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Bridal Loose Halo Hair Tutorial
Ladies with ombre hair or natural highlights would appreciate this hairstyle. The half-up-down look can showcase the different color giving you an edgy and elegant feel. This hairdo is all about texture styling. Perfect for shoulder length and long hair.
Begin curling your hair to add texture. Make sure the curling iron is moving away towards your face.
Take the front section of one side of your hair, twist, and pin it back (shown on left image) Then, take a section of hair directly under where you just pinned the first section, twist and pin, covering the first bobby pin.
Repeat this process until you get to the center back of your hair. Taking sections, twisting and pinning back. Repeat on opposite side. Continue until the two sides meet in the center back of hair, pin together so it forms one continuous halo.
Hairstylist: Amanda Paige | Photographer: Austin Gros
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I really like this hair style and I'd love to wear it for prom but I don't think it'll stay secure unfortunately. but it really is beautiful
2 years ago·Reply
@mrsburgos916 As I mentioned above, if you have thick hair you do need LOTS of bobby pins.
2 years ago·Reply
@stargaze quite the opposite. I have really thin, fine hair. I always have to use a lot of bobby pins. and with moving about and dancing all night, my hair needs to be sown in to stay lol
2 years ago·Reply
@mrsburgos916 That makes sense. What hairstyle did you end up doing for prom?
2 years ago·Reply
@stargaze my prom hasn't past yet luckily. I want to do something with texture but that covers my back because I'm uncomfortable showing it. my dress doesn't show too much but still makes me feel weird
2 years ago·Reply
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