Bridal beauty at its best, Amanda Jackson, Principal Educator for Great Lengths, assisted by Pinar Can, creates a Vintage Roll which is both classic and timeless.
Brogan’s hair was prepared with 21x 40cm Great Lengths GL Apps in shades 09, 10 and 84.
Brush the hair thoroughly and place a centre parting.
Use a dressing brush to add a back-comb texture to the lengths of the hair and at the crown, taking care not to back-comb near the extensions. Spritz with I.C.O.N. Done to hold.
Pull the hair back into a low pony and take a hair donut (cut in half). Place it on the ends of the hair and slowly roll up. Don’t worry about being too neat.
When the lengths are wrapped up, ensure the ends are tucked away, then pin in place. The pins should be pointing down into the padding and hidden underneath.
Spritz with I.C.O.N. Done to hold in place. Use your fingers to tease the roll slightly for a softer finish. Allow a few strands to fall at the front.
Check over the look to ensure that the roll is placed centrally.
This style is great for brides who want to wear a garland or flowers in their hair. These can rest on top of the roll – giving a more secure feel and embellishing the simple but elegant hair look.