Asian bridal hair is somewhat different from other styles of updos and western bridal styles. The main reasons are that for the majority of styles, a heavily embroidered scarf is worn over the hair, for very long hours. So hair must, most importantly, be able to hold the weight of the scarf for the whole day until the evening. In some cultures and traditions, brides also request elaborate styles that can be seen underneath the head scarf. Even within the asian bridal culture, there are a spectrum of styles and personalities and the hair should reflect this.
On this course we delve into the traditional asian hairstyling and hair detailing. The techniques and foundations taught on this course are great to create a variety of different styles, from the most simple elegant bridal buns through to elaborate vintage styles and detailed hair techniques.
This course is ideal for the beginner, the hair enthusiast and the artist looking to learn new and different techniques. As hair is an art, learning other artists methods only broadens your creative abilities and opens you up to more ways of thinking.
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- • 18 video lessons in HD
- • 5 Exclusive Bonus Videos
- • Lifetime access to the course
- • Downloadable and Streamable files
- • Accessible on mobiles, tablets and desktops
- • Downloadable manuals
- • Pictorial guides to lessons
- • Product list
Extravagant Vintage Fringe
Setting the Head Scarf
The Side Parting
The Volumised Middle Parting
I have been an ‘Asian Bridal Hair & Makeup Artist’ for over a decade now and have been teaching for over 6 years. Having acquired the skills and techniques needed to create wow-factor bridal makeup, I will impart upon you all the knowledge that I have gained during this time and hopefully inspire you to follow your dreams and create a successful career in the industry too.
I cannot stress enough the importance of self empowerment and surrounding yourself with positive people. I believe it to be the key to my success and what has led me to becoming an expert in my field.
The more open, I have been to feedback, pushing boundaries and challenging the status quo...the more l have grown, developed and ultimately MASTERED!