Boho bridal never goes out of style, probably because it’s a relaxed approach to getting dressed up which allows a bride to feel more comfortable and at ease, yet beautiful.
Cindy Duplantis, Sam Villa Ambassador, Redken Artist and Celebrity Stylist for Chatters Salon @cindyduplantis, devoted an entire class to the simplicity of the Boho Bridal style, working with natural texture and flowers showcasing multiple looks – see it here.
“I have curly hair, so I know how fun it can be to dress up natural texture! For more formal affairs such as weddings, I like to enhance the curl on my guests first before styling to really make it shine,” says Duplantis.
How To: Boho Bridal
- On curly hair, begin in the back of the head, loosely make three vertical sections (ear to ear) with a Sam Villa Signature Series Tail Comb; while being careful not to frizz up curls.
- Starting in the middle section, gather and twist hair upwards and secure at the top with bobby pins, leaving hair on top of the head. Repeat on the left and right sections.
- Take sections on the sides in front of the ears and pin up at the top of the hairline.
- With the loose curl on top, pin down to secure and hide any bobby pins that may be showing.
- Pin down to cover the top of the head and secure, creating as much volume as desired. Use a Sam Villa Artist Series Finishing Brush to tease a few pieces of hair to create more volume.
- To make faux bangs, take the curls and find the desired length by holding them against the forehead and pinning down the excess. Hide these parts from the back or sides of the curls.
“This look is quick and easy for naturally curly hair, and by adding other hair accessories, you can either keep it in the boho vibe or make it more glamorous,” she adds.
Credit: Chatters Hair Model – Summer Look Campaign
Sam Villa is Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of the Sam Villa Company (Allvus, LLC), a leading education and styling tool company for the professional hair industry. He is also Global Artistic Ambassador for Redken 5th Avenue, a L’Oreal brand.
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