November 11 is Veteran’s Day and beauty vlogger Dulce Candy is not only an expert in hair and makeup, she’s also served our country. Watch her video tutorial on how to get two service-friendly hairstyles below.
Wearing your hair back while in a uniform doesn’t have to be boring. Here are two easy, classic hairstyles — a knotted bun and a braided bun — that anyone can wear, especially those who are currently serving our country and want to add a little femininity to their fatigues!
“I love both of these military-inspired hairstyles because they are so versatile and easily translate to every day looks. Whether you opt for the knotted or braided bun in support of the troops, these looks are not only practical for Veteran’s Day, but any occasion,” Suave Professionals Celebrity Stylist Jenny Cho told HollywoodLife.com.
Here’s how to get the knotted bun look:
“Step 1: Prep damp hair with Suave Professionals® Luxe Style Infusion Light Weight Weather Proof Cream and then blow-dry hair.
Step 2: Part hair down the center to the back of your neck and secure into two low ponytails. Knot the two sections together and repeat through the length of your hair.
Step 3: Secure with hair pins and mist Suave Professionals® Luxe Style Infusion Anti-Humidity Spray to keep the hairstyle frizz resistant for up to 72 hours.”
And now, the braided bun:
“Step 1: Wash and condition hair with Suave Professionals® Sea Mineral Infusion Moisturizing Body Shampoo & Conditioner. After blow drying, gather hair at the nape of the neck and secure in a ponytail.
Step 2: Piece ponytail into multiple sections and braid each tightly, securing with a clear elastic.
Step 3: One by one, wrap the braids around the base of the ponytail and pin into place. Finish with a spritz of Suave Professionals® Luxe Style Infusion Plump Hold Hairspray for extra hold.”
Veteran’s Day Hairstyles — Military Hair Tutorial
Here’s where you come in:
Share your military-inspired hairstyle on Veteran’s Day on social media and tag #ShareBeauty and/or @DulceCandy to support Suave as they donate 10,000 products to troops overseas!
Do you know anyone serving in the military?
— Dory Larrabee-Zayas