This girly 'do is perfect for a boho bride - or for adding some extra texture to your 'do once undone!
Charles Worthington's Marc Trinders shares his step-by-step guide for creating this chic, super-cool look for your own celebration.
1. On second day old hair use a salt spray throughout to dampen the hair down and re dry into your hair with a hair dryer on a low heat and speed. This will give the hair a crunchy texture and create stiffness to stiff hair-which makes braiding much easier with more grip.
2.With a pin tail comb draw a strong centre part and clip one side clean away.
3. On the other side pick up 3 strands of hair at the front hairline and French braid down the centre of the section, picking hair up from the scalp each time you cross the sections over.
4.Continue until you run out of hair and secure with a small band on the ends.
5.Repeat this on the opposite side.
6.Once the two braids are in place, start at the bottom loosening and teasing the braids apart. When they start to loosen, work the technique up the head to the original starting position.