How are you going to deal with your hair? After choosing your wedding dress, this is the next big, terrible question for every prospective bride. One of my friends went to at least 10 different hairdressers to experiment with different looks at her Found a style before she really fell in love. I knew a lot of brides Pintrested endlessly trying to find the final appearance of the night. These days there are many places to get inspired by this can be overwhelming. Now the bride’s hair is big Is more relaxed, the kind of Bohemian style dress. Think Poppy Delevingne 70 wrinkled wave of Moroccan legs her wedding, or Kate Moss in her peacock print dress, easy to long lock.
Sometimes the simplest thing before you start is looking at home for your face in front of the mirror. It saves time and, more importantly, the money and gives you something even if you bring professional help.
We got the celebrity hair stylist Andrea Lewis to give a step-by-step guide, the beautiful kind of bohemian-style bride’s braids.
1. Section your hair and add setting spray as you go across the layer to prep the hair.
2. Tong each section with a medium barrel tong, going in alternate directions for every new section.
3. Once the curls have cooled, shake them out with your fingers to separate. DON’T brush them as they will frizz like crazy.
4. Part the hair in the centre and start on one side. Take 3 small pieces of hair to start the french plait at the front of the head. Drop one piece at the bottom every third strand you cross over. Continue this plaiting method to the back of the head and then continue in a normal plait down to the ends of the hair. Tie off with clear elastic band.
5. Repeat on the other side and tie the two ends together and the back.
6. Spray all over with a texturising spray to keep the curls big and bouncy.
7. Get some fresh Baby’s Breath flowers and cut off into small pieces that can be popped into the plait and elastic band.