triix25:

This is a custom hairpiece.  The sylist said, “We put a cap over her real hair and attached the extensions to the cap so there wouldn’t be any damage”.

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July
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justactnatural2011:

This time I’m super early… I will never be on the same time with this. Sorry :)I’m especially anxious for this post because It’s bound to be full of pictures, and fun to write. Okay, Ladies, here goes…. Today’s tip is about
NATURAL WEDDING STYLES!!! (not including straightened hair because then this post would last forever)
No. 1

This style is elegant, pretty, and at the same time protective. This would be a style that you wouldn’t have to worry about because it is so structured that it would definitely last the night (and probably a few nights.) It shows off the face and the earrings.
No. 2

Oh I love this style: the defined curls, accessory band and flower. This style is cute and kind of mystique. It’s not very protective, but wedding day could be an exception. There isn’t very much structure, so the wind or heat may cause a little worry. Nevertheless, this is the perfect style for a curly TWA.
No. 3


I love love love this style as well for the beautiful simply elegant bride. Oh! Just imagine this style underneath a pretty head veil. This style offers structure, accessory, protection, and (like the others) a perfect view of the lovely bride’s face. Also, if you’re planning on paying tons for a gorgeous pair of earrings, this style will show them off for you! 
No. 4

This style is fantastic: gelled down in the front and I think it’s like pin down curls in the back with pretty pearl pins throughout and topped with a tiara and a veil probably coming from the curls in the very back! This style will definitely cause jealousy among the bridesmaids, tears from the mother, and a VERY VERY happy groom! It’s protective, decent structure, and beautiful.
No. 5

True, I used this picture for another post, but I just had to recycle it for this. I just love the flowers along the sides. To me this style looks like a dream. It’s not very structured, so the wind may toss the curls a bit, but there is structure in the back, so it would probably be alright in the end. 

justactnatural2011:

This time I’m super early… I will never be on the same time with this. Sorry :)I’m especially anxious for this post because It’s bound to be full of pictures, and fun to write. Okay, Ladies, here goes…. Today’s tip is about

NATURAL WEDDING STYLES!!! (not including straightened hair because then this post would last forever)

No. 1

1

This style is elegant, pretty, and at the same time protective. This would be a style that you wouldn’t have to worry about because it is so structured that it would definitely last the night (and probably a few nights.) It shows off the face and the earrings.

No. 2

2

Oh I love this style: the defined curls, accessory band and flower. This style is cute and kind of mystique. It’s not very protective, but wedding day could be an exception. There isn’t very much structure, so the wind or heat may cause a little worry. Nevertheless, this is the perfect style for a curly TWA.

No. 3

3

3

I love love love this style as well for the beautiful simply elegant bride. Oh! Just imagine this style underneath a pretty head veil. This style offers structure, accessory, protection, and (like the others) a perfect view of the lovely bride’s face. Also, if you’re planning on paying tons for a gorgeous pair of earrings, this style will show them off for you! 

No. 4

4

This style is fantastic: gelled down in the front and I think it’s like pin down curls in the back with pretty pearl pins throughout and topped with a tiara and a veil probably coming from the curls in the very back! This style will definitely cause jealousy among the bridesmaids, tears from the mother, and a VERY VERY happy groom! It’s protective, decent structure, and beautiful.

No. 5

5

True, I used this picture for another post, but I just had to recycle it for this. I just love the flowers along the sides. To me this style looks like a dream. It’s not very structured, so the wind may toss the curls a bit, but there is structure in the back, so it would probably be alright in the end. 

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