Lionesse Flat Iron | Romantic Hair Styles
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Romantic Hair Styles

Romantic Hair Styles

Beautiful woman with a romantic hairstyle

Spring is in the air, and that means love is in full swing. This is a season for renewal, and with that, comes time to renew your hair style ideas. Lionesse has some fantastic, beautiful, and sweet romantic hairstyle ideas that you can try out to impress the one you love – and they aren’t overly difficult or hard to achieve. Some of these are a bit casual, others a bit more elaborate and elegant – and we hope you will give them all a try for special occasions, or just to spend time with the one you love.

Curly, Messy Updo
This is a super easy to do hairstyle that looks absolutely stunning. To get the messy updo look, you will need to curl your hair in various sized curls, separating them with your fingers. Pull all of the hair back using your fingers, rather than a brush, as if you were going to put your hair into a pony tail. Then, twist the hair into a messy bun or chignon and let the curly pieces fall wherever they lay. Simple, easy, and cute, this style can be dressed up with studded bobby pins, and can go with nearly any outfit or for any occasion.

Low, Messy Braid
Simple and easy enough, this low, messy braid will look beautiful and very romantic – and it only requires a few steps and minutes. First, you part the hair down the middle. Then, take some dry shampoo and spray the hair vigorously, especially on the top and crown area of the head. From there, gather all of the hair to the back of the head as if you were going to create a low ponytail, but keep it loose. Braid the hair very loosely into a simple 3 strand braid, and secure the braid with an elastic – clear is best, or one that matches your current hair color. Mess the braid a bit, pulling sections a bit looser for a messy effect. Any pieces that come loose from the braid can be curled, waved, or left to sit where they lie – and no matter what, it will look perfect.

Half Up, Half Down with Waves
This style requires a bit more to it than the previous styles, but it’s still easy to achieve. What you will need to do is apply a root volumizing mousse from roots to tips of the hair, and then blow dry the hair with a round brush. From there, you will wrap small sections of hair around a curling iron, leaving the ends free from curling. Once each wave is released from the curling iron, gently tug on each wave to give it a loose effect. Part the hair down the middle, and then begin backcombing the hair at the crown of the head to give added volume. Be sure to do this gently to avoid damaging the hair. Gather the hair from behind the ears as if you were going to do a regular half up, half down style, and pin into place with bobby pins, ensuring you don’t use too much hair in the process. Voila!

Braided Messy Low- Do
This style is a bit braid, a bit updo, and a bit down low. Messy, elegant and sexy, it’s easy to complete – and only requires a few minutes to do. Begin a fishtail braid at the crown of the head, and after a few passes, begin to form a messy chignon. Pin into place, and allow some pieces to fall out. You can even keep a few pieces around the face out of the equation by leaving them out of the braid to begin with, giving a soft effect around the face. Spray with a soft hold hairspray to secure.

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