Beauty experts have advised brides-to-be to skip the hair dryer and curling iron and switch to no-heat hairstyles while getting ready for their big day.
Rod Anker, Creative Director of Monsoon Salon and Spa and Vogue’s Colorist of the Year, said that for the sangeet and ring ceremony, hair can be let loose. Also waves and loose buns bring out your hair’s natural texture and give a totally natural look, he said. After taking a shower towel dry your hair and part it where you like it and if your curls tend to loosen out quickly, lightly run some styling foam or mousse through it, Anker explained.[ad name=”HTML-1″]
Monsoon Salon does rehearsals on bridal hairdos before executing the look on D-day. For instantly glamorizing your look with curls, begin by twisting your hair away from your face and every few minutes twist your hair away from your face in a wringing motion and continue twisting until hair dries, Anker added. A ‘doughnut bun’ is another hairstyle, which if piled right on top of your head gives the illusion of height, that is very in this season.[ad name=”HTML-1″]
You can get a doughnut ruffle from any accessory store. To do the style, simply thread the ponytail through this and wrap your hair around the doughnut creatively and accessorize with flowers, Ambika Pillai suggested.[ad name=”HTML-1″]