3 Easy Prom Hairstyles


Spring has sprung and with that comes a plethora of events. Whether you’re heading to prom, graduation, a wedding, maybe even a vacation, these three hairstyles are quick, easy, and pretty much perfect for whatever your occasion entails. It’s got you covered with a high bun, low bun, and half up style; my favorite trio. Let me know what you think of these three beauties in the comments below and I’d also love to hear any input for future tutorials! Thank you so much, love ya much!


3 Easy Prom Hairstyles Supplies:


High Bun Instructions: White Perforated Top / Gold Leaf Combs

  • Step 1 / Brush through the hair to remove any tangles and clip in any desired extensions for extra thickness.
  • Step 2 / Sweep the hair into a high ponytail and tie it off with a hair band.
  • Step 3 / Separate the ponytail into two equal sections.
  • Step 4 / Twist one section together wrapping it clock-wise around the hair band.
  • Step 5 / Pin down the edges with several bobby pins to secure it against the head.
  • Step 6 / Twist the second section together and wrap it counter clock-wise around the previous section, pinning the edges as well.
  • Step 7 / Pull and tug on the bun until it looks the way you prefer, pinning as you go.
  • Step 8 / Set the style with hairspray and embellish it with any pins or clips.


Low Bun Instructions: Pink Cut-out Top

  • Step 1 / Brush through the hair to remove any tangles and part it on the left side.
  • Step 2 / Divide off the front sections of hair, from the part down to each ear, clipping the forward sections out of the way.
  • Step 3 / Separate off the top section of hair at the crown and tie it off with a clear elastic band.
  • Step 4 / Let down the hair clipped on the left side and wrap it around the back of the head, laying it over the elastic band, wrapping it around and underneath, and pinning it on the left side with bobby pins.
  • Step 5 / Repeat the previous step with the hair on the right side, wrapping it underneath the previous section and pinning it on the right side.
  • Step 6 / Take the remaining hair and tie it into a low ponytail.
  • Step 7 / Twist the ponytail and tie it into a knot by wrapping it clock-wise half way, placing two fingers through the center of the bun, gripping the tail and pulling it through the center.
  • Step 8 / Pin the bun against the head with several bobby pins.
  • Step 9 / Lay the tail around the bun and pin it as well.
  • Step 10 / Pull on the edges of the bun to make it fuller and set the style with hairspray.


Half Up Style Instructions: Green Lace Top / Gold Leaf Chain

  • Step 1 / Prep the hair by curling small sections away from the face with a 1″ curling iron.
  • Step 2 / Clip in any extensions if desired. I am wearing 2 2-clip wefts and 1 3-clip weft.
  • Step 3 / Finger comb the hair at the top of the head straight back away from the face.
  • Step 4 / Divide off a thin section of hair at the top of the head bringing it back towards the back of the head.
  • Step 5 / Gently twist the section together so the left side lays over the right.
  • Step 6 /Pin the section against the head with bobby pins, sliding them underneath the section.
  • Step 7 / Divide off a small horizontal section of hair on the left side, directly underneath the pinned section.
  • Step 8 / Twist the section upwards laying it underneath the top pinned section.
  • Step 9 / Pin the twist against the head on the right side and gently loosen the bottom edge by pulling small pieces of hair downwards.
  • step 10 / Divide off a similar sized section on the right side of the head, twisting it upwards and pinning it underneath the previous twist, sliding the pin in horizontally on the left side so it is hidden underneath.
  • Step 11 / Gently loosen the twist by pulling on the bottom edge, while holding the pinned end with the opposite hand.
  • Step 12 / Spray the style with hairspray to set it and add a pretty accessory if so desired.



  1. Joy
    April 29, 2016 / 5:10 PM

    So I tried to watch your video and it’s saying that your video is restricted and I need permission to watch it….I am an adult but must have those settings set on my computer for my kids safety. Anything in your video that should be restricted? Just thought you would like to know. Love all your hair tutorials.

    • May 16, 2016 / 9:32 PM

      Hi Joy, I’m not sure what the problem would be, there’s nothing restricted about the video. I’ll look into it and see what I can find out.

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