Halloween is right around the corner and I am excited about it. Halloween is about transforming from being something simple and common, to something brave and bold. By taking cues from the past, to create a sexy historical bombshell and here are some Classic Halloween Hair Do’s. Here are three classic costume ideas inspired by hair styles from the past.
Here is simple Halloween here how to’s with the wonderful Schwarzkopf Ultimate.
First creation is from the 1960s at the bow Bohemian babes have inspired after generation later with your effortless style and beauty. The hippie generation was a peace loving then made simple to look like a wild flower child.
To create a simple look you just need a flower crown or headband and a bottle of ULTIME Elastin Curls & Moisture Soft Tousle Spray.
Spray your clean, damp hair liberally with Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIME Elastin Curls & Moisture Soft Tousle Spray ($7, Walmart) and let it air-dry. Once it’s dried into the perfect messy, carefree texture, grab random one inch sections of hair, and braid them tightly for tiny braids that blend into the rest of your hair. Top your ‘do with a gorgeous flower crown or headband and voila, you’re a flower child.
The second creation is a 1920s favorite from when Charlie Chaplin was all the rage with the flapper girls. Flapper girls around with the Great Gatsby-esque finger wave bob.
To create a simple look you just need a ULTIME Biotin+ Volume & Texture H2O Free Hairspray, Curling Iron, Comb, Crown, Ponytails and bobbie pins.
Get the look by parting your hair in line with the arch in your left eyebrow and separating your hair into three sections: the front, the crown (which you can pin up into a bun and clip), and the bottom (which you’ll need to put into two pigtails). Using a wide barrel curling iron, curl the front section in inch-wide sections of hair around your hairline, pinning each curl until it cools. Tease the bottom pigtails with your hands, one at a time, to create volume for the crown section of your hair to be layered over. Pull the teased pigtails together and secure them with bobby pins. Let your curls down and gently brush them out using a boar bristle brush, stopping when you get the desired finger wave that frames your face perfectly. Pin up any loose hanging tendrils. Gather and pin the hair from the front section, tucking it up under itself and bobby pinning it to give you a faux bob look all the way around. Use Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIME Biotin+ Volume & Texture H2O Free Hairspray ($7, Walmart) to keep everything in place. To complete the full flapper look, add a sparkly headband or feather and you’re done!
Now, this last creation is for my favorite of all the hair creations from the past that are just mind blowing. This the 1950’s Pin Up Girl. I personally just love the look of the look of the 1950’s pin up girl in a time when the cold war and world war 2 was happening. To create an awesome pin up hair style you will just need a few things to make your look stand out.
To create a simple look you just need a ULTIME Biotin+ Volume & Texture Magic Volume Powder , ULTIME Biotin+ Volume & Texture H2O Free Hairspray, brush, bobbie pins, ponytails, and a comb.
Start by prepping your roots with Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIME Biotin+ Volume & Texture Magic Volume Powder ($7, Walmart). Pull the front section of your hair into a slight pompadour. Twist and secure with a bobby pin. Brush your remaining hair smooth and gather into a ponytail. Backcomb the underside interior of your hair and roll the ends under and in an upward motion to create a bun. Pin hair at the base of the bun and along the sides as needed. Finish with more Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIME Biotin+ Volume & Texture H2O Free Hairspray ($7, Walmart) and tie a scarf around your head.
All three of these halloween hair do’s are created with the very simple product and things that most girls have at home. The Schwarzkopf Ultime product line is affordable and they can help you create this halloween classic hair do’s from the past .
So this year whether you have a classic look or relaxes style, Schwarzkopf Ultime product line will help you make a statement this year. So how are you making your statement this Halloween?