Dance Styles are advanced feedback given after the player dances to a song. It reflects towards the way that the player dances. They are seen from Just Dance 3 onward untilJust Dance 2015. Many songs' dance quests require one of the dance styles. The booklets for the games have descriptions for them.
Just Dance 4 adds several new dance styles and removes the "lazy" dance style. Many of the JD2014 dance styles are the same as the previous game.
Description: Not only are you precise, but your moves are powerful!
How to get: 4-5 stars, moving vigorously. It is relatively easier to get with the Xbox Kinect compared with the other consoles.
Description: Your moves are delicately accurate!
How to get: 3-5 stars, moving slower.
Description: You don't really mind following the choreography, and you give everything you've got.
How to get: Same as energetic, but the player must have 2 stars or less.
Description: You are free and graceful, like a little bird dancing.
How to get: Achieve 2 stars or less. Getting a score of 0 will also result on this.
Description: You scored big at the start of the song, less at the end...
How to get: Goods and Perfects at the first half of the song, OK's and X's at the last half. Getting some OK's at the beginning and X's at the rest is another way.
Description: Beginning was difficult, but you scored much better in the end!
How to get: X's and OK's at the first half of the song, Good's and Perfects at the last half. (Another way would be that if the song ends with a gold move and getting it correct, or starting off with X's and getting some OK's at the last part).
Description: You and another player pass the same moves, and fail the same moves...
How to get: 2 players get the same amount of stars and get similar score results.
Note that this feature was removed in the August 2017 update.
On Just Dance Now, there are only four dance styles, Energetic, Smooth, Cute, and Wild. Since Just Dance Now does not come with a booklet, there are no descriptions. Each dance style has a special icon. Below are the icons to each dance style: