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6 Hairstyles for All the Thanksgiving Festivities

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6 Hairstyles for All the Thanksgiving Festivities 6 Hairstyles for All the Thanksgiving Festivities 6 Hairstyles for All the Thanksgiving Festivities
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In case you haven’t noticed, Thanksgiving is right around the corner. While you likely have a long list of things you need to do in preparation, you may be overlooking one of the most important things: Thanksgiving hairstyles! No matter what you have on the agenda for the holiday, there’s no question you need a hairstyle to tie together your beauty look for each occasion. After all, the goal is to make a lasting impression. Thankfully, you can experiment with anything from updos to curls to complement your style. Ahead, we’re sharing a list of six Thanksgiving hairstyles that will give you an extra thing to be thankful for.

THANKSGIVING HAIRSTYLE #1: HIGH PONYTAIL

Before the official Thanksgiving celebration, there’s always the endless preparation and errands that need to be run. Whether you’re headed to the grocery store or picking up family from the airport, it’s best to keep your locks stylishly tucked away. And a high ponytail won’t disappoint. Here’s how to get the job done.

What you’ll need:

Hair brush

Clear elastics

L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle LOCK IT Weather Control Hairspray

Get the look:

STEP #1: BRUSH YOUR HAIR

Kick things off by brushing your hair and making sure it’s free of any tangles for a sleek, pulled-back look. The last thing you want is your hair getting in the way as you’re running around!

STEP #2: PULL YOUR HAIR BACK

Gather your hair in your hands and smooth it back into a mid-height ponytail. Gradually raise your hair to be in the position of a high ponytail while keeping your locks slick against your head.

STEP #3: SECURE YOUR PONYTAIL

Use a clear elastic to secure your ponytail for a seamless look.

STEP #4: SEAL IN YOUR STYLE

Spritz your hair spray over your ‘do to keep your hair in place throughout the busy day ahead.

THANKSGIVING HAIRSTYLE #2: SLEEK BUN

With Thanksgiving comes cooking and baking all of that delicious food. When you’re working in the kitchen, you’re probably going to want your hair pulled back and out of the way. After all, you don’t want any stray ends to fall in one of your many dishes. During food preparation, a sleek bun hairstyle is the way to go.

What you’ll need:

Clear elastics

L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle LOCK IT Clean Style Gel

Get the look:

STEP #1: GRAB YOUR HAIR GEL

Starting at your temples, apply hair gel to your mane and slick your hair towards the back of your head. This will keep your strands in place and also make it easier to create your bun.

STEP #2: PUT YOUR HAIR UP

Use a clear elastic to create a ponytail that will serve as the base of your bun. You can choose to have a low, mid-height, or high bun—it’s totally up to you!

STEP #3: CREATE YOUR BUN

Twist your ponytail and wrap it around its base to form a bun. Secure it in place with a clear elastic and you’re ready to start mashing some mashed potatoes!

THANKSGIVING HAIRSTYLE #3: PARTY PONY

In many places, it’s tradition to have a pre-celebration with friends and loved ones the nightbefore Thanksgiving. If you need some inspiration for your Thanksgiving Eve hairstyle for your virtual affair, a party pony is a classic fit for the occasion.

What you’ll need:

Clear elastics

Curling iron (optional)

L’Oréal Paris Elnett Satin Hairspray Strong Hold

Get the look:

STEP #1: STYLE YOUR MANE

Start by styling your hair as you wish, whether that’s straightening it or adding some definition with a texture spray. We personally love this hairstyle with some loose, full curls, but curling your hair is totally optional!

STEP #2: CREATE YOUR PONY

Section the top part of your hair horizontality above your ears. Pull this section into a high, half-up ponytail and secure it with a clear elastic. Make sure there aren’t any bumps or stray hairs left behind.

STEP #3: SEAL THE DEAL

Spray your hair with hairspray to keep your ‘do in place for all your photo-ops.

THANKSGIVING HAIRSTYLE #4: BRAIDED HEADBAND

For the main event of this holiday, you’ll want your hair to be looking its best for all of those relatives you only see a few times a year. Try adding a braided headband to your hairstyle of choice for an instant upgrade that’s sure to impress.

What you’ll need:

Bobby pins

Hair texturizer

Hairspray

Get the look:

To learn how to get the style, read our article, How To Get a Braided Headband Hairstyle.

THANKSGIVING HAIRSTYLE #5: MESSY BUN

Nowadays, Cyber Monday has become the shopping event of the season.. In fact, you may even find yourself browsing the Internet at the crack of dawn.Whenever you plan to roll out of bed and cruise the virtual racks for some stellar deals, you probably won’t be in the mood to spend time styling your mane. Toss your hair into a messy bun and let the shopping begin!

What you’ll need:

Hair brush

L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle BOOST IT High Lift Creation Spray

Clear elastic

Bobby pins

L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle LOCK IT Bold Control Hairspray

Get the look:

Head over to our article, How To Create a Messy Bun, for a step-by-step tutorial.

THANKSGIVING HAIRSTYLE #6: BUBBLE PONYTAIL

With all of the tasks on your agenda for the holiday, you may not have enough time to spend styling your mane for each occasion. That’s why it’s essential to count on a look that can go the distance. This is where the bubble ponytail can work its magic.

What you’ll need:

L’Oréal Paris EverPure Volume Shampoo

L’Oréal Paris EverPure Volume Conditioner

L’Oréal Paris EverSleek Frizz Finish Oil-In-Serum

Toothbrush

Clear elastics

Get the look:

Click through to our article, How To Create The Perfect Bubble Ponytail, for inspiration.

Next up: Now that you have the deets on the best Thanksgiving hairstyles for all the festivities, it’s time to focus on the other holidays. Check out our article, 10 Party Hairstyles To Wear For Christmas and New Year's.

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