Pop Sugar followed my 100 days of hair challenge and asked me to do another challenge for them. Since it's wedding season, they wanted me to create 8 completely different themed bridal looks on myself! I took on the challenge and included a how to for these very versatile looks that any bride can achieve! Click here to see all the styles and to learn how you can do them yourself.
Braided crowns are sure to dazzle, and Anna Chulmsky looked striking at the premier of Veep! With a royally inspired up-do like this, you are sure to turn heads at any event, big or small.
For more on how to get the full look, check out Glamour.com.
Here are some of my tips on how to get this look:
1. Brush hair out with the On Set Styling Brush to detangle all the hair.
2. Start in the lower back right of the hair and section out a clean semi-circle up. Hold remaining hair away with the Darby Clip.
3. French braid by taking three pieces and going right over middle left over middle, while adding pieces from the root. Continue to French braid along the hairline all the way around to the other ear. Release the clip when you get to the hairline to add that hair in.
4. Once all the hair is in the French braid, apply Aussie's Miraculously Smooth Tizz No Frizz Gel to the ends to make sure all the layers get in the braid. Wrap the tail end of the braid around to follow the braid and tuck it under. Secure with hair pins.
Not many people like going to 'the doctor's office,' but it is a blast when you get to spend the day with The Doctors! On the show, I showed the Doctors how to make your thin hair look fat. If you want add volume without using extensions or paying salon prices, use these three hair hacks. These tricks will be sure to give you voluminous hair in no time!
If you love to wear your hair in a ponytail but it's been lacking the fullness, your solution is:
You'll be sure to turn heads with this braided hair style! It's the perfect look for the upcoming music festival season and is so quick and easy to do on yourself.
Step 1: Using a comb, part hair so there is an even one inch section in the center of your head.
Step 2: Starting from the back of the head, do an inverted french braid until you reach the front.
Step 3: Separate the section of hair in the front into two sections. Braid each side and pin behind hair.
Step 1: Separate hair into two even sections.
Step 2: Tie hair together through a standard knot.
Step 3: Repeat knot pattern.
Step 4: Tie with a clear elastic.
Finding your perfect wedding hairstyle can be tough for any bride. Having short hair should never stand in the way of achieving the bridal look you've always wanted. I was happy to share my ideas with Martha Stewart Bridal on transforming short locks into gorgeous bride ready looks! Click here to see step by step how to achieve these wedding day styles!
Finding your perfect Wedding hairstyle can be tough. I was happy to share my step-by-step ideas on transforming long locks into gorgeous bride ready looks! Read the how-tos below and be sure to check out Martha Stewart Weddings for the rest of the story!
5 Strand Fishtail Braid
Step 1: Divide hair into five even sections.
Step 2: Fish tail braid* each individual section.
Step 3: Once all sections are complete, five strand braid* them together and secure with an elastic.
Step 1: Part hair into two sections.
Step 2: Pull skinny strand from left section.
Step 3: Cross that strand to right section.
Step 4: Pull skinny strand from right section.
Step 5: Cross that strand to left section.
Step 6: Repeat this crisscross pattern pulling strands from opposite side.
*Five Strand Braid
Step 1: Divide hair into 5 sections.
Step 2: Pull outer most strand on left side over the strand next to it and under middle strand becoming the new middle strand.
Step 3: Pull outer most strand on right over the strand next to it and under the middle strand becoming the new middle strand.
Step 4: Repeat this motion alternating sides.