I always suggest my brides wash and blow out their hair the night before the wedding. Freshly blown out hair on your wedding day can be harder to work with than "day old hair" and will have more fly away hair to deal with. When you blow your hair out the night before, it has a chance to calm down and settle, significantly decreasing your number of hairs gone rogue. If you think your hair will get dirty over night, a simple burst of dry shampoo on your wedding day will make your hair as good as new!
Here’s what you’ll need to create this look:
TOOLS: 2 clear elastics, 5-10 large bobby pins, tail comb or teasing comb, firm holding hairspray and a hand mirror.
TIP: I always advise looking in a second mirror between each step to check your balance. You don’t want to get too far and then have to start over.