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Most of the time when we see hairstyles for weddings there is a lot of curling and hairspray. It looks amazing but the next couple of days. I have fallen in love with wedding styles that incorporate braids. This style does just that and is completely heat-free! This will last all the way through the night and leave you with some lovely curls the next day so keep reading this step-by-step tutorial and #wearcliphair.
Step number 1: Preparation
Start your style by creating a center part. It will be on show so if you have second-day hair, make sure you put on a little dry shampoo. Add a full set of Cliphair extensions to give you the volume and length you will need for this look. Next, divide a front section of hair from your center part till in front of your ears on each side. Clip these sections out of the way for now.
Step number 2: create your bun
Divide the top third section of hair at the back. It will largely be the back of the crown. Now, split this into three equal sections clip the left third out of the way. Wind the other two thirds around each other to create a rope braid by twisting each section clockwise wand wrap around the other anticlockwise. Secure your twist braid with a clear elastic. Next, release the other third and make a three-strand braid all the way to the ends and secure with a clear hair tie. Wind up the rope braid to create a horizontal, oblong bun then pin it into place. Wrap your three-strand braid around the outside of your newly created bun and secure with pins.
Step number 3: Focus on the front
Now you have created some amazing detail at the back it is time to focus on your front sections. undo one of the front sections, starting with the left. Now take a section closest to the parting and divide it into three. Dutch braid along your hairline and continue to the ends and secure with a clear hair tie. Repeat on the other side. Bring braids together under your bun and tie them together. Release the rest of the braid under your hair tie. Instead, braid that into one larger three-strand braid. You can add decorative beads to finish if you want to give it a bit of a unique look.