Easy Bridal Styles for Medium-Length Hair

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Not all bridal styles for medium-length hair are necessarily difficult to pull off. Find out about easy bridal styles for medium-length hair with help from a professional hair stylist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Claire Coleman; I'm a Hairstylist, and I'm going to show you how an easy bridal hairstyle for medium-length hair. First, we're going to start with our Mason Pearson brush and we're just going to brush her hair all the way back, away from your face. And we're going to gather into a low loose ponytail. You just smooth it all out and I even like to brush from the bottom just to get those little pieces that might be sticking out. And just gather in a low loose ponytail. Already. And then, we're just going to stick our finger in the middle of our ponytail closest to, to the head. So, you're going right here and you're just going to pull the hair tie out a little bit and you're just going to split. So, you can see right here we're just splitting the hair down the middle. And I'm just going to reach my hand through and pull the ponytail up through this piece like that, so it's going to look like this from the back. And then, we're just going to tighten that up a little bit so you can just tighten it by pulling the ponytail. And then I'm just going to take my ponytail section and just make two separate sections. And we're just going to twist a little, just twist your section and wrap it around and pin it. Just pin that one and then do the same thing on the other section and just make sure that you're connecting your twist to the base part of your hair. Alright, that looks better and then do it again on the other side and just twist and then pin to your foundation. And then, these little end pieces, you're just going to take up top, you can put them together and just kind of tuck them into your design on either side. And you're really just using your ends to hide your little ponytail holder there. And just make sure to pin everything in. And you just want to make sure the everything feels really secure, you don't want your hair to be falling out and you really don't want to be worrying about it on your wedding day. And it makes it really easy just to use some extra pins and then you don't have to worry. You can also use a little hairspray if you want to keep your ends in really tight. I like messy looking hairstyles when I'm doing updo, so that doesn't really bother me too much. But, it just gives it a little extra polish if that's the look you're going for. And you just want to check it, see if anything is going to be too loose and we'll show you the look from the back, from the front. My name is Claire Coleman, I'm a Hairstylist and I just showed you how to do an easy updo for medium-length hair.

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