The Redken master artist shares tips, products, and styling tutorials to help you achieve gorgeous holiday-ready hair.
While perfecting your outfit and makeup look is essential for your holiday ensemble, we at Hair.com know that it’s all about the hair. Your holiday hairstyle has the power to tie your entire look together, so whether you’re headed to a glamorous holiday party, a dinner with family, or a celebration to watch the ball drop at midnight, you’ll want to make sure your mane is on-point.
Need holiday hair inspiration? We’ve enlisted the help of Ruth Roche, celebrity stylist and Redken master artist, to share her top tricks and tips for achieving the best holiday hairstyles. Read on to discover two of Roche’s go-to holiday hairstyles and the products she swears by for creating serious holiday glam.
Holiday Hairstyle 1: Low Chignon
This elegant hairstyle is easier to create than it looks. Watch the video below to see Roche demonstrate how to create a low chignon for your next holiday party.
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Holiday Hairstyle 2: Soft Glam Waves
Glam waves are a classic holiday hairstyle—and Roche demonstrates exactly how to achieve the look step-by-step with a few of her go-to Redken products in the video below.
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Q: What are the top characteristics that make up the perfect holiday hairstyles?
RR: “A little glam is a must! Shine, shine, and more shine.”
Q: What is your all-time favorite holiday hairstyle and why?
RR: “I love classic Hollywood waves with a deep side part, especially on bobs. Even a classic chignon with some bling like a sparkly hair accessory. It's not trying too hard, but it's so pretty.”
Q: What are your favorite hair products to treat yourself to during the holiday season?
RR: “Redken’s Oil for All adds shine to any style. My favorite is to layer it with other stylers like Guts 10 and Big Blowout for shine and hold. Finish with a strong hold spray like Triple Take 32.”
Q: What’s one hair product that you use no matter what hairstyle you’re creating?
RR: “Redken Oil for All!”
Q: What’s your favorite holiday tradition?
RR: “Baking Christmas cookies for my dad!”