Love is in the air – and so is his impatience because you’re late after spending too much time deciding how to do your hair for your date night. Try these easy hairstyles for long hair that won’t keep him waiting but instead – will have him wanting.
Side-Swept Soft, Subtle and Seductive Waves
Rather than having long straight hair, soft waves scream romance. They soften your facial features and your entire look. They don’t take long to achieve either. All you need is your curling iron (or hair straightener). You don’t have to curl your hair either. The top layers add just enough romantic curl for your date.
Flirty French Twist
French twists are really versatile. Although they’re traditionally quite reserved, today, the twist on French twist makes them perfect for a romantic date night. Keep your twist soft and loose so that loose strands fall across your face. Let a few strands fall out of the twist too. It is kind of like “letting your hair down” while putting it up in a classic date night hairstyle.
Simply Tempting V-Twist for Long Hair
If you don’t have a lot of time to plan your date night hairstyle – or you’re looking in the mirror thinking, “what do I do with this hair?” then try this look. A simple “v-twist” lets you leave your hair down but amps up the romance by pulling your hair back in a twist on one side. It will pull your hair back so you can show off your make up and your gorgeous facial features.
Depending on your outfit, the date location and your personal style, you might want a hairstyle that is more sophisticated and cool than loose and warm. A tight, sleek ponytail is the perfect choice. It still shows off your luscious locks but it pulls your hair back, off your face, to show off your facial features flawlessly. It will keep your hair secure for the night too.
There’s a reason that brides often wear headbands. They add a touch of femininity and softness to a hairstyle without taking much effort. They’re utterly charming and romantic – perfect for date night. A great way to soften the look is to add some texture with sea salt spray or your curling iron then tame the texture with a perfectly matching headband.