VS Hair - You want to section off your hair in 3 sections: One in the middle like a mohawk and the other two on the sides of your "mohawk" section. Starting with your "mohawk" section, begin to curl about 2 inch sections of hair away from your face with your 1 1/2 inch curling iron (try to mimic Alessandra in the photo). After every section you curl, take your 1 1/2 inch rollers (I noticed VS uses velcro) and apply it to the section that you just curled. Do this for the rest of your hair.
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This is a beautiful hairstyle! I could try to do it half-up and leave the rest wavily-curled. As long as it wouldn't be too busy with the veil and everything. It might be really cute to not really be able to see it very well with the veil on durin the ceremony and take the veil off at the reception and have this completely fun and lovely hair-do!
Take two invisible elastic bands and separate the hair into two ponytails, one above the other, in the back of your head. Once the ponytails are secured, take sections of each ponytail and, starting at the ends, roll them toward the head, pinning them in place with bobby pins. Roll the top ponytail first, then the bottom, leaving pieces closest to the middle for last....so pretty!