Bridal How-To: Buoyant Braid by Juanmy Medialdea, Andalusia, Spain

January 16, 2020

Hair: Juanmy Medialdea

Photography: Santo Palomo

MUA: Sergio Peña

Stylist: Juanmy Medialdea

Modelling Agency: Nofuentes models

 

Create this beautiful and durable long hair style with a clear series of steps by master hair artist Juanmy Medialdea from Andalusia, Spain.

 

Step 1: Prepare the hair by using a curling iron with a diameter of 38 mm to create subtle waves throughout the hair. Brush the hair, apply a little shine and you are readyto start working.

 

Step 2: Separate the hair at the front, take a section from the crown and tie it in a ponytail with a hair tie, twist it in on itself and de-structure it a bit.

 

Step 3: Take a section from the right side, make a braid and pull it behind so it sits on top of the hair tie in the ponytail. Open up the braid a little.

 

Step 4: Perform the previous step on the opposite side.

 

Step 5: Take the lateral sections, twist them in on themselves a little and cross them over each other, securing them at the base.

 

Step 6: The remaining hair is divided into two equal sections and separated into two pigtails.

 

Step 7: Open up the ponytail and place the pigtails one over the other.

 

Step 8: Repeat the previous step, but this time using a clamp to help support and hold the hair in place, thus allowing for an easier workspace.

 

Step 9: Continue repeating the previous step until you finish the entire length of the hair.

 

Step 10: As a final touch, open the strands of the braid to achieve a more buoyant effect.

 

Step 11: Use a headdress if appropriate

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