Give these gorgeous beauty queen-approved hairstyles a try! It shouldn’t come as a surprise when we say that a queen’s hair completes her entire opulent ensemble. Behind a queen’s smile is a set of healthy, well-maintained cinches that is always ready to be nominated into a regal and grandiose’ do. And with the Miss Universe Philippines 2022 coronation presto approaching, we can take our rearmost haircut cues from our pageant queens themselves. Whether you’re looking for a low- conservation haircut for a subtle change or an elegant updo, these queens have your reverse.
Channel your inner beauty queen with these chic hairstyles as seen on our Miss Universe Philippines candidates:
1. Miss Paranaque Ingrid Santamaria: Sleek high ponytail
You can not go wrong with a high ponytail for a satiny look that only requires minimum outfit and introductory ways. Paranaque’s Ingrid Santamaria looks so elegant in it, too, with the look emphasizing her face shape and features as the rest of the hair cascades down her shoulder.
Cock Applying heat to your hair (with an iron or hair tippler) will get your cinches to cooperate and fluently achieve this polished style.
2. Miss Cavite Victoria Velasquez Vincent: Crown braid and side fringe
This jubilee-good haircut is giving us kingliness, and fairly core vibes and we love how flattering it looks on Cavite’s bet, Victoria Vincent. ICYDK, the crown plat is a type of French plat placed just above the forepart, suggesting a laurel or halo. The look might feel a little daunting at first, but a friendly tool called a rat tail comb can ease the styling process!
3. Miss Cebu Province Steffi Aberasturi: Loose bun
A loose chignon is an ultramodern, more relaxed nod to your typical beauty queen bun. It looks absolutely stunning with Steffi Aberasturi’s entire sophisticated ensemble, and if you want to give it a pass, a teasing comb and a bunch of bull legs are each you will need to perfect it!
4. Miss Pangasinan Maureen Wroblewitz: Finger waves
In a recent photoshoot with Josh Tolentino, the Pangasinan queen embodied the 1920s with this classic cutlet surge look. Stylish worn to a fancy or formal event, you might need a pro to bobby this hairspray-and gel-heavy look, but the lustrous, old-Hollywood result would surely be worth it!
5. Miss Antique Noelyn Campos: Wet hair with sculpted edges
The wet hair look is a celebrity go-to for the red carpet because it’s so easy to pull off. Antique’s Noelyn Campos was suitable to elevate the haircut with adeptly- nominated baby hair on her hairline, which added faculty to her overall look. As you can tell, this haircut will bear a generous quantum of holding gel to pull off. This will forcefully hold your baby hairs in place while keeping it lustrous for that” wet” vision.
6. Miss Taguig City Katrina Dimaranan: Hollywood glam waves
Many hairstyles can contend with the dateless glamour of Hollywood swells. These antique ringlets are frequently the hand look for numerous red carpet events, but Katrina Dimaranan proves that it looks gorgeous with a pruned-down look, too. However, it can fluently be achieved by using a heat protectant, or an entwining iron, If you are copping it on yourself.
Tip: Part your hair to one side and make sure to curl everything away from the face so that the waves frame your facial features better!
7. Miss Pasig City Princess Kristha Singh: Vibrant head wrap
Head scarves are hardly a new trend but are great for guarding the hair against harsh rainfall and pollution. Achieve Princess Kristha Singh’s look by placing the center of the scarf at the reverse of your head and pulling the two ends up towards the crown. Tie the ends into a double knot and tuck the redundant underneath, and voilà — just like the Pasig representative, you will have a gorgeous’ do that requires zero heavy stylings.
8. Miss Negros Oriental Grace Vendiola: Mid-length bob
Mid-length bouquets will no way go out of style because away from being easy to manage, it also helps enhance any face shape! To upgrade this low conservation’ do, take cues from our Negros Oriental queen Grace Vendiola and blow dry your hair with a round encounter from root to tip for the further body!
9. Miss Manila Jasmine Umali: Sleek top knot
The top knot is a fave of Manila’s Jasmine Umali for a quick and easy haircut that’ll keep you looking fresh all day. For a satiny and put-together look, tie your hair up into a ponytail and apply a strong hold gel or hairspray to keep baby hairs at bay. Wrap the ponytail around the hair tie and secure it with bull legs so it holds all throughout your coming selfie sesh!
10. Miss San Juan City Ayn Bernos: Loose beach waves
Loose beachy swells look amazing on nearly anyone, especially Ayn Bernos of San Juan City. These celebrity-favorite style ringlets can be achieved by using a big barreled curling iron, hair straightener, or indeed by just leaving hair in a bun overnight!
Tip: Complete the laidback look by spraying and scrunching your locks with sea salt spray as the finishing touch.