prom ♥ with dsp

Hilary and Jenn are here to help you with your dress, accessories, hair and makeup needs for formal events! Proms and weddings deserve special attention. ♥

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Do It Yourself:
1.  Curl the ends of your hair (from the ears down) with a 1” or 1 1/2” curling iron.  If your hair doesn’t hold curl well, use the curling iron and then hold each curl in your hand so it doesn’t fall down.  Pin each curl to your head with a bobby pin or clip until it cools entirely.  Spray with hairspray and then let down.
2.  Use a teasing brush or comb to add volume to your crown, and then smooth it so it doesn’t look messy or tangled.  Separate your hair into two horizontal sections (from your temples up and then from your temples down.  Keep the very front portion of your hair, or your bangs, out of the top section.
3.  Now you will begin to pin pieces from the top section of your hair to the back.  Take one small piece from one side, and pin it behind your head, wrapping it around so it is slightly on the opposite side of your head.  Now do this will a small piece on the other side.  Repeat this process until the entire top section of your hair is pinned back, leaving the front portion out still.
4.  If you have bangs, style them off to the side or however you please.  If the front portion is long, begin to gently twist it away from your face, and then pin it back with the other pieces.  Add a pretty hair accessory and spray everything with hair spray to set!  (Touching up curls may be necessary)

Do It Yourself:

1.  Curl the ends of your hair (from the ears down) with a 1” or 1 1/2” curling iron.  If your hair doesn’t hold curl well, use the curling iron and then hold each curl in your hand so it doesn’t fall down.  Pin each curl to your head with a bobby pin or clip until it cools entirely.  Spray with hairspray and then let down.

2.  Use a teasing brush or comb to add volume to your crown, and then smooth it so it doesn’t look messy or tangled.  Separate your hair into two horizontal sections (from your temples up and then from your temples down.  Keep the very front portion of your hair, or your bangs, out of the top section.

3.  Now you will begin to pin pieces from the top section of your hair to the back.  Take one small piece from one side, and pin it behind your head, wrapping it around so it is slightly on the opposite side of your head.  Now do this will a small piece on the other side.  Repeat this process until the entire top section of your hair is pinned back, leaving the front portion out still.

4.  If you have bangs, style them off to the side or however you please.  If the front portion is long, begin to gently twist it away from your face, and then pin it back with the other pieces.  Add a pretty hair accessory and spray everything with hair spray to set!  (Touching up curls may be necessary)

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