10 bridal hair looks using extensions

28 Jun 2016

Whether you're lusting after length or vying for volume, hair extensions can transform a bridal hairstyle in an instant. Check out these 10 showstopping styles...

Hair extensions can solve a number of problems for brides and their hair stylist by helping to create the perfect style to complement the all-important dress. 

Luxury hair extension brand Remi Cachet share a host of looks from their most recent photographic collection, as well as the work from the portfolios of their Super Stylists.

1. Half up, half down

This look has a full head of hair extensions, aiming for a natural finish by adding volume at the crown - perfect for a tiara to sit atop.


Remi Cachet hair extensions

2.  Polished chignon

This elegant chignon uses extensions to add volume and additional lighter colours, without the commitment of a permanent dye job.


Charlotte Boyes of Posh Hair

3. Structured up-do

Colour matching to this bride’s hair colour, the extensionist added 100 strands to help execute the detail in this twisted up-do.


Nicola Orlando

4. Bountiful curls

Using extensions helped to transform this client’s limp hair to be able to hold a curl all day long.


Credit: Abigail Nicholls

5. Soft tendrils

This client originally used extensions to help grow her own hair out. Inspired by Michelle Keegan’s own wedding style, this bride loved the volume her extensions gave her.


Judi Kay at Phoenix Hair Extensions

6. Accessorised up-do

To create this intricate romantic style, extensions added a little length and depth for the stylist to be able to twist and pin the hair in place securely.


Tracy Roche

7. Supersized style

Clip-in extensions are great to be able to create a look just for the day and here they were used to create these oversized curls in a tight bun.


Charlotte Boyes of Posh Hair

8. Rapunzel length

For those long-haired lovers, you can’t beat extensions for length and adding thickness to the look. Show it off in all its natural beauty with a simple embellishment.


Remi Cachet hair extensions

9. Mid way bun

A weft extension was used for this bride to add bulk to the back of the hair and create the perfect up-do.


 Abigail Nicholls

10. Adding colour

Where over-colouring has damaged your hair, extensions can be used to retain vibrancy and improve condition and shine.


Charlotte Boyes 


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Charlotte M 27 October 2016
Ah, the soft tendrils are stunning. I found a similar style on <a href="http://www.1001-hairstyles.com/">1001 Hairstyles</a>, and I think this has sealed the deal for my wedding hair now, so excited!


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