After finding the perfect dress and making reservations at their favorite restaurant, the next biggest thing your clients are worrying about is, you guessed it, their hair. Everybody knows the perfect hair style for a special occasion completes the package!
So hereâs some fun-and-flirty Valentineâs Day hairstyle ideas I thought would be ideal for the occasion:
Dress up a chignon
â After doing some research, this is probably going
to be the hair style I am going to choose for this Valentineâs Day. Itâs
very basic, yet elegant. The great thing about doing a chignon is you
can easily incorporate a Valentineâs Day flower (rose, carnation, daisy,
etc.) at the nape of your neck, or behind your ear with this hair
style. It can add a bit of playful sophistication and romance at the
There are a few ways you can do this elegant
1. You can simply create a low bun by twisting the hair
into a knot or a roll and then pin it at the nape of the neck.
a more detailed chignon:
a. Wash and condition the hair.
a quarter-sized amount of styling cream and distribute it through the
hair. Work the product in with a wide toothcomb.
c. Blow dry.
Section off parts of the hair, and use hot rollers or a medium-barrel
curling iron to individually curl each strand. Work around the clientâs
head until all hair sections are curled.
d. Once the curls are
set, fasten each curl securely with pins.
e. Mist lightly with
Photo of a simple chignon.
Go with the chic curls â Opt for soft, bouncy curls if your clients want
to keep their hair down for the holiday. Personally, my hair is very
straight and curls donât stay curled for
long in my hair. For your clients that have hair like mine (straight
and hard to curl) I just read an interesting tip you can do that may
After you are done curling each individual strand, pin up
the strand on your clientâs head and let it cool there. After the curls
are cooled, untwist them with your finger and let them down. Use a maximum hold hairspray to make sure
they will be looking good all day/night.
| Madame de Pompadour â Every time I see this hair style I automatically
think of Kirsten Dunst in Marie Antoinette. Her curly pompadour (toward the beginning of the movie, before her hair is a mile- high) is very
romantic and classic. This hair style can be worn completely up or you
can have some fun and play it half up and half down. Itâs another hair
style I thought would be both playful and flattering â because its swept
look opens up the face.
1. Take a section of your clientâs
hair from the forehead to the crown (this will be backcombed later.)
2. Pull the rest of the hair into a ponytail.
3. Starting at the
hairline, back-comb a one-inch section with a fine-toothed comb.
you are done with each section, gently set it down on your clientâs
5. Using a bristle brush, lightly smooth back the hair to
create a swooped-back bang look. Push the hair forward a little to add
some poof. Pin in place.
7. With the loose hair
you can braid it, clip it up into a chignon, whatever you prefer. Or,
you can tuck it under.
|You can also curl your pompadour before pinning it up.
Play up the accessories â I feel like some hair styles
without the perfect accessory.
If your clients are looking to play up
their hair style
you have given them, you can recommend
a flirty pink and
red headband, clip or a real/fake flower to add a little pizzazz.
| Try out a fake/real flower accessory
|| Try out a pink headband or bow
Va-Va-Valentineâs Day Volume
â Everyone wants to look like a bombshell on Valentineâs Day so for your clients with limp hair, make sure you add that VOLUME!!
Hope these hair style tips gave you some ideas for Valentineâs Day!
Until next timeâ¦