Hot Holiday Hair

'Tis the season to be jolly—and rock your favorite party dress to every holiday fete. To help us round up the best hairstyles, we asked Tippi Shorter, Aveda Global Artistic Director for Textured Hair to weigh in on the best styles to complete your look. Whether you plan on wearing it long or short, natural or relaxed, we've got inspiration from our favorite celebrities. Take a look.

Deena Campbell Nov, 19, 2014

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'Tis the season to be jolly—and rock your favorite party dress to every holiday fete. To help us round up the best hairstyles, we asked Tippi Shorter, Aveda Global Artistic Director for Textured Hair to weigh in on the best styles to complete your look. Whether you plan on wearing it long or short, natural or relaxed, we've got inspiration from our favorite celebrities. Take a look.

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“This deep side part with hair tucked behind ears and smooth straight to the back is a great way to take an old blowout and refine it into a new sleek polished look to prolong a look when traveling,” says Shorter. We especially love this look on Rhi-Rhi—it looks great when paired with a bold, red lip.

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"A side ponytail is great for for curly hair," says Shorter. "This is a chic style for curly hair that's fun and festive." Don't have the length? Try this style with a wig or weave.

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"Soft finger waves are a great holiday look for short hair," says Shorter. "Just remember to brush out waves to keep a softer updated look."

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“The low ponytail is another great way to extend a blowout during the holiday time while traveling,” says Shorter. “You can even add a jeweled hair band to add a bit of sparkle.”

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