Whether you’re a guest, part of the bridal party, or the bride-to-be herself, Cutler/Redken stylist Micki Charles has an effortlessly chic hairstyle perfectly fit for your nuptial needs.
You want to look like the most beautiful version of yourself on your wedding day, so up the glamour on your signature look. I like to suggest wearing your hair down on your special day, while adding major volume and texture for a very romantic look.
Step 1: Start off with damp hair and apply a product that tames frizz and adds control. I like Redken’s Velvet Gelatin 07 because it creates a pillowy soft texture to boot.
Step 2: Section and blow dry your hair with a large round brush, focusing on the roots to add volume. After blow drying use a large curling iron to refine the curl. PRO TIP – Make sure to curl the front sections away from your face!
Step 3: Spray with a light hold hairspray – I like Redken’s Fashion Works 12.
Stept 4: Use a Mason Pearson to brush through the curls. This step is important to soften the curls and add that major glam factor.
If you are part of a wedding party or even just a guest, opt for braids and buns for an easy, elegant look. Plus, these up-do’s will help keep you cool in the warmer temps – #hellodancefloor!
Step 1: Start by washing your hair the night before – PRO TIP: A little bit of natural oils goes a long way for any up-do.
Step 2: Dampen your hair with a spray bottle (be careful not to make it too wet) and apply a light mouse from roots to ends – I LOVE Redken’s Full Frame 07.
Step 3: For a more put together look, blow dry with a round bush to achieve a smooth, shiny finish OR rough dry with fingers to get that “textured” appearance.
Step 4: Create a clean part – either in the center for a stronger look or to the side for something softer.
Step 5: Section your hair into thirds, one section on either side of the part and one section in the back.
Step 6: On each side of the part create a braids. Then create two more braids at the nape of the neck.
Step 7: Twist the two braids at the nape into a bun to secure onto the head with French or bobby pins. Wrap the two smaller braids at the part around the head and secure into the braided bun.
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Which wedding hair trend will you give a try?
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