2 Days Bridal Hair and Updo Training

£325.00

Learn Bridal Hair and Prom Hairstyles Today

Today’s bridal make-up and hair is soft and subtle. The effect is sexier, less harsh. Hair can be worn down, flowing with loose curls and waves. The updo that once dominated the bridal hair scene has a much softer look as well. Today’s updo style is not sprayed, pinned, and tucked to hide every loose hair. The look is pinned and tousled, leaving it soft and stylish. The bridal hair is romantic.

What will you learn?

2 DAYS BRIDAL HAIRSTYLES

You will be trained how to create beautifully traditional, classic and modern hairstyles, which would complement any wedding dress and retain a traditional feel.


You learn how to create the classic Half-up Hairstyle, 3 Vintage Hairstyles and 3 Hair-up Hairstyles.About Hair

  • Hair Structure and growth cycle
  • Health and Safety
  • Hair sectioning
  • Blowdry hair straight, with volume and curl
  • Roller Setting Hair with Heated Rollers
  • The use of Hair Pieces
  • Front Styling
  • Back Styling
  • Plain Buns
  • Curly Buns
  • Back Combing
  • Straightening –GHD Curls, Waves Curling- Tight, Loose and Spiral Curls
  • French Plate
  • A Classic Chignon
  • French Twist
  • Burrell Curl
  • Braiding



  • Entry Requirements: No previous experience needed and minimum age is 17 years old. All students are required to bring a model on day 2 of training.


    Duration: Two days

    Attendance Hours: 10am to 5pm

    Fees: £325 excluding Kit.

    What is included: Training manual, Professional Training, Products and equipment are available for use during training, assessment, and accredited certificate upon successfully completing the course.

    A deposit of £50 secures your training course, the balance of £275 is payable on the day of your course. On payment we will be in touch to confirm a date.

    SPECIAL OFFER:Book two or more courses and get the cheapest half price.


    CPD Point 22

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    • 4 Units in Stock


    This product was added to our catalog on Monday 19 September, 2011.