If you want a seamless, stylish look, it is essential to make sure that your hair goes with your outfit. After all, the outfit is just one part of the look – your hair, make-up, accessories and shoes all also play a role. But which hairstyle suits your outfit choice?
Here are a few tips to help you match your hairstyle and your neckline.
Outfits with V-Necks
A v-neck outfit tends to show off cleavage and skin, so normally it is best to tie your hair up so that you can show off the neckline. A half-up, half-down hairstyle can also be done to show off the outfit neckline. If you decide to do this, we suggest that you do it a day or two after washing your hair, as the natural oils will help to hold the hairstyle in place.
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Outfits with Round/Square Necks
Round and square neck outfits are fairly popular as they are flattering to most body types and they tend to work well with natural, flowing hair. If you have shorter hair, a few curls can help to create a boho look, and if your hair is longer, you could put some waves in it to add texture around the collar area.
Outfits with High Necklines
Outfits with a high neckline tend to go right up to the neck (or even cover it), so they tend to work well with hairstyles that show off the neck. This could be a simple messy bun at the base of your neck, or you could try a slick ponytail for a tidier, more professional look.
Strapless outfits show off the neck, the shoulders and the collarbone. This revealing style is perfect for nights out or dates, and it is best to choose a feminine hairstyle that will complement the feminine style of the neckline. You can do either an updo or hair down, depending on how confident you feel about showing skin; if you don’t feel very confident, you can have your hair down to hide some skin, but if you want to show off, you could try a high bun. This will highlight your neck and your shoulders, and you could even throw in a necklace to really make a statement.