Festive Holiday Hairstyle Tutorials

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Give your tresses some holiday cheer with these hairstyles pretty enough to be your tree topper. These hair tutorials will win everyone over whether it be for a holiday party or New Year’s Eve—you won’t be upset you tried them out.

 

 Holiday Up-Do

Photo and tutorial courtesy of Hairstyles & Haircuts 

This hair tutorial is perfectly versatile. Take this look to a festive holiday gathering or winter date night. 

Reese Witherspoon Inspired Headband Hairstyle 

Photo and tutorial courtesy of The Small Things

There’s so many festive and decorative hair pieces you can factor into this hairstyle. Just add a gold braided headband or another sparkly piece to complete this look. 

Pressed Waves

Photo and tutorial courtesy of Martha Stewart Weddings

Add some sass to your holiday step with this feminine hairstyle. The soft waves are enough to give even the most boring LBD a little pizzazz.

The Rope Braid 

Photo and tutorial courtesy of Once Wed 

There’s nothing like an intricate updo that takes less than 20 minutes. Yes, that’s right. So if you’re running late and need a gorgeous hairstyle, this one is waiting for you. 

The Twisted Up/Down 

Photo and tutorial courtesy of Bobby Glam

This style is for those who can’t decide to wear their locks up or down. We have a solution and it’s really, really pretty.

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