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Wedding hair how-to: your dream bridal look

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Who would have thought the humble ponytail would become a hot new trend for 2019 brides? But a sleek, slick updo is a fuss-free way to ensure your hair looks great from the church to the honeymoon. Follow these simple steps to create your very own big-day pony.

The Ponytail

Ponytails are back! Because who doesn’t want a fuss-free do? Easy to achieve and saves time in the morning, slicked back up-do can take you from the office run to drinks with the girls in the evening. Your hair doesn’t even have to be freshly washed! Simply spray some dry shampoo and massage into the roots, massage the product in and comb it out.

Dry Shampoo
Many people give great importance to daily freshly washed hair. Although daily washing of the hair is not always necessary – with its pleasant fragrance, however, shampoo and conditioner are a special experience. A dry shampoo, on the other hand, proves itself one of the others as an everyday hero. It cleans not only the hair without the addition of water, but also provides the hairstyle due to its fine powder particles at the same time.
Earrings – top tips
With a fuss-free pony, you can go to town with your accessories without going over the top. Think of the photos – it’s a simple to create look that will last the test of time. An exquisite pair of bridal earrings with just a touch of vintage glamour, Olivier Laudus Genevieve silver rhodium and sparkling crystal drop earrings will appeal to brides who adore classic jewellery. See above to save 15 per cent when you buy today.

The team said: “When it comes to choosing jewellery to complement a lace dress, pearl earrings combined with a touch of sparkle is a match made in heaven.

“If you have opted for a simple satin dress or a figure hugging gown then the world is your oyster. Statement simulated diamond earrings (choose the right shape for your facial features) like long drops or chandeliers will add instant glam.”




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