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Prom Hairstyles 2012

Prom Hairstyles 2012. Prom season has finally arrived, and what the means for many, is finding the best hairstyle for prom night. Prom is a milestone in any young girl’s life, and it’s a highly anticipated time that takes months of planning. With your hairstyle being one of the most important items on the list.

For the 2012 prom season, there are quite a few hair trends you can wear for prom. With the side braid still remaining a very popular hair trend, your can easily incorporate this trend into a fun prom look. Add flowers, ribbons, or beads to really make the look pop and feel more formal. Hairstyles such as the ballerina bun, or hair knots are simple looks that work wonders with short flirty dresses that can make you feel like a princess. If trendy styles aren’t really your thing, you can also wear traditional prom hairstyles such as loose spiral curls, updos, or half up down styles. Look below to see pictures of creative hairstyles you can wear for the 2012 prom season. CHECKOUT PROM 2013 HAIRSTYLES HERE.

Top Hair Trends for 2012 Prom Season

  • Retro Inspired
  • Braids
  • Hair Accessories ( feathers, beads etc)
  • Hair Knots/ Ballerina Buns

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