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7 Romantic Hair Ideas for New Year's Eve

It’s always a challenge to create flattering hairstyles that also look effortless and not too overdone, especially when it’s for a special event or party. I’ve rounded up some lovely hair ideas that would be perfect for New Year’s Eve. From upswept to side-swept, these will all work with a pretty party dress. Take a look, after the jump! (Top photo: Lauren Cooper/She Lets Her Hair Down).


  • Holiday Bun 1 of 7
    Holiday Bun
    This is a softer look for the top knot and it's looks pretty easy too!
    Tutorial at She Lets Her Hair Down Photo by Lauren Cooper
  • Messy Bun with Braid 2 of 7
    Messy Bun with Braid
    This is fun and different and messy. A great idea to experiment with!
    Photo from Toast
    Cardigan
    £155.00 Toast
  • Back-Swept Hair 3 of 7
    Back-Swept Hair
    This is another genius tutorial from hair stylist, Rubi Jones. It's effortless and pretty.
    Tutorial at She Lets Her Hair Down Photo by Lauren Cooper
  • Upswept Hair with Greens 4 of 7
    Upswept Hair with Greens
    You don't have to be a bride to wear flowers or greens in your hair. Try this sweet but subtle look for New Year's Eve.
    Photo from Toast
    Wool dress
    £117.00 Toast
  • Side Bun 5 of 7
    Side Bun
    Try this side braid with side-swept bangs for romantic party hair.Photo from Plumo
    Dress
    $224.05 Plumo
  • Side braid 6 of 7
    Side braid
    A side braid is always sweet and effortless looking.
    Photo from Toast
    Dress
    £139.00 Toast
  • Side Pony-Tail 7 of 7
    Side Pony-Tail
    Curled hair swept into a side pony tail is always pretty for a party. Photo from Plumo
    Dress
    $75.71 Plumo

All photos from respective sources.

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