GET THE LOOK: Effortless Bridal Ponytail

Lauren Salapatek | August 10, 2015 | 1:08 AM

Kenra Professional's Bridal Style Contest Winner Julie Flury (@Jewelhairdesign), master stylist and owner of Jewel Hair Design, created this beautiful "Effortless Bridal Ponytail" with a total of 14,566 votes! Congrats, Julie! 

Get the steps to this whimsical, loose ponytail. It's perfect for your long-haired bridal clients!

STEP 1: Rough curl all hair with 1.5” iron spraying each section with Kenra Platinum Hot Spray and working with Kenra 9 Design Spray. Spritz as you work cautiously with Kenra Volume Spray 25 as needed. Curl hair away from the face.

STEP 2: Create a mid-low ponytail base with hair from the nape of the neck to the top of the ears leaving about an inch of hair left hanging behind the ears.

STEP 3: Work your way up the crown creating volume with a teasing comb and Kenra Volume Spray 25, smoothing and creating a piece-y look as you work. Leave out the hair in front of the ears at the temples as well as the hair line to create a side swept front with a deep part.

STEP 4: Start creating a crisscross twist look over the ponytail base covering the volume base pins with the hair left out behind the ears. Grab hair from the front of the temples and create the same look layering on top of the other twists. Leave out a few “wisps” of hair in front of the ears for a softer look and finish the front of the hair style by perfecting the volume of the front swoop and securing as the last twist.

STEP 5: Finish off the hairstyle with one all-over spray of Kenra Volume Spray 25 as well as Kenra Shine Spray.



Hair: Jewel Hair Design Master Stylist and Owner Julie Flury

Floral Design: White Magnolia Design

Wedding Gown: Inbal Dror

Makeup Artist: Susan Lim

Creative Concept Designer:  White Magnolia Design

Garden: Bishop Garden of the Washington National Cathedral

 Model: Cari Funkhouse

 Photographer: Sally Pinera

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