Wedding-Day Hair and Makeup for Bride and Four or Six Attendants from Chris Kelley (50% Off)

Los Angeles

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$1,100 50% $550
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In a Nutshell

Professional stylist does a test run of bridal hair and makeup, then on big day ensures bride and up to six attendants are glowing

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Expires 180 days after purchase.Consultation required. Appointment required; subject to availability. Bride must schedule trial hairstyling appointment at least two weeks in advance. 48 hr cancellation notice required. Valid only 25 miles from 90020. Additional fee may be applied for additional bridesmaids. Additional fee may be required for distance traveled greater than 25 miles. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

$550 for a wedding-day hair and makeup package (a $1,100 total value)

  • Bridal hair and makeup (a $325 value)
  • Bridal hair and makeup trial (a $150 value)
  • Hair and makeup for four bridesmaids (a $600 value)
  • Flower-girl glam (a $25 value)<p>

$700 for a wedding-day hair and makeup package (a $1,400 total value)

  • Bridal hair and makeup (a $325 value)
  • Bridal hair and makeup trial (a $150 value)
  • Hair and makeup for six bridesmaids (a $900 value)
  • Flower-girl glam (a $25 value)<p>

Getting a new hairstyle is only the first step: preserving the look can be the hard part. Keep reading to learn how the subtle adhesive properties of hairspray can protect everything from your hair to your clothes.

Hairspray: A Spritz of Stability

Spritz some hairspray into the air over your head and it seems to disappear, leaving only a style that stays put for hours afterward. This is due to the efforts of an assortment of polysyllabic polymers—including polyvinylpyrrolidine, polydimethylsiloxane, and various forms of vinyl acetate and methacrylate—which are fired from the can by an aerosol propellant. Along with a solvent of alcohol and hydrocarbons, the polymers work their way in between individual strands and form a stabilizing film that binds the hairs to each other long after the solvent evaporates. This stability can help preserve a hairstyle’s shape, add volume, or simply protect the skull from paper airplanes.

The days of helmet hair, however, are long gone. Formulas now exist that provide a flexible, more natural look and still allow locks a certain range of motion. Naturally derived polymers such as gum arabic or gum tragacanth, along with vitamin-based compounds such as tocopherols and panthenols, are a few gentler modern ingredients. Some products can also add shine, protect against heat damage, or even block UV radiation.

These feats of chemistry still can’t substitute for proper application. The key, stylists say, is holding the spray nozzle at least one foot away from your hair while moving the can smoothly and keeping your tongue securely in your mouth. To tame a couple of particularly stubborn strands, try spritzing a bit of hairspray directly onto your hands and then smoothing out the kinks. Beyond haircare, hairspray’s tightly bonding polymers can also be useful for stopping a run in a pair of tights or getting rid of static cling.

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