Quinceanera hairstyles should be stunning and secure. It needs to capture the maturity of the new young lady while standing up to a night of celebrating and dancing. It also never hurts to choose a Quinceanera hairstyle that makes you look fantastic.
You need to decide what hair accessories you want to wear before deciding on your exact hairstyle. If you're going to wear a tiara or crown, your hair will need a flat area for the adornment to sit. If you plan on wearing just pretty gems scattered in your hair, you can use almost any upswept style.
This upswept and twisted hair style is perfect for any Quinceanera party. Pull your hair into a low ponytail with your hands. Twist the ponytail tightly upwards towards the crown on your head. Pin the twisted hair in place and leave the ends loose on top of the head. Take the loose ends and create tons of tiny spiral curls. Use some hairspray to keep everything in place. Slip your crown or tiara on in front of the curls and secure with pins.
There are a few Quinceanera hairstyles you can create with variations on the basic ponytail tiara twist hairstyle. Separate your hair into two sections and twist each one up the side of your head. Bring them together at the top of your head, curls the ends, and secure with pins and hairspray. Or you can go with four sections, two in back and two in front. Twist up to the top of your head, gather the hair together, curl the ends and secure.
If you don't plan on wearing a crown or tiara, think about making your own crown with a fancy braid. Pull you hair up into a high ponytail. Use ribbons that match your dress and braid your hair with them. Take the long, fancy braid and wrap it in a circle around your head. Secure in place with plenty of bobby pins and hairspray. Pull a few loose tendrils out around your face to soften the look.
You can use ribbon, flowers or even tiny barrettes to help dress up a braided crown hairstyle. Find tiny, gem barrettes to scatter in the braid itself. Find some fresh, small flowers and stick the stems into the braid. You can even use the ribbon to create pretty hanging strands down the back of your head and neck.
The debutante ball is traditionally for a group of debutantes although some balls may be hosted with just one or two close relatives. Today, the majority of balls are held between November and January.
For most Latin cultures, this celebration when a girl becomes a woman is known as a Quinceanera. For many young Latin women, finding the right Quinceanera dress is a special, exciting process.