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Ideal for the bride who loves bold colors and statement hair, this look is a literal interpretation of “something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue”.
Section from the back of each ear to the top of the crown and clip out of the way. With the rest of the hair, form a ponytail at the base of the crown by the occipital bone. Secure a hair cushion under the ponytail and fan the hair out over the surface, applying Working Spray as you go. Bobby pin the ends of the hair and fold under around the cushion, pinning the hair underneath.
Part the front into two sections. Spray both sections with Working Spray, then take a 1 inch curling iron and curl each section. Create 4 subsections, bringing each section across to the other side of the head while making a wave shape in the hair. Pin hair in place.
Carefully and patiently sculpt your swirls and waves with the end of your tail comb, applying Working Spray as you go. Continue with each subsection, doing one side at a time. Finish with Max Hold Spray, cleaning and fine tuning the look.
Ideal for the bride who likes a modern, yet romantic and classy updo that is as clean as it is sleek. This updo is fashioned with a series of ponytails that are looped and fanned out to mimic a flower in the hair. Paired with decorative hair accessories, the look is elegant and refined.
Split the hair into 3 ponytails. The first at the crown, the second at the middle back of the head on top of the occipital bone, and the third on the bottom of occipital bone just above the nape.
Take the first ponytail and break into 4 to 5 subsections (depending on thickness of hair). Loop the hair section through the bottom of the ponytail between the elastic and scalp. Pull hair through the loop and then loop through the ponytail.
Fan the hair out to the desired look and then pin in place. Use Working Spray to to tame and compose any loose hairs in each loop. Repeat for all subsections, creating a flower look with the 4 to 5 subsection in each ponytail. Repeat steps 2 through 4 for the other 2 ponytails.