Easy Wedding Hair Tutorial | 3 Bridal Hairstyles

Wedding days are stressful enough without having to additionally stress about how your hair is going to look or hold up. I want to share with you 3 easy-to-learn bridal hairstyles that will look amazing and last all day so that you can quit stressing about your wedding hair.

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Here is a written step by step process of how to create these three different bridal hairstyles.

• Tip: Leave your hair a little bit dirty. It will help your style hold a lot better.
• Use dry shampoo. Part your hair off and apply dry shampoo to your hair.
• Massage the dry shampoo into your scalp to distribute evenly.
• Put some waves into your hair to give more texture and help your hair to look thicker.
• Step by step tutorial on how Josie Curls her Hair: https://youtu.be/gSU_OxZHOnA
• Apply texture spray throughout your hair. It will help the style hold and your curls stay more defined throughout the day.
• Run your fingers through your hair to loosen your waves.
• Tease the crown of your head. It makes a huge difference in a wedding style.
• Take a small section of hair in the crown area and back comb it.
• Also tease both sides of your head by sectioning off your hair and back combing it.
• Lightly brush over it to smooth it all out and give shape.
• Use a bridal accessory or hairpin for this next step.
• Pull the right side of your hair up and leave a small amount down to cover your ear.
• Tip: Whichever side your part on, you want to pull up the side that has less hair. This will help your hair look very full.

• Pull out the hair around your face to soften the style.
• Take a small section behind your bangs, split into three and start doing a French braid.
• As soon as you get two inches above your ear, stop pulling hair into the braid and just braid the remainder all the way down. Use a bobby pin to secure.
• Repeat this braid to the other side of your hair.
• Create a bump by gathering a small amount around the crown of your head, pull tiny sections to make it look a little fuller, and secure with a hairpin.
• Continue pulling small sections to give more body to your hair
• Spray texture spray on your braids and pancake the French braids to make them look fuller. Be careful to retain the correct shape while accomplishing this.
• Do not be afraid to pull on it quite a bit. The looser your braid, the fuller and softer it will look.
• Bring your braids around to the back of your head and push the hairpin for the braid into the hairpins of your small hair bump you have already created.
• Spray with hairspray and smooth out any flyaways.
• This is a great hairstyle to wear a hair accessory with or pin your vail right into the crown.

• Gather your hair near the nape of your neck; pull small amounts to give dimension and body, and secure with an elastic band.
• On the last pull through the elastic, only pull halfway through, wrap excess hair around the bun and tuck into the band.
• Create a small hole right above the elastic and tuck your hair through it.
• It may require a bit of pushing and tucking but you can do it.
• Now that you have loosened, take a bobby pin and pin your hair so that it covers the hole that you tucked your hair into.
• Bridal accessory or bridal veil can be pinned right above the bun.
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