Among a laundry list of other expenses, a bride-to-be also needs to budget for a knockout hairstyle — one that won't overpower a veil, yet can stand on its own once that puppy comes off and you're cutting up a rug like a dancing fool. But, between the cost of the trial run and the real deal, your 'do can cost a lot of dough. So, to help you save some hard-earned coin, wedding hair expert Stevie Smith of Smith & Davis salon showed us three easy DIY styles that only look like you spent a lot of money and time.
Thinking About Getting Highlights Or Lowlights? Read This First
Plenty of people go their whole lives without getting highlights — in fact, a lot of celebrities have made stunning single-process color their signature