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Re-Create Pippa's Wedding Up-Do!

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 09:24
Photos: Getty Images

Check out this fabulous step-by-step guide on how to re-create Pippa Middleton's stunning wedding up-do - courtesy of the skilful styling and finishing techniques of Mathew Soobroy, Principal Stylist at Charles Worthington Salons.

STEP 1

Set the hair in rollers first, to create natural volume;

STEP 2

Leaving out the top and side sections of the hair, tie the back section into a low ponytail, leaving a side parting at the front;

STEP 3

Section the ponytail into 4 - 5 individual sections, then tease each one with a brush to add more volume;

STEP 4

Roll each section towards the head and secure with pins. Repeat this with each part of the ponytail whilst placing them randomly to create a textured bun-type effect;

STEP 5 

Pull the top and side parts of the hair back and into the bun you have already created;

STEP 6

Secure the hair accessories and finish with a generous amount of hairspray. 

 

www.charlesworthingtonsalons.com

Mathew on Twitter: @Matsoobroy

 

 

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