So I’ve been trying out some heat-free, raw and all-natural hairstyles for our wedding this summer. I don’t want to use things like curling irons or do something that needs a ton of hairspray to stay in place. For this try-out, the only “styling product” I used was a hair oil—to give the hair some nice and healthy shine.
Take a look and tell me which one you think I should go for!
These are the few things I used to make the different hairstyles!
I started by washing my hair with shampoo and conditioner the night before I styled it, and even treated it to a 30-minute nourishing re-hydrate clay mask—I really love when I find the time to do that.
This first look is a super easy low-set ponytail. Instead of using an elastic hair band I used pins and some of my hair to tie it together. I gathered the hair loosely at the nape and then I wrapped the loose part around the ponytail and secured the ends with a bobby pin.
For this look I started by separating the top half of hair from the bottom half. Then I twisted it around the base and secured the bun with a few bobby pins and finished by adjusting it to the shape I wanted.
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