Emma Slaters Wedding Hair

How to Get Emma Slater’s Wedding Hair Look

by Bryce Gruber

Emma Slater’s wedding hair was #goals

If you’ve been a big fan of Emma Slater ever since she took Dancing With The Stars by storm, get in line — we’re all right there with you, and we’re even more obsessed now that we’ve seen her ultra chic bridal hair from her recent California wedding to Sasha Farber.

Her hair concept and styling was the work of Hollywood hair guru, Dean Banowetz, who is known for his work on American Idol, World of Dance, America’s Got Talent, and so many other shows we all know and love.

 

emma slater wedding hair

Emma Slater’s wedding hair look: easy waves

Step 1: Start with clean dry hair and create six sections to keep work clean: one halo section at the top of the head, box sections over each ear, and three horizontal sections at the back of the head.

emma slaters wedding hair

Step 2: Starting with the bottom sections, take 1/2” sections of hair and curl away from the face, alternating between 1” and 3/4” irons. Hold the iron vertically and wrap hair beginning 2” from the bottom of each section to the top, leaving the ends free.

  • Dean’s Hot Tip: Alternate wave style by pinching and wrapping section starting from top to bottom. This creates a movement curl when you pinch the hair and gives it more of a twist and natural beachy effect.

Step 3: Once the section at the crown has been reached, spray VOLAIRE’s Air Magic Texturizing Spray on each section at the root and comb back before waving to help achieve the volume that will last all day. Once waving is complete, let waves set and cool.

emma slaters wedding hair

Step 4: Comb through and separating waves with fingers or a large metal pick comb. Spray VOLAIRE’s Uplift Volumizing Mist on dry hair to create a piecey texture that won’t weigh down hair (it’s also great for achieving flawless wedding guest hairstyles).

Emma Slaters Wedding Hair

Step 5: Finish style by spraying VOLAIRE’s Air Magic Texturizing Spray at the root and throughout hair to create gorgeous texture and hold. Tousle hair to finish the bridal hair look.

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