• With so many upcoming holiday parties to attend, it's perfectly acceptable to recycle that little black dress, but now there's no need to recycle your hairstyle. From classic waves to intricate braids, there are so many gorgeous holiday hairstyle options. 

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  • Dress up your fishtail braid. Start braiding just above the ears, finishing at the ends. Then tuck the tail at the nape of the neck for a makeshift bun. 

    Pinned by divinecaroline.com

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  • The easiest way to add cheer to messy waves—pull strands back with a gold headwrap

    Pinned by dailymakeover.com

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  • Add volume to a half-up 'do by twisting side strands and pinning them together in the center of the head. When pinning, make sure to pull the hair up slightly for that extra height. 

    Pinned by glamradar.com

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  • A metallic headband just screams holiday party season. 

    Pinned by longhairstyleshowto.com

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  • Give a short bob a messy-chic update by pinning random mini pieces on the top of the head. 

    Pinned by helloitsvalentine.fr

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  • For this pony-braid hybrid, gather the hair into a sleek ponytail. Then twist using two sections and fold in half, securing with an elastic. 

    Pinned by muvicut.blogspot.com

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  • The best way to pull off a milkmaid braid—make it super messy. 

    Pinned by fabfashionfix.com

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  •  The segmented ponytail is both elegant and edgy. Follow our tutorial to get the look here

    Pinned by dailymakeover.com

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  • There is no better party hairstyle than the classic Veronica wave. Use a 2-inch curling iron to create thick ringlets, then brush the curls out with a comb for soft waves. 

    Pinned by obaz.com

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  • Stack two French braids on top of each other, leaving the top section loose to frame the face. 

    Pinned by smg.photobucket.com

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  • Add volume to a pixie with a light mousse. Apply the product to your fingertips and scrunch it on the tips, pushing the hair up. 

    Pinned by stylesn.com

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  • Recycle extra ribbon by wrapping it through a side French braid

    Pinned by dailymakeover.com

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  • Paired with a formal gown, a crown braid is anything but boho. 

    Pinned by beautyhigh.com

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  • Create a sleek ponytail by applying a thin layer of gel along the hairline and pulling the strands back with an elastic. 

    Pinned by bellasugar.com

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  • Try this quirky hairstyle by zigzagging your French braid from one side of the head to the other. 

    Pinned by leslie w.

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  • Pump up your pony by teasing the hair right at the scalp. Then gather hair at the nape of the neck, twist and pin. 

    Pinned by longhairstyleshowto.com

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  • Add texture to a simple French braid by spraying the hair with a dry shampoo beforehand. Finish by pulling strands with your fingertips to loosen. 

    Pinned by Ghezal Rezaee

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  • Try a classic black ribbon (better yet, red or green) around the head and tie into a bow to hide the braid's elastic. 

    Pinned by bloom.com

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  • For this curly updo, pin up curls individually to create loops. Let strands fall gracefully along the face. 

    Pinned by Brittany Beardsley

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  • We love this double-spiraled braid, but it only works for super long hair. Starting with the front of the hairline, braid clockwise around the head. Then twist the loose braid around the inside of the braid, creating a cinnamon bun-like shape. 

    Pinned by hairstylecollections.blogspot.com

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  • Create loose French braids from one side to the other. (Realistically, we'll only have this regal style in our dreams...)

    Pinned by weheartit.com

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  • A combo we never tire of is messy beach waves, perfect red lips and a girly cocktail dress. 

    Pinned by jonathanandgeorgeblog.com

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  • Add a simple pin to a messy chignon. 

    Pinned by hairstylesco.com

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  • There's no better combination than messy hair and a structured dress. 

    Pinned by Mai

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  • For a perfect sleek bun, create a side part. Add gel to damp hair and brush back with a thin-toothed comb. 

    Pinned by muvicut.blogspot.com

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  • Update a simple ponytail with a wrap-around braid at the base. Got some extra time? Play it up even more with a French braid along the hairline. Get the braided ponytail with our tutorial here

    Pinned by dailymakeover.com

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  • Add structure to a simple side bun with a French braid working down the hairline and around the bun's elastic. 

    Pinned by Trendy Bride

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  • We love the regal look of a braid headband. It's easy to recreate and looks gorgeous with long side bangs. 

    Pinned by beauty high.com

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  • When wearing bold jewelry, pull the hair up into a simple French twist. 

    Pinned by judithmcgoldrick.com.au

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  • Use a ribbon to loosely pull the hair together into a messy low ponytail.

    Pinned by hairstorm.tumblr.com

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  • This updo doesn't come off as harsh as a Heidi braid with the braids starting just above the ear and wrapping to the other side. 

    Pinned by womnly.com

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  • For movement in the hair, use a 1 1/2-inch curling iron to create ringlets. Then brush the hair out with your fingertips, spraying with a light hold hairspray.

    Pinned by indulgy.com

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  • Amp up your bun by braiding along the bottom of the hair and twisting into a side chignon.

    Pinned by bellashoot.com

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  • Create a half-up style with a bob by gathering sections from each side and pinning at the center. For layered hair, you want to pull sections based on length to ensure they stay in place. 

    Pinned by t.trusper.com

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  • A braid and a ponytail? We're in.

    Pinned by Rosa Duval

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  • We love how the two small braids intertwined creates a Grecian feel with little effort. 

    Pinned by silver-blonde.tumblr.com

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  • For shorter hair, pull hair to the side and twist into a bun pulling up to create height. Let any shorter pieces fall loose for a messy-chic finish.

    Pinned by hotbeautyhealth.com

     

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  • For a ten-second hair idea, pull the hair into a high ponytail and wrap ribbon around the elastic. 

    Pinned by llana Madison

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  • Or pull it around a twisted low bun. 

    Pinned by beautyhigh.com

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  • Braid a section of hair just behind the ear and wrap it around a messy bun.

    Pinned by Wessam Kamal

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  • Forget the scrunchie. Wrap a metal clip around the base of the pony to hide the elastic.

    Pinned by nastygal.com

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  • Create a vintage feel with a curly faux bob.

    Pinned by misquincemag.com

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  • Add a bow to your bob. Cute and festive.

    Pinned by stylesn.com

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  • Instead of a classic waterfall braid, separate the hair into two sections and twist them as you move along the head. 

    Pinned by Fi Craig

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  • Go romantic with this wrap-around braid that resembles a rose. 

    Pinned by tendances-de-mode.com

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  • The twisted ponytail not only adds a party in the back, but it creates height on top with little product and no teasing required. To copy the style, follow our tutorial here

    Pinned by dailymakeover.com

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  • Go back to the basics with this half-up style. 

    Pinned by blog.vpfashion.com

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  • What hairstyle is more holiday appropriate than hair sculpted into a bow?

    Pinned by hotbeautyhealth.com

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  • Can't French braid? Do two regular braids and pin them in the back.  

    Pinned by instagram.com

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  • For medium-length hair, gather strands at the nape of the neck and tuck pieces under to keep in place. 

    Pinned by angie henry via thesmallthingsblog.com

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