8 Responses to What kind of prom hair style works best with a halter top dress?

  1. amer says:

    something not entirely up but not entirely down…….
    if you go to a stylist for prom they are usually pretty good at giving advice if you tell them about your dress before you start

  2. boring_gordon says:

    im sure you will look gorgeous whatever you decide

  3. browneyes says:

    I WOULD SAY UP,BUT TAKE YOUR DRESS WITH TO GET YOUR HAIR DONE.THEN YOUR STYLIST SHOULD BE ABLE TO HELP YOU BETTER.THAT WHAT I DID FOR MY WEDDING

  4. PeAnUt says:

    Definetly up, i dont know why, but if you had it down it wouldnt look right. But for halter id do a curly up-do.

  5. cathcat says:

    If you have a halter top dress, you will be showing off your shoulders. I would therefore say you should wear your hair up. Leave a few strands loose to soften your face, but take the rest as though you are making a pony tail, twist it round and round, then pin at the back/top of your head with a crocodile tooth hair clip. You should have hair coming out of the top of the clip so it cascades down. Maybe add a small diamante hair slide at the front to add sparkle. Nice ear-rings will finish the look. Good luck!

  6. kyandkenna says:

    If you like your face shape, then go up since its a halter top. But truely only if you like your face shape. otherwise it will make you feel and look uncomfortable if you are tugging at a stand to cover it up.

  7. jennibrat_87 says:

    Not to long ago I saw a girl who had her hair done for the prom and she was wearing a yellow halter top. She had her hair half up/half down, pin curls on the top and loose curls on the bottom it looked really really cute.

  8. DR. Cora says:

    Hi,
    If you’re going for sheer sexy,I suggest you wear your hair up, so you can show off that beautiful halter top dress.Wear your hair up in a twist, an up to date style for your age, or curls that sit up top, and sort of hang down on the side of your face.I also suggest go through a hair styling book with your beautician, or take one to her, so she can fix it up. Dr. Cora

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