Move Over Tiaras: 3 Ways to Wear Baby’s Breath for Your Wedding Ceremony
We've found your new bridal hair look!
If you’re a fan of the flower hair trend and would love to wear the look on your wedding day, we have an idea for you! We love looking to the runways to find the latest hair trends for bride to be’s and we stumbled upon this beautiful baby’s breath idea. Why we love it? For one, it’s totally budget-friendly! You can do this without the help of a stylist. Two: It’s a floral hair idea that doesn’t give off festival vibes.
Tiaras as hair accessories for weddings are cute and all but everyone is doing it. Stand out from the crowd with this super easy baby’s breath hair trend. If you’re thinking your hair is too short for the look, we’ve got that covered too. No one is left out from this new hair trend! Read on to check out three ways you can wear baby’s breath in your hair for all of your wedding festivities.
Three Ways to Style Your Hair with Baby’s Breath for Your Wedding Day
1. Worn Down
Thinking of keeping it simple with your hair worn down but want to create a beautiful, effortless and dreamy look? Focus on creating texture and then accessorize. After washing your hair, prep hair with a heat protectant like TRESemmé Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Spray and rough dry with a blowdryer to enhance texture. After you’ve nailed the texture you want, set your style with some hairspray like Dove Style + Care Strength and Shine Flexible Hold Hairspray. Now it’s time to pile on the flowers! Pin baby’s breath and gorgeous bow accessories throughout your mane to recreate this runway look.
2. Bun Updo
Buns are always chic for weddings, but you can make it something more with the help of accessories. In this case, adorn your ballerina bun with bows that either match the color palette of your wedding or your gown. Insert baby’s breath and bows all around your bun and in between. If you rather keep it simple, you can skip the bows and just add the baby’s breath along the base of your bun.
3. Teeny Weeny Afro
Find yourself wondering how you can get in on this hair trend with your short hair? Try recreating the look above. If you’re working with natural hair, focus on definition by enhancing your texture before piling on the accessories. Use a gel, like TRESemmé Flawless Curls Defining Gel, to style and allow your hair to dry to prevent frizz. Once dry, you can tie a bow (using a string) around the stem of your baby’s breath and add a hair pin to attach to your hair. Easy, right!
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