5 Holiday Hairstyles Inspired by…Food
Posted Nov 16, 2017
The holiday season has arrived! It’s an exciting time of year when we get to spend quality time with friends and family. Fancy feasts, old traditions, and parties are all coming up. What’s not to get excited about?
Well, there is one thing:
Not knowing what hairstyle to adopt for the holiday season!
Here’s a few hairstyles that are inspired by some of the foods that you will probably be enjoying in the upcoming weeks and months.
1. Cherry Pie
2. Hot Chocolate
Drinking hot chocolate by the fire with your peeps has been a fall/winter favorite since the beginning of time. If this is one of your favorite things to do during the festive season, maybe you should try this gorgeous hair color!
One of your neighbors or friends will probably bring you some caramels in the next few weeks (and if they don’t you probably need to move). This awesome blend of blonde and red hair color was inspired by caramel and would make for a perfect seasonal hair color!
4. Apricot Chocolate
Here’s two foods that don’t typically go together, but the hair colors inspired by them go together perfectly! If you go for this hot hairstyle it’s sure to turn heads during your holiday get togethers.
5. White and Dark Chocolate
Giving chocolates at Christmastime has been a time-honored tradition since the 1900s. Adding dimension to your look has never been so irresistible! This color combo inspired by white and dark chocolates is definitely a sweet looking style.
Learning Hair Color
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Need a New Style?
If you’re ready to try one of these colors or styles out with your hair, visit our student salon.* Our students can give you the look you’re going for. Get ready for this holiday season at Hair Professionals Career College!
*All services are performed by students under the supervision of a licensed professional.