Greek Hairstyles

Greek Hairstyles Greek goddesses are known not just for their power, but also for their beauty, which is the reason that hairstyles inspired by them are so popular among women today. Below you may find some of the numerous options available to style your hair, in order to gain the looks of a Greek goddess.

If your hair is long, you may choose the loose Greek goddess hairstyle. Your hair should have volume but still maintain its sleekness, in order to keep it classy. Create soft big curls only on both sides of the hair and let the ends flip back. You will draw everyone’s attention with such a classy option. However, if you are in the mood of wearing your hair up, you may go for the Greek goddess loose updo; create medium curls on your hair, loosely pushing it back and securing with a hair pin. If it doesn’t look very sleek, don’t worry; this is the whole idea! You may also let some hair fall on your face for some added sexiness. For a more dramatic hairstyle, the Greek goddess curly updo is your choice. Create tight, small and well defined curls, using a thin curling iron. You may push the hair back and secure with a pin; you may still let a few strands fall on your face, but for a sleeker look, pull all of them back.

The trademark of Greek hairstyles is the braid, which can create a casual, romantic or sophisticated look, depending on what you try to achieve and the clothes you wear. The braided updo is one of the options; braid one or both sides of the hair up to back and secure with pins; alternatively, secure half of the hair at the back, letting the other half loose. The milkmaid braid is another classic Greek goddess hairstyle, perfect for formal events. The braids run on the top front around the head, like a crown; divide your hair in two and secure them into a ponytail. Braid one part starting in front going to the back; do the same for the other side. Finally, wrap the braid on both sides of the head and put the tip under the braided part of the hair, securing with a pin.

To achieve the Hera hairstyle, create very tight curls with a thin iron, pull them back and secure them with a pin; also let some strands fall at the back. For an Aphrodite style, create loose waves with big rollers and let both sides of the hair hand loose on your shoulder and chest. Finally, for an Artemis hairstyle, make your hair wavy and pull it up to your temple, securing it in a bun.

No matter which Greek goddess hairstyle you choose, it is certain they will bring out the goddess in you.

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