Here’s How To Get Eniko Parrish’s Wedding Hair

Eniko Parrish

Photo Credit: Suzanne Delawar


Look #1

For Eniko’s first look, César started on clean, dry hair and applied a few small pumps of Mizani Foam Wrap on to build volume at the roots. Then, he fingered comb hair to create body and movement all over while blow drying the foam wrap. “This creates a nice natural messy texture,” he said.

Once dry, he clipped in small wefts of Indique Pure Wavy hair to add even more volume. “After I achieved the fullness I wanted, I cut her into a long bob using my Karg K-Wide Shears which are great for dry cutting.” He blended the hair and defined the wave pattern with a flatiron and finished by spraying each layer with MIZANI HRM.

Eniko Parrish

Photo Credit: Suzanne Delawar

Look #2

This tousled French updo was created in just a few minutes. “As a celebrity stylist, it very important to be able to work under pressure. My change over time was cut short, but I was prepared and able to go into look two in 5 minutes,” said the Mizani Global Artistic Director.

With the texture already set, Cesar parted Eniko’s hair into 3 sections. First from front to back and then left and right. He then twisted the back section into a French twist using hair pins to keep it in place.Then, he pinned back each side into the twist and pulled the fringe area out with some random pieces to create a messy look. He finished the look with Mizani HRM spray for a light hold.

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