With New Year's Eve just around the corner, it's time to start planning your perfect NYE look! That, of course, includes the perfect hairstyle! With these awesome hair tutorials from YouTuber "Bebexo," I have no doubt that you'll find one that you absolutely love:
1 Knotted Waterfall Braid
If you're going for a sweet and subtle look with your makeup, compliment it with a sweet hairstyle. The knotted waterfall braid is perfect!
2 French Pull-through Braid
If you can french braid your own hair, kudos to you. I STILL have to ask my sister to french braid mine! LOL. I think the style is the perfect balance between sweet and edgy - totally perfect for a New Year's Eve look!
3 Twisted Side Swept
For a playful take on wearing your hair down, try out this twisted side swept style. It's very rocker chic and will look awesome with just about any outfit! What do you think of it?
4 Perfect Pony
You can never go wrong with a sleek ponytail. It just makes you look instantly chic and sophisticated!
5 Bubble Ponytail
If you're a fan of the classic ponytail, you'll love this. The bubble ponytail adds personality to your look - it's very fun and playful!
6 Twisted Sock Bun
The sock bun has always been a go-to hairstyle but there are so many ways that you can spice it up! Braids are always a cute addition and this tutorial shows you how to twirl one around your bun.
7 Upside down French Braid Bow
I think this style is so cute and girly! The inverted french braid might be a little tricky to master but practice makes perfect! The bow is definitely the sweetest touch.
8 Braided Faux Hawk
If this look is familiar to you, it's because Selena Gomez rocked the braided faux hawk back in 2013 at the MTV Movie Awards! I've been obsessed with the look ever since and this tutorial shows you how to easily recreate the hairstyle.
9 Mermaid Waves
If you want to keep your hair down, mermaid waves are the way to go. They keep your hair looking voluminous all night long! You can even add fun touches like random braids throughout your hair.
Which of these do you think you'll be recreating for New Year's?
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