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A hairstyle tutorial with jhoomar/tikka & dupatta setting, perfect for an indian, pakistani or asian bride.
A black hair doughnut was used to create a bun, which was then covered with synthetic xpression hair to create this vintage hair style for a wedding. The synthetic xpression hair was brown, but this video was done only to demonstrate, for an actual client you would ensure that the synthetic hair matches the colour of your client's natural hair.
The front section of hair was back combed into a puff, and a maang tikka was secured in the middle. This hairstyle used minimum amount of backcombing and was done on medium length hair, but can easily be done on long or short hair too.
Asian brides usually wear a dupatta on their head, we demonstrated a dupatta style, and how to set and secure the dupatta onto the hair using U shaped bobby pins. The style of the dupatta with depend on your clients dress and preference on how she wants to wear it.
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