Have you ever thought Miley Cyrus’ “Can’t be Tamed” may actually be about your hair? If so, we are in the same boat.
With so many things to do before the wedding, getting your hair done may be low on the list. But these easy DIY hairstyles will help you take a load off and make you feel beautiful.
Romantic Half Up
- Loosely curl you hair and spray with a salt spray for texture.
- Tease the crown of your hair for some volume.
- Take a section from the front right of your hair, twist, and pin to the opposite side on the back.
- Take a section from the front left of your hair, twist, cross it over the previous section then pin.
- Repeat steps 3 and 4 alternating sides until all of the front of your hair is pulled back.
- Pull out and loosen some pieces to create a romantic look.
- This is another one where you want to start with texturized hair, do some loose curls or add some salt spray.
- Section hair into three parts, make each into a ponytail with a clear elastic band (or whatever you prefer).
- Braid each section and add another elastic to the end of it, then loosen and backcomb them to create more full braids.
- Start twisting each braid up and over the elastic from step 2 and pin to hold in place.
- Do that with all 3 braids then pull to fill in any empty spaces and add hairspray if desired.
Tucked Braid with Loose Curls
- Start by adding some texturizing spray and curling your hair section by section away from your face
- Section off the front of your hair on the smaller side of your part, ending at the back of your ear
- French braid the section by putting the pieces under each other, braid until you have no more hair in the section to add and finish with a normal braid
- Pull on the sides of the braid while holding it taut to create a lived in look
- Tuck the braid behind your ear and and secure to piece of your hair near the bottom of your head with an elastic
Hair Enhancing Tips
- Ask your stylist how to accessorize with flowers, headbands or jewelry.
- Use a good texturizing spray or dry shampoo.
- Confidence is key. Strut your stuff down the aisle.
—written by: Madeline Brubaker