Last month I had the pleasure of doing Kate Walsh’s hair for the launch of her Billionaire Boyfriend fragrance at the Hotel Wilshire. She wanted loose beach-y waves, so I used my go-to, use on everyone for everything product: PRIVE´finishing texture spray. To replicate, coat each section before curling, and then add an overall blast at the end. Rake your fingers through the waves and scrunch to rough it up a bit and imperfect the style.
I did this beautiful bride’s hair for her wedding that was featured in the latest issue of C Magazine. I also did her hair for the rehearsal dinner that I’m including an image of. Cinnabun on top, blue Louboutins on the bottom. A winning combination…
Give the phenomenal photographer Gia Canali’s website a look-see.
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Weave this mermaid-chic style into your hair repertoire for an effortless twist on the braid. Whether your day calls for beach bunny or bridesmaid, interlace your strands into this side plait to unearth your inner goddess.
More baroque than the top-knot, yet bantam to the bee-hive, behold the cinna-bun. I recently did this sweet style on a bride for her rehearsal dinner. Paired with a white sequin mini dress and Louboutins, the ‘do was the icing on top. This confection works well for a more casual fete as well and is a simple DYI to save some dough. Pull your hair into a high pony, back comb the tail, and you’re ready to roll!
The half up/half down style has been the most requested ‘do by brides as of late. The best of both worlds, here are my 2 tips for pulling off this style:
~If you’re hair is on the finer side, try some clip in extension pieces at the bottom for a fuller look.
~Volume at the crown is always flattering and gives a more formal look. That being said, don’t go overboard on your wedding day if you’re going for a timeless look.