5 Celeb-Inspired Hairstyles To Rock This Valentine's Day

Written by Lopa KFeb 13, 2024
5 Celeb-Inspired Hairstyles to Rock This Valentine's Day

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, it's the perfect time to dazzle with your hair game on point. Whether you're planning a romantic date night or a fun Galentine’s with friends, nailing that perfect hairstyle is a must. Luckily, we've got your back with celeb inspo for some glamorous looks like ponytail hairstyles that will steal the spotlight and make hearts flutter.

Hairstyles for Valentine’s Day

Whether you're aiming for classic Hollywood glam or a modern twist on ponytail hairstyles, we've got the tips and tricks to make sure your hair steals the spotlight on the big day. Let's get styling and make this Valentine's Day one to remember!

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Celeb Inspo Hairstyles For Valentine’s Day

Get ready to steal the show this Valentine's Day with five effortlessly glamorous looks like cute ponytail hairstyles that are sure to leave a lasting impression!


1. Rhinestone Ponytail

Hairstyles for Valentine’s Day

If you want to add a twist to easy ponytail hairstyles, why not bling them up?

  • Brush your hair to remove any tangles and gather it into one of the usual high ponytail hairstyles at the crown of your head.
  • Take a small section of hair from the underside of the ponytail and wrap it around the hair tie to conceal it.
  • Secure the wrapped section of hair with bobby pins.
  • Now, it's time to add the rhinestones! Use a small amount of hair gel or adhesive specifically designed for applying rhinestones to the hair.
  • Carefully place the rhinestones from the top to the beginning of the ponytail in rows or create a pattern of your choice.
  • Once the rhinestones are in place, gently press them down to ensure they stick securely.


2. Low Messy Bun:

Hairstyles for Valentine’s Day

Nothing screams like effortless chic than a deliberately messy look!

  • Start by gathering your hair into a low ponytail at the nape of your neck.
  • Twist the ponytail loosely and wrap it around the base to form a bun.
  • Secure the bun with bobby pins, making sure to leave some strands loose for a messy, effortless look.
  • Gently tug on the bun to loosen it and create volume.
  • Use your fingers to pull out a few strands of hair around your face to frame it.


3. Spiky Supermodel Hair:

Hairstyles for Valentine’s Day

Envious of the afterparty supermodel looks? Now you can get it too.

  • Start by creating a deep side part in your hair.
  • Gather your hair into a low ponytail on the opposite side of the part.
  • Twist the ponytail tightly and wrap it around the base to form a sleek bun.
  • Secure the bun with bobby pins but make sure the ends of your hair are not pinned.


4. Gel Look with Bangs:

Hairstyles for Valentine’s Day

Don’t have long hair for ponytail hairstyles or chic buns? We’ve got you!

  • Start by applying a small amount of hair gel to your hands and running it through your damp hair.
  • Use a comb or your fingers to style your hair. You can slick it back or create texture by running your fingers through it for a more tousled style.
  • For the bangs, curl the edge with your fingers and blow dry.
  • Once your hair is styled, apply a bit more gel to your fingertips and run them over your hair to smooth down any flyaways and add shine.
  • Finish with a spritz of hairspray to hold the style in place and keep your hair looking glossy all day.


5. Beachy Waves

Hairstyles for Valentine’s Day

Hey, if Taylor Swift can get the love story of the decade while looking this stylish, maybe even we can.

  • Use a curling iron to curl small sections of your hair away from your face. Before that, don’t forget your heat protection!
  • Leave the ends of your hair out of the curling iron for a more relaxed, beachy look. 
  • Once you've curled all of your hair, use your fingers to gently tousle and separate the curls.
  • If you have bangs, use a round brush and a blow dryer to style them to the side or straight down, depending on your preference.
  • Finish with a spritz of texturizing spray or sea salt spray to add texture and hold to your waves.
  • Optional: Add a cute hair accessory like a headband or hair clip for an extra touch of glamour.


FAQs on Celeb Inspo Hairstyles for Valentine’s Day

Hairstyles for Valentine’s Day

Q1. What is a dreamy and romantic hairstyle?

Such a hairstyle is usually whimsy or super chic and sophisticated. First, you can try textured beachy waves in a half-up-do with tendrils framing your face which is perfect if you are looking for half ponytail hairstyles. Or if you want to go with the traditional look, a chignon or a braided bun is a favourite.

Q2. How to add hearts to a hairstyle for Valentine’s Day?

One way to go is to add clips or scrunchies that are heart-shaped to your ponytail hairstyles. Space buns also give the illusion of a heart. Otherwise, if you are handy with braids, two French braids from the centre of your hair to the back give you the classic heart shape.

Q3. How should I do my hair for a date night?

The most common hairstyle for date night is the beach waves left open. High ponytail hairstyles also add a fun spin to your outfit. If you want to switch things up, you can try a braided hairband or a fishtail messy braid.

Lopa K

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