Ladies, prom season is upon us. With about a month left to make plans for the big night, now’s the time to start finalizing your look for the occasion. Besides finding the dress and the date (whether it be your boyfriend or your best friend), your prom night hairstyle is one of the most important elements to think about. The look you choose to show on prom night will be immortalized, so it’s important to take the necessary measures for choosing the best dress and hairstyle possible.
In an effort to make things easier on you, we’ve put together a guide for how to select your prom dresses to your hairstyle for the evening. Avoid the mistake of wearing a one shoulder dress with side-swept waves or a ball gown with pin straight hair with our dresses and tresses match up. Of course, beauty trends aside, it’s most important that you feel comfortable and beautiful on prom night.
Loose, Romantic Updo + Lace Dress. With a lace dress, keeping your hairstyle romantic takes it from a dress to an ensemble. You can go for a loose, wavy updo with tons of shine and the overall look is ideal for prom
Fishtail Braid + Halter Dress. Prom is not the time to be afraid of hair extensions, so if your hair isn't long enough to get this high fishtail braid ponytail combination style, pair your halter dress with a healthy dose of fake ponytail to get the look.
Fake Wavy Lob + Deep V-Neck Dress. To balance out material on your shoulders, style your hair into a fake long bob with tons of waves, parted to the side. Goth glam look is completed with a deep burgundy lip, a huge makeup trend for spring.
Side-swept Waves + Mermaid Dress. Take a note out of the playbook and pair a body conscious mermaid dress with the side-swept waves hairstyle that dominated the red carpet during awards season.
Chignon Hairstyle + Thin, Strappy Dress. There are few dresses more feminine than a chiffon dress with thin straps, so to complete your romantic look, opt for a low, ladylike chignon.
Bombshell Waves + Backless Dress. With a "business in the front, party in the back" dress, it's good to keep hair simple, yet sultry. The dress is backless and her voluminous waves make a statement without going overboard.
Giant Ballerina Bun + One-Shouldered Gown. When your gown's focus is on the shoulder, keep your hair off of your neck to keep the spotlight on the one shoulder prom dress with a high and giant ballerina bun.
Sleek Ponytail + Turtleneck Gown. With a turtleneck gown, pull your hair into a sleek ponytail to make your neck the center of attention.
Pumped Up Ponytail + Sweetheart Neckline. Whether your sweetheart neckline is on a ball gown or a sleek floor length dress, a pumped up ponytail like Sarah Hyland's makes the look rocker chic and elegant all at the same time.
Hope these tips will make. Good luck.