If there’s one style that still continues to rule the fashion scene despite several declarations of it being outdated, is Off-the-Shoulder. But wearing this trend requires putting in a bit of effort into styling your hair and the entire outfit. Considering off-shoulders give us a chance to show off those sexy shoulders and collarbones, deciding what hairstyle will look the best on it can be confusing. So here is a quick and easy guide to understand what kind of hairstyles you could try wearing with an off-shoulder outfit.
- Messy Top Bun: A messy bun is a good hairstyle idea for any kind of outfit and when you pair it with an off-the-shoulder, it instantly enhances your entire look. It shifts focus to the parts that are showing off carefree, as well as shows off your face cleanly. Make sure you leave a few strands falling on the sides of your face.
- Half Bun/Half Top-Knot: This hairstyle is super easy and takes barely any time to create. You just take the top section of your hair and tie it up roughly, making it look messy. Leave the bottom hair open, loose on your shoulders. This will help shift focus to your face and torso. Also enhances your collarbone and the little bit of shoulder show off adds mystery.
- Slick Back/Sleek Hair: Wearing your hair down in a way that manages to still show-off those sexy collarbones and shoulders can be a challenge. The two ways of wearing this hair are slick back and a sleek style. For a slick back hairstyle, all you need to do is comb your hair back, untangle all the hair and keep combing until it is slick and straight. Now use a hairspray all over your hair to make it stay that way. Make sure you keep all your hair behind your shoulders. For a sleek hairstyle, you need to deep-part your hair in the middle and comb out all the tangles, until your hair is straight and sleek. Apply hairspray all over your hair and push all the hair behind your shoulders. With these hairstyles, the focus instantly shifts to your face and collarbones.
- Front braids: For this hairstyle, you need to part your hair in the middle. Start braiding a small section of your hair right above your forehead. Start for the middle partition and go toward either side, braid up to 2 inches and tuck the braid inward and pin it. Leave the rest of your hair open and leave one side of it on your shoulder and the other side behind the shoulder.