Proms are extremely important for any teenage girl. Undoubtedly, she wants to look more beautiful than others at any cost. Girls with long tresses find it easier to style their hair. They can curl, make small waves or just flaunt straight hair. Many girls like to keep their hair short for the ease of maintenance.
But on a prom night, they wish they had long manes like the Barbie doll in the class. Girls need not worry; check out some of the innovative ways of styling your hair, even if they are short and thus rocking the prom night.
Best Short Prom Hairstyles for 2012
Finger Curl and Waves
Keep your hair wavy on the top and end them in tight curls. They exude a cute look plus can be easily done. Put some gloss over them and you are ready to shine.
The glossy, tight curl look can be complemented with a fringe, which makes it even more elegant. Try this hairstyle with knee length dresses.
Comb it Up
If you have very short hair, then try to just comb them and stick to your scalp with a gloss. Add a side fringe and you are ready to go. This style is very easy to create and inexpensive as you can make it as your home.
Straighten your short hair and create pin like spikes and let them hang loose. A warm hair color depending on your skin tone will complement the look.
Make sure to ear danglers with it. This gives you an edgy and not a very soft look, ideal for the tom-boyish girls.
You must be wondering, how can one create a bun in short hair? Well! Curl your hair at the ends and stick them on left or right side of the head with bobby pins and hair spray. Tuck them neatly so that it looks naturally messy. A hairstyle like this makes your hair look longer.
Just wet your hair and put a lot of gloss and if they are curly, they will just fall to look trendy. If they are straight they will either look spiky or if you comb them to stick to your head and pair red lipstick with it, they will exude the old world glamour and charm.
Add fringes on your forehead to your short hair. They look ultra chic and elegant and do not need styling but just a hair spray, to set them up. Add a hair band on the top of your fringes to give yourself a cute look.
If you have slightly wavy hair, then go for a high pony tail and put the pony in a small bun. You can put a net cover on the bun and accessorize it with sequins, to give a classy feel. But make sure that bun is tight and holds on for the evening.
If on the prom night, you want to sport a softer look go for tight curls and for edgy one, the straight spikes. Make sure to assess your personality before choosing a particular hair style, because it will play a crucial part in casting your first impression.