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    Homecoming Hairstyles: 2019 Trends

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    Tress Up Your Homecoming Hairstyles with these Hot Looks

    Back to school shopping, bagged lunches, and homework all mean one thing…school is in session! While note taking and school bells can be a drag, one thing we love about this time of year is Homecoming hairstyles (and pumpkin spice lattes!) We imagine you’ve already got that perfect dress picked out for the big night (or you at least have it in mind.) And other essentials like those show-stopping shoes and clutch can be shopped for later. But, the hair! Your hair is something you need to think about now. Make time to try out a few different looks now, so you know you will get the look you want, with no added stress on the day of the ball.  Get tressed up and try some of the hottest hairstyles this season!

    All Worked Up: Keep it simple with a carefree messy style.

    Hair Type: This natural style is ideal for mostly straight or wavy hair as well as fine to medium hair texture.

    Style: Create an off center part. Emulsify texture creme between your palms and scrunch and tousle hair. Allow to air dry.

    The Dress: This effortless hairstyle pairs well with a flowy dress or boho inspired look. For a playful twist, pair this relaxed style with dramatic, chunky jewelry.

    Product: Bb Texture Creme ($28)

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    Tied in Knots: Go flirty with a fun Top Knot Homecoming Hairstyle

    Hair Type: This versatile look works well with straight, wavy, and curly hair, and is easiest to achieve on fine to medium textures. For some, this is easier to achieve on day-old hair.

    Style: Flip your head upside down and collect hair in a pony at the top of your head. Use a comb to smooth. Tease the ends and wrap around the base of the pony, securing with pins. Finish with a strong hold hairspray.

    The Dress: This retro inspired hairstyle pairs well with a girly dress that’s short and sweet. Stand out with pastel colors.

    Product: Paul Mitchell Extra Body Hairspray ($16)

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    Top it Off: Finish off your look with a pretty barrette.

    Hair Type: Dress up any hair type with a bit of bling.

    Style: Whether you wear your hair with soft waves or chicly smooth, a barrette is an easy way to add a touch of sparkle to your do. Get this casual tousled look by braiding slightly damp hair and letting it air dry. Gently pull fingers through just to separate and give it a shake upside down to add extra fullness.

    The Dress: Pair your sparkle with a little lace for a look that’s sweet and totally romantic.

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    Take Sides: Go trendy with a hip side braid

    Hair Type: While this look works for finer textures, it’s also a great way to get control of thick hair.

    Style: Apply gloss drops to dry hair for smoothness and control. Create a side part and section off the portion in front of the ear on the smaller side. Divide section into three pieces and create a braid. After you tie the end with a small rubber band, sweep it across to your opposite ear and incorporate it into another braid with the remaining hair. Pin the front pieces off the face if necessary.

    The Dress: This style is ideal for a look that’s fashion forward. Complete the style with a funky pair of wedges or boldly patterned tights.

    Product: Paul Mitchell Gloss Drops ($12

    Want more hairstyle inspiration for your big night out?  Check these out!

    Hairstyle Blog contributing author Lindsay Hausch
    Contributing author Lindsay Hausch has provided clients with professional cutting edge color and cutting techniques at exclusive Paul Mitchell and Bumble and Bumble Signature Salons for the past seven years. She co-founded Sedona Beauty Team, which represents a team of artists that offer luxury, on-location beauty services. She enjoys writing articles that share her expertise. You can follow Lindsay on Twitter and FaceBook.

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