Prom Updo’s? Not according to this hairdresser
Prom Updo’s are serious business in Norwich Conn
I read press stories a lot and I’ve never seen a publication do as good of job as Amy Lawson, of the Norwich Bulletin of helping teens get ready for prom and especially in the hair styling category. My hats off to the Norwich Bulletin for a very well done article on prom hairstyles.
They have an entire website devoted to local proms, it is really well done it includes an interview with local hairdressers with outstanding video of J. D. Danner demonstrating how to prepare a relaxed look hair style for prom. His theory that maybe prom updo’s are not the best hairstyle for prom.
The site has listings of the dates and locations of all of the local proms, a listing of the top 10 movies with prom themes, plus many more local resources for teens attending prom. As a bonus there is a second prom updo’s video JD Danner knows that no prom attendee is going to be looking for a relaxed hairstyle for the big night. Here are a couple of snippets from this must read prom hairstyle article.
|“||Relaxed hairstyles replacing prom updo’s with ’100 bobby pins’
By AMY LAWSON Norwich Bulletin
Jessica Bonosconi isn’t sure exactly what she’ll do with her hair on prom night, but she knows one thing — it won’t be a prom updo.
“You end up with 100 bobby pins in your hair, and tons of hairspray,” Bonosconi said. At 17, she’s prepping for her senior prom at Norwich Free Academy. “Your eyes end up all pulled back and you can’t move your head. It’s horrible.”
In past years, prom updo’s have been the most popular hairstyle for teens headed to prom. This year, though, it seems girls are opting for more relaxed hairstyles.
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