Easy DIY Halloween Hair Ideas That Won’t Zero Out Your Checkbook
The Halloween hair night is almost here! And while you might be excited, you might dread the amount of money and effort it takes to pull off an out of the park Halloween hair style. Hence, I’ve compiled a list of Halloween hair style ideas that you can try on your own using minimal effort and expense. It’s all in the details on this one – make sure you can put together the right elements to create head-turning looks for the Halloween.
If you haven’t thought of a costume yet, hope these hairstyle ideas can spark up your creativity for your upcoming Halloween event:
Audrey Hepburn Holly Golightly Hair
If you want to move away from the scary Halloween hair styles, this one is a good choice for you. The Audrey Hepburn Holly Golightly hairstyle from the moving Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a perfect icon for a reason. But you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to do. Start off with a volumizer applied to your hair. Then, use a comb to create a part in the back part of your head. Gather the top section and form it into the crown area by twisting one section at a time. Secure each section with a bobby pin.
Then, work on the bottom half of your hair. Gather the hair together and twist them into an upward column. This will help the ends stick up. Hold the column of the hair and tuck it beneath the twist so it cannot be seen from the outside. Use bobby pins to secure the twisted sections and keep them from falling off. Finish off your hairstyle with a spritz of hairspray. You can add on accessories like gloves and sunglasses to complete the look for Halloween.
Bring back the 20’s vibe for your Halloween hair look with an easy to do Gatsby Halloween hairdo. This is one of the easiest looks that you can create yourself. It works great for short to medium length-hair, but you can also create a faux bob if you have long hair.
Style your hair into soft curls and then add a shiny headband or sparkly hair accessories to finish off your hairstyle. Add a fringe dress into the mix and you will be quickly transported to the 20’s Gatsby era.
Channel your inner goddess in this fun and easy hairstyle for Halloween. Start by curling your hair or tousling it. Then, pull them together to form into a ponytail near the crown of your head. Make sure to leave smaller pieces of hair along the hairline to fall loose. Secure your hair you have gathered together using some bobby pins.
Start twisting your ponytail in an upward direction. When you are done, sweep the frontal section of your hair towards the twisted part of the hair. Once again, use bobby pins to secure the hair in place. You can finish off your hairstyle with a headband or accessories to add to the Grecian goddess feel.
Game of Thrones Medieval Maiden
With TV shows like Game of Thrones becoming such a huge hit, women are also fond of the hairstyles that the show heroines are wearing. For your Halloween hair look, you can go medieval and try these hairstyles on.
Take a dollop size styling mousse and use your hands to work it into your hair. Make sure your hair is completely dry before you start styling it. Tousle your hair some more using your hands to make it fuller. Then, gather your hair strands under the ear and start braiding. Use an elastic tie to secure the braids.
You have liberty over what style of braid you want – fishtail, side braid, or waterfall braid! The more tousled and messy the look is, the better!
The Hunger Games Katniss Everdeen Look
The Hunger Games’ character that Jennifer Lawrence had popularized is fast becoming a popular choice of character to portray during Halloween. If you’re a fan of braided hairstyles, it provides double incentive to try this look. If you infuse it with a little more creativity, the odds will always be in your favor on this one.
Which of these Halloween hairstyles and looks are you going to give a try this year?