your style to a professional is wise for such an important day in your romantic life. You won’t be disappointed with any of these styles.
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