Are you excited for your quinceañera? Whether you’re celebrating your 15th birthday, sweet 16, or something in between, you want to look your absolute best! Your dress, shoes, and makeup will make a statement but what stands out the most in photos is your hair. It’s essential to find a look that works with your tiara, emphasizing that you are (and always will be) a princess. Check out these pictures of 5 pretty quinceañera hairstyles to get inspired!
Lots of popular quinceañera updos combine fabulous volume with romantic curls. This gorgeous look does both in addition to one more essential detail, being comfortable! Hair is loosely piled on top, creating a gorgeous resting place for the tiara. Long hair falls over one shoulder in loose curls. This side hairstyle is even more dramatic with a spaghetti strap or strapless dress.
There are so many different ways to combine curls and volume! This princess hairstyle has so much going on with a curled updo at the back, side swept bangs, and a gorgeous ringlet tendril on one side. These elements are ultra flattering on absolutely everyone, especially if you’re concerned about minimizing a high forehead or round face.
Bun hairstyles have been the hottest cute and easy hairstyle of 2013 but this fancy version if perfect for a quince party! Long hair is twisted into an elaborate knot while the rest of hair is super smooth plus a lovely bump of volume. Highlights accentuate the subtle detail of this fabulous do! The regal look is perfect topped off with a silver and gold crown.
If you’re not sure what do with your hair, the curly updo is always beautiful and always in style. This look can even work for medium hair – the curls are gorgeous at any length. Or if it’s just not enough, have your stylist add a few extensions for more length, volume, and fullness. No one will ever know!
Bangs are a must have with this updo. If you already have fringe, whether it’s side swept or blunt, go with it! It’s already part of your signature look and should be part of the big day (you got them because they look good, right?). If you don’t have bangs, no problem! It’s easy to style side swept bangs and your stylist will make them a part of your hairstyle. Pulling hair all the way back can be severe, which is not the look you’re going for.
Here’s another hot version of the updo with curls. Tightly coiled ringlets at the back are a gorgeous halo. Just in front is a peaked pouf creating the perfect resting place for the quinceañera tiara, whether it’s low or taller. The crown is set back behind bangs which actually accentuates the sparkle against dark hair.
This version of side swept bangs adds an extra twist, literally. The styled fringe finishes with a curl that tucks behind one ear. A few coiled strands of hair are loose all around for a soft face framing effect.