The Rockstar Bride Comes to Life at Naeem Khan Bridal Spring 2019

Moroccanoil Naeem Khan
Photo by Bryant Chase

New York City's biannual Bridal Fashion Week hit town last week and brought a preview of what next year's brides might be wearing down the aisle.

In addition to sultry styles that have now become part of the norm—low-plunging necklines and exposed backs—more modest pieces also made an appearance, with pant suits and traditional simplicity taking center stage. 

At Naeem Khan's bridal presentation, the designer paired sequin-embellished tracksuits and body-hugging gowns with a more untraditional hairstyle. Styled by Moroccanoil global artistic director, Kevin Hughes, the look drew inspiration from a new, modern girl who is brilliant, active in society and desires a couture feeling with a fresh twist—the rockstar bride. 

GET THE LOOK:

  • On damp hair, use two pumps of Moroccanoil Treatment—or Moroccanoil Treatment Light for finer tones—to provide the perfect foundation for styling and comb through the hair.
  • Apply Moroccanoil Root Boost and blow dry the hair straight with a Moroccanoil Professional Series Ceramic Hair Dryer and a Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Classic Brush.
  • Take a horseshoe shaped section through the top of the hair and clip away. With the remaining hair, create a French twist and secure with bobby pins.
  • Release the top section and create multiple knots through the entire horseshoe section to shorten the hair and pin in place at the base.
  • Spray the hair with Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray and Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Extra Strong at the root. Tease with a small Moroccanoil Tail Comb to get the hair to stand on end.
  • Finish the look with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Extra Strong.

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