Hawaiian hairstyles are typical hairstyles that a summer of a tropical beach can offer. Free, loose and decorated with flowers is the main say just as the natives there. Hawaiian hair texture ranges from thin wavy to thick wavy hair and occasionally straight. People love to flaunt their hair on beaches having them decorated with different hair accessories. The most famous hairstyle is the crimped hair look. In this hair is made crimped like having thin loose waves and a flower is attached on its side. Many flowers can be used but the Hawaiians prefer the big and broad ones. Rose, Hibiscus, ginger, Tuberose, Plumeria, Gardenias etc are the favourite flowers, the hibiscus being the national flower. But before going onto the sun, apply some sun protecting lotion onto the hair too because too much sun leave your hair lifeless and dry. Flowers are a staple part of Hawaiian culture. Tucking a single flower behind your ear means you are single. A crown of flowers worn around the head is called as ’haku lei’ which is also called as the bridal veil. Hawaiian hair styles also comprise of buns and updos. Updos are most common during wedding certainly adorned with flowers more than crystals and buns help in being comfortable in the hot weather.
Wassup new: Nowadays colored hair is common in Hawaii and people flaunt their differently colored hair on the beaches. No doubt Hawaii is a beautiful colorful place and it reflects on the hairstyle as well.