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#T3Inspo: Holiday Party Hairstyle Ideas

Office parties, family get-togethers, celebrations with friends, our Brand Ambassadors have a look for everyone. No holiday blues here – except for your tools.

Holiday Party Hairstyle Ideas T3

Pearls on your Mind

A sleek look never fails for a holiday party hairstyle, Brenna created these smooth strands with her Cura LUXE and Smooth Paddle Brush, then locked in shine with the SinglePass LUXE. Finishing off her style with a crown of pearls, she’s ready for any seasonal soiree. .

Photo via Brenna Anastasia

Braid Blues

Soft, braided bends compliment Kristin’s black-tie event look. Tip: alternate the direction of your SinglePass Curl 1.25″ curls for an effortless look you can style in less time than it takes to pick out the perfect dress. Polished and put together – yes you are.

Photo via Kristin Rose Davis

Holiday Party Hairstyle Ideas T3

Holiday Party Hairstyle Ideas T3

Subtle Flip

Women on the go, this look is for you. While flat ironing your hair with the SinglePass LUXE, twist the iron under and create bends at the end of your hair. Not only will this finish off your style, but it’ll seal your ends for a smoother style. Plus, it’s a super quick way to add a little something extra while not taking a ton of time away from holiday celebrations.

Photo via Alexandrea Garza

Piecey Waves

Day two waves – count us in. Touch up your curls with the SinglePass LUXE flat iron, focusing on the face-framing sections and combing out the bends with your fingers immediately to break them up. Bonus, this holiday party hairstyle goes with literally any outfit.

Photo via Sivan Ayla

Holiday Party Hairstyle Ideas T3

Holiday Party Hairstyle Ideas T3

Silver and (Rose) Gold

Calling all those who aren’t afraid of being a little extra, Cheralee has the perfect holiday party hairstyle idea for you. Create a deep side part, the curl all of your hair away from your face with the SinglePass Curl 1.25” iron. Tuck one side behind your ear, then secure with clips or pins, don’t be afraid to mix your metals!

Photo via Cheralee Lyle