How to do your own hair for your wedding?

Im getting married in less than a month, I know im cutting it close and probably should have thought about all this way earlier. I am getting married on the beach and i know that i want loose curls with my hair half up and half down with a flower of some sort. I have yet to practice, but i want some advice on how to make the perfect curls? should i use curlers or a curling iron, i dont want to be stressed over my hair on my wedding and i want something easy and that i know will look perfect. any ideas? i have wavy hair, i mostly straighten it and can be worn curly.
I cant really go to a hair salon, im getting married in Jamaica and im not so sure i want the hair salon there to do it, besides i want something simple enough, that im sure i can do it and it still look good.

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3 Responses to How to do your own hair for your wedding?

  1. ohmyhairstyle says:

    it SO depends on what kind of curls you want and the style it is now and the weight of it etc.

    this is what i would try first:
    shampoo the night before and use mousse on it. let it air dry.
    in the a.m. use long sponges wrapped in foil ; wrap the hair down the sponge and spray with a setting spray or working hairspray. heat the hair with a blowdryer on ‘hot’ then let cool. take out sponges and finger comb.

  2. Char** says:

    the best answer would be to go to a hair salon. You want to look your best at your wedding.

  3. Treadstone says:

    Use hot rollers – they are quick & easy. You don’t want to have to sleep w/ traditional rollers & it’s risky using a curling iron on such a busy morning.

    Here’s a how-to article w/ video:https://www.ehow.com/how_1325_curl-hair-with.html

    Related links: https://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20061205150840AAXor8V&show=7
    https://www.hairboutique.com/tips/tip053.htm

    Practice styling your hair as much as possible before your wedding day so it’s second nature.

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