Romantic Hairstyles for Valentine’s Day

Holidays, whether Hallmark or not, deserve a little dressing up for the occasion. On February 14th, romance is in the air, (even if it’s 20 below). One could think of hair like a love letter; whether short and sweet or long and lusty, there’s a romantic style for the occasion. Here are 5 sweet styles for sharing the day with your sweetheart or going out on the town with your best girlfriends.


Short and Edgy
It’s Valentine’s Day, a bit of attitude goes a long way. A short ‘do given some volume at the front is a stylish way to rock your date.

Short to Medium-Length ’60’s
Get flirty with a vintage vibe on the fourteenth. Try tumbles of curls with a 60s vibe bouncing around neck and shoulders.

Half-up ’60s
Play dress up on V-Day with a retro style with lots of volume and waves. Pull hair back and up high then secure at the crown with a cute bow barrette.


Half-up at Home
Getting cozy at home on Friday? Pull loose waves back and secure low at the nape with a pretty clip, letting loose tendrils fall around the face. Pull on a baggy sweater and curl up with some aromatic tea and a good read.

Fun Pony
A pony isn’t just for jogging anymore. For an activity-filled date night with your honey or an exciting night out with your girlfriends, style hair into loose waves before pulling hair back for a mid-high pony secured with an elastic.

Whatever you do, remember cupid is on the lookout, so this Valentine’s day wow him with your great hairstyle. If you’re feeling like you might need a hand with your look, simply book at Hair Republic (you can do it online!) and let a stylist take care of it for you, or hint to your sweetie that you need a gift card from HR to make the day just right!


Post by AVL. Images via Pinterest.


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