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‘I DO’ TO THE DO By Melinda Collins

It’s your big day coming up, but that doesn’t mean you have to go for big hair.

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n fact, as we pare back our weddings in lieu of a more casual, laid-back affair, our hairdos are following suit, with soft romantic waves, messy up-dos and loose, relaxed braids the cream of the crop for the 2016/17 wedding season. So why not look into some of these more laid back looks because, when it comes to your wedding, your tresses are one area that could do with a little less structure and Metropoladvert a lot more135 charm. x 45 v1 15042015.pdf

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Braided babe Eye-catching and intricate, there’s a braided hairstyle to match most dress designs, wedding styles and even hair types. Whether it’s an elaborate braided up-do with soft strands framing the face, or a simple single braid forming a hairband across the front of the head, braids can be the epitome of romantic. Why not try interweaving your plait with flowers or jewelled hair accessories because, when it comes to the trendy bridal hair 2016 styles, braids are one of the most versatile looks.

Metropol - 20 October 2016  
Metropol - 20 October 2016