Bridal Hair: Boho Braid with Flowers

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Step-By-Step Tutorial

Welcome to my new series on bridal updos and getting ready for the big day.  From April through June, I will be sharing various updos, tips on make-up, the do’s and don’ts of wedding hair, veil placing, and bridesmaid updos.

To see more tutorials, click the links below:

Messy Chignon

Double-Rose Updo

Five Rose Updo

Soft Waves

Crisscross Loop Updo

Bridesmaid Updo: 4 Braids in a Bun

Bridesmaid Updo: Wavy Ponytail

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Today, I’ll show you how to create the bohemian inspired braid pictured above.

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Baby’s breath would make such a pretty addition to any hairstyle on your wedding day.  Before you begin braiding your hair for this look, attach small sections of baby’s breath onto bobby pins.  That way you will be ready to place them in your hair when your braid is complete.

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Begin with wavy hair (see my Bridal Hair: Soft Waves tutorial).  Brush it to the left side.  Then take a small section of hair on one side and braid it.  Loosen that braid and secure with a bobby pin.  Then, separate your hair into three sections.  The smaller braid should go in the middle section.  Loosely braid the hair to the side as pictured above.  Tie the braid with a clear elastic.  Then make a loop (see my Crisscross Loop Updo tutorial) with the end of the braid in order to hide the ponytail holder as much as possible.  Finally loosen up the braid and stick in the bobby pins with the baby’s breath.

Once you are happy with how it looks spray generously with hairspray.

To see more of my hairstyles, click this link or click beauty and hair on the menu bar at the top of this page.

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