Had the honour, to particpate in the Interview for TeenVogue, how to create the best Homecoming Hairstyles. Add Volume
Avoid doing a super straight look. You want to have a style with movement and you don't want to have to worry about your hair getting flat. If you want to wear your hair down, add a soft wave and pull the front back into a twist or add a funky headband."Stay away from a style that looks too forced or over-styled, like a slicked back chignon," advises celebrity hairstylist Sascha Breuer. "Don't use too much hairspray. The more you use, the more lacquered you'll look. This tends to date the hairdo. Looking effortless is key to keeping it chic and fresh."
"Be sure to use product to prep your hair and a finishing spray to hold it. To prep, use a volumizing spray or mousse at the roots. This'll give the hair the volume and texture you need to style it, while eliminating any flyaways and adding a beautiful shine. If your hair feels at all loose before you leave for the night, add more pins where needed (store a few in your purse!) and spray it with a finishing spray.
"Headbands and clips have become key pieces on the runways and red carpets," says Breuer. "Just make sure that it goes well with the style and color of your outfit!""Stones and beads are on trend this fall, if you're doing a simple hairstyle and makeup look, hair accessories are a great addition."