Runway Looks When You Walk Down the Aisle

Brides are always beautiful; there is no doubt about it. And they can even be more beautiful when they have the right hair on their wedding day. Here are some up do from hair stylist Lizzie Liros (www.lizzieliros.com) and make up from make-up artist Ann Hassarati. Photos by Dario Gardiman.

Runway Hair for Brides (1)Look 1

Step 1 Prepare hair by spraying with White Sands Undercover Blow-Waving Lotion. Dry hair upside down to give maximum root life.

Step 2 Whilst head is upside down, tease entire head of hair as much as possible.

Step 3 After teasing and whilst still upside down, place an elastic on the ends of the hair to create what looks like a little pony. Ensure the front section of hair is pulled directly back away from the face.

Step 4 Flip head upright so that the ponytail now looks like a cone.

Step 5 Tuck the ends of the ponytail back into the body of the hair to hide the elastic and drop the hair to the side. The style will looks like its falling out, this is the desired effect.

TIP: The teasing is what is holding the style together and given its fullness.

Step 6 Lightly position any loose hair around the front of the face into place and finish with a light spray of White Sands Infinity Hair Spray to hold style in place.

Runway Hair for Brides (2)Look 2

Step 1 Create a clean straight right hand side part on clean dry hair.

Step 2 Section hair in 1-inch sections, spraying with White Sands Infinity Hair Spray before styling.

Step 3 Using medium size hot rollers, curl one section of hair at a time, winding the hair on a 90-degree angle.

Step 4 Allow the hair to cool for 20 minutes before styling.

Step 5 Using an afro comb, gently brush the hair on a downward stroke until curls are blended to soft waves.

Step 6 Sweep hair to right hand side creating a soft low ponytail and secure into place. Ensure hair at front fringe area is left free.

Step 7 Smooth fly-aways and add shine with White Sands Smudge.

Step 8 Lightly finger tease the ends of the hair to add texture to finished style.

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