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Braid of honour

Whether your hair is pulled back or let loose, you can channel your inner bohemian by working sweet, summery braids into your wedding ’do.

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Sweep your sweetie off their feet by showing the softer side of the traditional updo. Trish Mannette (Jonathan Neil Salon, trishmannette@hotmail.com) incorporated a braid into this relaxed-but-elegant tousled look for added softness. We bet this is the kind of ’do that only gets better as the night goes on. (Hair pin courtesy of Felicity Bridal, felicitybridal.ca; make-up by Kelly McGillivray, jonathanneilsalon.com.)

Talk about a midsummer night’s dream. If you’d rather have your locks flowing free, Trish suggests adding little details (like a braid) to a simple look to “add texture and intricacy to the design.” The result: nothing but romance. (Flower barrette courtesy of Felicity Bridal, felicitybridal.ca; make-up by Kelly McGillivray, jonathanneilsalon.com.)

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