by Melissa Schweiger | Jun 05 2018
Graduation Hairstyle Ideas
Get ready to toss your caps into the air. It's graduation time! It's also the time for countless selfies and hundreds of Instagram posts with #graduation looks flooding your feed. If you count yourself among the cap and gown set during this special time of year, then you'll need a proper beauty look to match. Celebrating your accomplishments thus far while looking to the future are always done better with a killer blowout. Here, some beautiful graduation hair looks to get you inspired.
Sleek and Straight Hair
Always a crowd-pleaser, going with classic straight hair will get you an A+ for style. Using the right tools and products is key for nailing straight hair. If your goal is perfectly straight hair, then experts advise using a paddle brush as opposed to a round brush. Start with damp--not sopping wet--hair and spray a heat protectant on hair first. Try HSI Argan Oil Heat Protectant for Hair. Choose a lightweight, yet powerful hairdryer, so your arms won't get tired during the blowout process. Try the HSI Professional Dryonizer Lite Lightweight Ceramic Blowdryer.
Messy Cool Bob
Think how cool this wavy relaxed style would look with a graduation cap. The idea is to keep it looking effortless, fresh, and ready to take on the world. The bronde color is also perfect for sun-kissed summer style.
Long Loose Waves
Loose waves are classically beautiful and look amazing in photos. This look will last from brunch with the family to more energetic graduation parties with your friends. Use the HSI Groover Ceramic Curling Wand to create this look by wrapping random pieces of hair from the bottom up to the mid section of the hair.
Romantic Long Braid
This ethereal look does double duty. A loose braided ponytail not only looks lovely, but it's also really good at keeping your hair off your face during your graduation ceremony.
Looking for a gift of beauty for your favorite grad? How about one of the HSI Professional Style Kits? They can get salon-quality hairstyles from their college dorm rooms.