Gather and Look Amazing
Thanksgiving is a holiday centered around food, family, and an attitude of gratitude. Whether you are the hostess or a guest at this year’s turkey soirée, and even if you are in the kitchen prepping pies since the wee hours of the morning, these low-maintenance hairstyles will help you get ready for the holiday season.
Top 5 Hairstyles for Thanksgiving Dinner:
1 – Loose Waves
Waves are always a good idea, whether using a curling wand or pulling hair into a loose bun while it’s damp for a more natural approach. Using a curling iron? Try a medium barrel, shake-out curls as you go, with a lightweight setting spray, and finger or comb curls for perfectly loose waves. This chic and effortless holiday look pairs well with studded pins.
2 – Knot It Up
Who doesn’t love a messy top knot? Between the parade watching and the turkey basting, washing our hair goes by the wayside. Take the messy bun you wear every day to the next level with some loose flyaways for a face-framing effect that fancies up that look!
3 – Low Braid
French Braids are a dream, but let’s be honest, not the most manageable if you are not a pro. RM stylists suggest taking a more carefree approach to braiding. Pull your hair into a low pony and zig-zag it into a loose messy three-strand braid à la Gigi, loosely braided to the side.
4 – High Pony Tail
The sky-high pony is a holiday staple giving your look some gritty edge. Our renowned RM stylist’s #1 pro-tip is blow-drying hair upside down with volumizing spray before pulling up into the ponytail. P.s. if you are looking for some extra bounce, loosely curl your ends.
5 – French Twists
The elegant French Twist is a classic fave because it elongates a slender neck. The swirl effect appears effortlessly chic and is a sweet choice for any occasion. Start by adding texture spray for molding, sweep your hair to one side and secure with bobbies, gather your hair, and twist those locks into a roll while tucking pins to secure it in place. Voilà, you have French Twisted!
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