Beauty Quinceanera Hairstyles app
Step By Step Instructions Learn How To Beauty Quinceanera HairstylesLearning how to make a perfect quinceanera hairstyle is not very easy. That’s why most of the girls ask a specialist to help them. The most important part is to choose the right hairstyle for the occasion. We prepared a concise list of quinceanera hairstyles for girls to consider. Most of them require a lot of effort but the result is truly amazing. These styles can be used for any special occasion starting from the prom and ending with a wedding. Turning 15 is always a sweet and amazing time and 15 year olds will look especially great with these hairstyles. Remember, long hair is not a must for them. You can always opt for a weave.
- Loose braid
Loose braids are pretty easy to create but are hard to hold together. The hair is curled, swept backwards and a loose high braid is created. This braid should be secured with a headband, an elastic band and some pins. Apply some hairspray to keep the hairstyle neat.
- Barbie curls
This complicated Barbie curls are nothing more than a loose and high ponytail. The hair is curled and swept upwards and back. It is held together by pins and elastic bands. Make the hair flow freely and let it cover the accessories you use to keep it intact.
- French braid with a twist
Just a simple braid would be boring, so why not add some zest to your style? Start braiding your hair as you would for French braid but keep the bottom strands hanging freely. Don’t forget to curl your locks beforehand.
- Braid burst
This quinceanera hairstyle will definitely make a beauty queen out of you. The hair is curled. One thick strand on the side is left loose and the rest is arranged into a low bun. The loose strand is then curled and wrapped around the back
- Side swept curls
This simple hairstyle will really make an impression. Curl your locks and sweep them to one side to let the hair fall freely over your shoulder. Pin the top part from the opposite side to the back and attach the accessory over it. Read more