Mandy Moore’s Romantic Wedding Style Includes a Pink Dress and a Floral Hairstyle
The millennial pink wedding bells have rung for newlywed Mandy Moore. This past weekend, Moore tied the knot with musician Taylor Goldsmith at her Los Angeles home in a non-traditional wedding dress and floral hairstyle.
In a modern play on the classic vintage style approach, the This Is Us actress swapped the usual all-white theme with a millennial pink hue. Moore opted for a custom Rodarte dress in the light pink tone. Her glam matched with monochromatic makeup. But the most captivating part of her wedding ensemble was her whimsical hair.
“Mandy’s pink dream wedding hair was inspired by her custom layered Rodarte dress,” Garnier brand hairstylist (and Moore’s BFF) Ashley Streicher said. “The perfect pale pink hue of the dress adorned with babies breath florals inspired a whimsical and romantic feel, while still remaining classic.” Streicher created subtle waves and meticulously placed flowers throughout.
To create the style for your big day (or just for fun), prep your hair with a volumizing spray or mousse (Streicher suggests Garnier Fructis Root Amp Root Lifting Spray Mousse ($4) and Garnier Fructis Style Full & Plush Mega Full Thickening Lotion ($4)), blow dry with a small round brush, and add a few Velcro rollers at the top of your head to seal in the volume. Part your hair into 2-inch sections, spritz lightweight hairspray from roots to ends, and curl with a 1 ¼-inch curling iron.
To encourage the curl to hold, pin each coil to the scalp with a small pin and let it cool for about 30 minutes. Brush out the curls, spritz on a little more hairspray, and lightly back comb your hair for a soft, fluffy wave. Part your hair down the middle, push both sides behind your ears, and secure your strands with bobby pins. As the final touch, glue baby’s breath onto your hair with eyelash glue.
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Photos via Ashley Streicher