Style conscious teens DO know the importance of the right hairstyle. Then what kind of hairstyles is best for teens? If you want to stand out in thousands of teens? You must stay ahead of the trends.And the most important thing is your hairstyle! So don’t limit yourself to the classic hair styles such as cute short hairstyles,long straight hairstyles, bobs etc. You should creative with your hairdo.Here are some hairstyle ideas for teens.
Tight Ringlets -sexy curls
What do you think of the tight ringlets? Yes, a lot people think the tight ringlets is old fashioned Shirley Temple curls. In fact, if you wear this hair style you will feel the curls are sexy and fun curls on the evening with other girls! In order to create this hairstyle, you can apply a shine serum to dry hair first, then section your hair into 3 sections (2 on the top and 1 on the bottom), then curling the bottom hair using the curling iron. After that, move on to curling the top 2 hair and finish off the style by lightly misting with hairspray to hold curls.
Cool Punk Streaks
Emm, the punk hairstyles are good hair ideas for holidays, not good for students if fact, you can try this hairstyle in your holidays.
Punk bright colored streaks have been the rage in the emo community. If you don’t want a full head of hair dye, get streaks or purchase clip-on streaks in bright colors or patterns.
Loose Wave Hairstyles -Glam Goddess
These are really beautiful sexy hairstyles! Do you know Serena van der Woodsen in the “Gossip Girl”? She has really beautiful loose waves! I love her hairstyle so much. To achieve this style, you can use a barre curling iron to create some random curls. And then pick up some of the sections and warp around the barrel for ten seconds,in the same time, you should make sure to warp the hair away from your face. You can create seven radom curls, then using your fingers to break the curls apart. Mist with a light-hold hairspray for the lasting power.
Cool Boy Bangs
Whoever said the boy bangs were reserved for girls doesn’t know Zac Efron and Pete Wentz. Ask your stylist for wispy, textured bangs. If you like punk, emo or goth styles, add a streak. If you like preppy, ask for highlights and low lights.