Top 10 Greek Goddess Hairstyles That Will Make You Look Like A Goddess

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The Greek goddesses are not just known for their power, but also for their unparalleled beauty. This is why Greek goddess hairstyles are well loved by women even today. If you want to feel like a goddess, you may try any of these styles on your hair. They are perfect for special occasions, date, formal gathering or just anytime you would like to look your best.

10. Loose Greek Goddess Hairstyle

Loose Greek Goddess Hairstyle

This hairstyle is appropriate both for formal and casual occasions. This means that you can wear it with an evening gown or just your regular outwear. You don’t have to wait for a formal event or a special occasion to come to look like a goddess as you can do it now. This is for those who have long hair. It should have volume but you should still maintain its sleekness to make it look classy. Create soft big curls only on both sides of the hair and let the ends flip back. Another option is to slightly curl only the tip of the hair and also flipping it back.

9. Greek Goddess Loose Updo

Greek Goddess Loose Updo

If you are not comfortable letting your hair hang loose or you would like to try wearing your hair up, one of the styles that you can try is the Greek goddess loose updo. Create medium curls on your hair, loosely push it to the back and secure with an elastic or hair pin. You may also make it into a bun. Don’t worry if it doesn’t look sleek as this is how the style should look like. You may also let some of the strands fall on your face. This adds to the sexiness of the hairstyle.

8. Greek Goddess Curly Updo

Greek Goddess Curly Updo

If you would like a more intricate and dramatic hairstyle, try the Greek goddess curly updo. Instead of creating soft and big curls, the curls on this style should be tighter, smaller and well defined. A thinner curling iron must be used to achieve this hairstyle. Like the loose updo, you may push it back and secure with an elastic or a pin. As mentioned, it should be tighter, though you may still let a few strands fall on your face. But if you want a sleeker feel, then pull back all the strands.

7. Braided Hairstyle

Braided Hairstyle

Braid is one of the trademarks of Greek goddess hairstyles. There are different ways on how you can play with this style. The good thing about this is that it can be playful, casual, romantic or sophisticated depending on the type of braid, as well as the clothes you wear. A braided hairstyle is one of the most versatile hairstyles as this can be worn by kids, teens and adults. This is also appropriate for formal and casual events, as well as for day to day life. One of the braid styles that you may try is the braided updo. Braid one side of the hair or both sides up to back and secure using an elastic or hair pins. Another way is to braid one or both sides of the hair and secure half of it at the back while letting half of the hair loose. Add some soft curls on the loose part of the hair. If you have a long hair, you may curl only the bottom part or the whole part.

6. Greek Updo with Tiara

Greek Updo with Tiara

You may glam up your Greek updo and make it more goddess like by wearing a tiara. There are different styles that you can choose from. Some are designed with sequins and rhinestones. Others have various embellishments made from gems and other items. Consider the size of the tiara. You want it to add beauty to your hairstyle but you do not want it to overpower your whole look. Look for something that would complement your style. Avoid a huge tiara as this will get all the attention. Aside from tiaras, you may also use other hair pieces that will add to the greek goddess look like hair accessories with flower designs. This style is more appropriate for formal occasions.

5. Half Updo

Greek Updo with Tiara

Whether you have thin, thick, straight or curly hair, you can look good on this hairstyle. If you have thin and straight hair, it is best to use some hair products like styling mousse to make it easier to do the styling. You will also need some hair pins for securing part of the hair. You may create some big curls to add volume if you have straight hair. One way of styling a half updo is gathering half of the hair at the back and securing it in a bun or simply securing with a pin. Another way is to twist both sides of the hair and let them meet at back, while still letting the half part of the hair loose. Secure the twisted sides with a pin. For the loose part, you can either make several small braids or create one braid, letting it hang on one side of your shoulders. If you have curly hair, you can also leave the loose part as is. If you have straight hair, curling the loose part is another option.

4. Milkmaid Braid

Milkmaid Braid

This is one of the classic Greek goddess styles of hair. This type of style would be perfect for formal events. In this hairstyle, the braids run on the top front part going around the head, making it look like a crown. Divide your hair into two sides and secure them into a ponytail. Start braiding one part starting in front going to the back. Do this on the other side as well. Once done with braiding, wrap the braid on both sides of the head and put the tip under the braided part of the hair. Secure it with a pin.

3. Hera Hairstyle

Hera Hairstyle

This hairstyle require very tight curls, which you can create using a thin iron. Once done with curling, you can pull back the hair and secure it using a pin, while letting some strands fall at the back. Another Hera hairstyle is securing both sides of curled hair up to the upper part of the ear. The loose part could then be put together into a bun.

2. Aphrodite Hairstyle

Aphrodite Hairstyle

This is like the loose goddess hairstyle. But if you want the style to be specifically Aphrodite-like, loose waves should be created using big rollers. Let both sides of the hair hang loose on your shoulder and chest area.

1. Artemis Hairstyle

Artemis Hairstyle

This is a simple hairstyle that would still make you look like a goddess. For this style, you need make your hair wavy. Once done, pull it up to your temple and secure it in a bun. You may also let some strands fall on your neck and face area. If you want, you can add a hair piece that resembled that of Artemis’s.

These Greek goddess hairstyles will enhance your natural beauty and bring out the goddess in you. Wow everyone with these easy to do and fabulous styles that you can wear on formal and casual occasions.


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