Keri Russel demonstrates how to pull off the softer version of the classic ballerina bun. Begin by relaxing natural curls with Karastase Curl-Relaxing Nutri-Sculpt Mousse before blowing them dry. Then recurled the hair with a half-inch iron, adding volume at the top and separating curls with Kiehl's Malleable Molding Paste. Finally, gather the hair loosely and pinned it into a French twist, setting the style with firm-hold hairspray.
Wedding favors light up the personal space which your guests are seated at, not because they are lit (that's dangerous), but because they provide an element of mild entertainment and accompaniment to your guests. Wedding favors also make for easy conversation starters, and if (God forbid) your guests get bored, they'll at least have something interesting to look at and play with.
Cascading curls and loose waves are everywhere these days, from the fashion runways to even a wedding near you! TheKnot.com consults with expert stylist Paul Labrecque of NYC's Paul Labrecque Salon & Spa for tips on how to achieve that perfect, curly-haired look:
Lauren, also known as Panacae81, has been making makeup tutorials for some time now. She's so good that she even writes weekly in a beauty column at the UK's Guardian. View the clip below where Lauren demonstrates how to apply bridal makeup inspired by Taylor Swift's look in her "Love Story" music video: