1. The Waterfall Braid
Flowers, and particularly babysbreath, are a gorgeously pretty addition to any wedding hairstyle. The best style for delicate blooms is the Waterfall Braid, as the braid is easy to anchor flowers in, while the loose hair disguises any loose stems. This braid can be tricky to do yourself, but pop by the beauty bar and our stylists will do you a perfect one in thirty minutes or less!
2. The French Braided Headband
Not only does this braid work great with a veil, it also stops hair from blowing into your face at inopportune moments! To create this look, make a deep side part and separate the longer front section of hair you want to braid. Next, rub fingers with a little Redken Braid Aid (this makes it easier to braid and holds your style in place) and take a small piece of hair from near the parting. Then, divide this section into three smaller sections and start to braid, adding hair to each section as you go. Once you’ve reached your ear, tie off the braid and pin the end under the rest of your hair.
3. The 70s Boho Look
4. The Updated Tuck
5. The Messy Updo
The ultimate modern updo, this look is all about volume and lots of backcombing! For the ultimate in edgy texture, use Redken’s Quick Tease before backcombing.
6. The Romantic Floral
For ultra-romantic wedding hair, create a messier version of the above gibson tuck, and add a floral accessory.
7. The Embellished Doughnut
A super sleek look, use Davines Oi Oil to smooth flyaways and add loads of shine. Then take a hair doughnut, pull hair though the centre hole, and pin it around the doughnut to create you bun. finish by clipping a jewel accessory at the base of the bun.
8. The Classic Blowout
Sometimes, nothing beats a classic bouncy blowout. Our Luxe Blow is just the blowdry for the job. Book into our beauty bar or do it yourself with our handy tutorial.
9. The Side Sweep Updo
Keeping this vintage look soft, with a little texture, is the key to not looking like you’re playing dress-up. Curl hair with ghd Soft Curl Tong, keeping the wand hoizontal, rather than vertical as you curl. Then pin hair to one side, brush through your waves to soften them, before rolling up the ends of the hair and pinning underneath.
10. The Low Pony
Simple and chic, the low pony was all over the runways this season, and makes for a gorgeous understated bridal look. Use Elixer Ultime to smooth down flyways are the roots and mid-lengths, then spray the ends with Tecni Art Volume Pli for a thicker ponytail.
11. The Embellished Updo
Bring an updo to the next level by dotting it all over with jewel hairpins. Our top tip is to spray each pin with hairspray before securing it in the hair – this will give it extra grip.
If you don’t fancy styling your own hair ,let blowLTD do the job for you! With their new wedding service they can takes the stress out of bridal beauty, can create flawless Hen Do and wedding day beauty looks for you and your whole bridal party, guaranteed to stay that way all day. Make sure you pay them a visit this Autumn 25-27th September at London Olympia Stand E80