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Bridal hair au naturel


By IMAGE
03rd Feb 2015
Bridal hair au naturel

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The coolest brides are embracing their tresses

As much as we love dreaming about dresses, there’s nothing we enjoy more than fawning over the folically-blessed. And yet, preparing for perfect wedding tresses doesn’t get nearly enough attention. Consider the volume of brides you know who loved their wedding day but hated their hair. And how easily that could have been solved if that bride had just listened to her lifetime of hair experience. Our mane (sorry, main) tip for brides-to-be is not to stray too far from the styles they are used to. If you’re self-conscious about your chipmunk cheeks, your wedding is definitely not the time to experiment with severe up-dos. Just keep your style simple, perhaps adding fresh flowers, rather than mounds of unnecessary volume. Doing regular hair treatments is an essential part of your bridal beauty countdown. Well-conditioned hair worn in its natural, loose state is possibly one of the most beautiful ways a no-frills bride can crown her glory.

For more hairspiration keep an eye on our Pinterest boards and pick up a copy of the BASH Annual, on shelves and online here

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