Bridal updos 2012

We make extensive use of the books shown here, they are all professionally written and extremely useful for both the Hair care Professional and the Bride to be. The majority of Bridal Updos even in 2012 don’t change particularly often thats why we recommend, Salon Ovations Braids and Updos as an excellent starting place.
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complete hair

The Complete Book of Hairstyling
An entertaining book for all readers, with easy to follow instructions for over 100 different Hairstyles. Full of beautiful specially commissioned pictures we just wish we were allowed to use at



Patrick Cameron: Dressing Long Hair
Dressing Long Hair goes a long way to demystifying many of the techniques used to create beautiful and complex styles. The books key feature is its effective use of step-by-step photos and descriptions to show exactly how the styles are achieved.

388 hairstyles

Great Hairstyles
338 styles – 128 pages.
As you can probably tell this book doesn’t go into great depth in how to achieve the looks shown, but what it does offer is an invaluable collection of styles to take to your stylist.



Hair Heroes
A collection of one-on-one interviews with 12 of the most influential stylists working today. If your interested in future trends and the cutting edge, this is a must read.

Braided updos

SalonOvations’ Braids and Bridal Updos Made Easy
A how to manual for the latest braids and Bridal Updos 2012, the perfect place to find wedding hairstyles.

Hairstyles Magazine

Hair Style Of The Month Magazine
We love this Magazine! If you need to stay current with all that’s happening in the World of Hair fashion, this is for you. The only gripe we have is its a Tad expensive but then, you get what you pay for.

Hair Magazine Hair Magazine

Another regular subscription here at, lots of useful info aimed squarely at professionals.