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Six most fabulous wedding hairstyle trends this season


Every girl dreams for her wedding day and how she will look long before she ties the knot. Asgar Saboo, celebrity hairstylist to the likes of Cindy Crawford, Eva Longoria & Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan gives you a step by step guide to on how to get the perfect wedding hairstyle for this season on the big day!

Floating Florals

Get the Look:
• Begin by prepping the hair with a thickening tonic to give full body and texture by adding an extra layer to the hair.
• Then curl all of the hair around a big barrel curling iron.
• The curl should create movement and dimension rather look like a perfect curls.
• Run your fingers through the curls to break them up and keep them wavy.
• Grab bits of hair and tie them together with elastics to create a crisscrossing pattern.
• To finish, place the flower of your choice on the elastics to give the appearance of flowers floating in the hair.
• Finish with a setting and high shine spray to keep strands polished and shiny.
• Avoid using a brush as this will pull the curl out which you do not want.




The Halo Effect

Get the look:
• Start with wet hair and comb with a mousse from root to tip.
• Spray the hair with heat protecting spray first then create a perfect centre parting and blow dry the hair until completely dry.
• Now using a straightening iron on high heat, straighten the hair all the way through to the ends.
• Then take a section of hair at ear level and lightly spray with hairspray.
• Again using the straightening iron, create 2-3 bends in the hair at ear level.
• Carry this out going from ear to ear, keeping the bend level all the way around.
• Finish the look by spraying a shine enhancing spray all over to set it without removing the bounce.


Whimsical Waves

Get the Look: Keep it simple with dreamy waves.
• Prep the hair with thickening spray and then blow dry the hair straight creating a lift on the top.
• This can be created by the upward blow-drying action.
• Next, tong vertical sections of hair making sure the hair falls backwards.
• Each section of hair only needs to be tonged from the root to mid length, the last 2-3 inches of hair are left with straight ends for a more natural look.
• With a wide tooth comb, comb the curls out, pushing them into a natural 'S' wave.
• Apply a light-weight styling cream on the top and side of the hair to smooth the hair.
• Finally bring the hair forward so that it sits in front of the shoulders and finish with some setting hairspray.



Get the look:
• Section off hair into 2 inch sections and curl each with a barrel curling iron.
• Gather the curled hair sections, pin them up and mist the pinned hair with holding hair spray, leaving the hair to set for at least 30 minutes.
• Remove the lower pins around the head and leave the crown, front & side section.
• Back comb each loose section at the root and add a texture powder to add volume.
• Using an elastic band pull the hair to create a side ponytail.
• The crown area of the hair should still remain pinned.
• Divide the ponytail into sections.
• Take each section and fold the sections loosely & randomly around the base of ponytail.
• Then secure it in place with a bobby pin.
• Finally release the top bobby pins and repeat until all of the sections are blended & pinned into place.
• Gently loosen any side wisps for a romantic look.
• Apply a high shine mist to create a polished look and to stop flyaway areas.

Chignon Hair


Half-up half-down

This is an easy style for when you are short on time. The beauty of the look is you can simply pin up your hair whilst leaving it super straight or with its natural waves. You can even add extra detail by braiding the sections or intertwining them with flowers.

Get the look:
• Run your finger through your hair to soften the hair but try and avoid brushing curly hair as this can lead to a frizzy look.
• Separate two small strands from either side of your hair and pull back and secure, braiding the strands always adds an add an extra touch to the look.
• For more volume, separate the top section of your hair and pull back to form a beehive before combing over to give a clean finish.


Braided French Twist

Make sure you hair has lots of texture by adding texture power and a spritz of hairspray, this lets the hair hold the style as silky hair often slips out of place.
The texture power also makes the hair much more mouldable when styling.
• Start by teasing the top of your head near your parting and pin the hair back over sweeping the hair away from your face.
• Bring the left over sides up and pin.
• Start braiding the hair all the way to the ends.
• From the ends of the hair start roll the braid into itself.
• Keep rolling back until you reach the head.
• Start pinning into place.

Tip: Make sure to cross your bobby pins like an ‘X' for maximum hold




Author: Asgar Saboo

A renowned figure among celebrities and a regular on red carpets, the name Asgar Saboo is synonymous with headline grabbing, style-worthy hair. He is trusted by supermodels Cindy Crawford and Twiggy, Hollywood actress Eva Longoria, as well as A-list stars including Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Katrina Kaif, Deepika Padukone and legend Rekha. His name is tantamount with cutting-edge and sophisticated hairstyles and his hair creations have been showcased at glittering premieres, showbiz events and multiple awards ceremonies. Asgar is famed for the headline grabbing hairstyle he created for Bollywood heartthrob Hrithik Roshan, which has been the inspiration for Hrithik Roshan’s wax work figure at London’s prestigious Madame Tussauds. The UK based hair maestro has worked his magic on scores of celebrities and dignitaries the world over, making the front covers of several leading fashion magazines and item publications. He is pivotal in the styling of business moguls, ultra-high-net-worth individuals and royalty, such as members of the Sultan of Brunei’s household and is sought after by the top names in the film, Royal and fashion fraternities.




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