We know it’s tempting to just wear your short locks as is when attending a wedding. But since you’re already dressed up to the nines and all dolled up, you have to get your hair styled, too. Worry not because we're teaching you how to change your usual lugay to something more glam!
Of course, beachy waves will be on this list! Hold your curling iron vertically and wrap half-inch sections around it. Spritz hairspray all over and scrunch the ends to add texture.
Create a side-part, tease the roots, and don a fine headband—it’s that easy.
Say it with flowers
Wear texturized waves, take two sections from each side, and gather both on the back of your head. Add tiny flowers as a finishing touch.
Clip the section of the hair about two inches from the scalp to create an s-wave. Don’t wrap it around the barrel—the heat from the top surface of the iron is enough to produce a soft curve. Part it on one side, and clip on a jeweled barrette.
Easy does it
In a rush? Brush it all back and mist with light hairspray to keep locks in place.
Sculpted vintage waves look glam. Give it a twist by coiling one side of the front section into the shape of a rose.
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.