The trends for 2020 brides range from traditional updos to whimsical braids and effortlessly romantic cascading curls. As diverse as these looks are, what they all have in common is fullness, proving there’s no such thing as “too much hair.” Alley Biehl’s bridal workshop demonstrated styling skills that incorporate extensions to accentuate a bride’s hair. Alley’s model wanted a loose style that still took her hair off her shoulders. They used HaloCouture extensions to give the style fullness and body she needed to let some pieces stay “untucked” for a playful touch.
The workshop included the use of decorative hair pieces to elevate a beautiful look to a bride’s dream-hair-come-true. Accessories like barrettes, clips, combs with jewels or florals can be used to adorn hair in styles worn up or down. They are so versatile and fun to play with!
For inquiries regarding Samuel Cole Salon’s in-house bridal hair and makeup team, White Dress Collective, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alley demonstrated how to pin and style the hair extensions to create a soft and textured, loose up-do that would be secure enough to hold all day and night.”Stylist Katie Pursche