An advantage of growing your hair long is giving the freedom to try different hair styles for different occasions. Long hair gives you the big canvas, so to speak. You can put your hair to achieve an elegant updo, or you can just let it fall on your shoulders and flip it to attract the attention of others, like the girls in movies and soap operas are wont to do. Short hair bobs pretty much already organized themselves, thus leaving little room for innovation.
Updos for those with long hair does not need to be done by a professional stylist in the salon expensive. There are many styles that you can do yourself in the comfort of your own home. However, one advantage of the salon is their collection of hair lotions, hairsprays, and other regulatory agencies to keep your hair from blowing all over your head. They also have a collection of tools made specifically for the hair, such as a flat iron for straightening, curling iron, rollers, and blow-dryers. Additionally, you can be sure that they know what they are doing, and, in the case of a popular stylist, you can even get their recommendations for what would best suit you.
But not all of us are blessed with time and money to spend at the salon. Moreover, it can even reduce your creativity. You can always experiment yourself, examine what the most suitable display for the event and will keep you company.
Long hair updos range from classic updo that celebrities like Audrey Hepburn has been popularized, or “messy” people who seem to be a trend in hair styles today. When planning what updo to be applied to the length of your hair, it helps to first visualize what kind of style you want. Do you want an updo which consists of a slim and elegant straight hair pulled to the back of your head, or you want curls to soften the look of your updo and make it look ‘messy’ and romantic?
The right updo requires proper preparation. If you want your updo be sleek and straight, invest in a set of agents, lotions, and flat iron to tame hair. For soft curls, you can use rollers or a curling iron to create curls with the right amount of volume and size of the curls.
One basic updo styles for long hair that you can do yourself is a classic updo. First, apply flat iron for your keys and put on some anti-curling agents to keep your hair smooth and tamed. Pull your hair into a ponytail and secure with a hair tie. Rotate until tight, and wind around the place where the hair tie. Pin it in place with bobby pins and clips other wise. If the hair tie still show, you might want to cut it. Add a few spritzes of hairspray to hold it in place and make it look shiny.
If you want your hair to appear a bit ‘messy’, instead of using a flat iron, use a curling iron or rollers instead. Follow these steps for a classic updo, but leave the hair tie. Because the aim of this style for your hair into a ‘mess,’ binding to the ponytail will only make the display does not need to be severe. Proceed immediately to twist your hair and winding in a circle. If you want, you can add the periphery to frame your face. This will make it look more romantic.
There are many other updos that you can try. They seem complex style that you see on celebrities is the result of variations in the hairdressers have been doing for years. You can experiment yourself. Find out how you can get the most out of your hair and get people talking about your updo.