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TIP OF THE DAY: Hidden Braid to Secure Bridal Veil

Maggie Mulhern | May 23, 2014 | 8:21 AM

Sherri Jesse learned the HARD WAY why it's important to create an anchor for a bridal veil or hair piece. In this short video (just a bit more than one minute), she shows the corn row braid placed below the occipital to be used as a pin cusion. The braid is then covered with a faux bob. "Heaven help you if half way through the wedding the veil comes off," she says. "It happend to me just last week! This is a great way to keep the veil where it belongs."

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