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Kell Skott shows us three different hairdos for different wedding styes.
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Female Speaker: So tell us what are we going to do today?
Kell Skott: We're going to do three different styles. We are going to do a straight forward blow dry with a little bit of twist to it and Charlie, one of our girls is going to do that. Then I'm going to do a classic chignon, and then we're going to do a little bit more of a signature hair up which is going to take little bit longer time and it's going to look fantastic.
Female Speaker: So I can have a hairdo for any wedding, any event, any taste.
Kell Skott: Yes. So that will give you a bit of an idea of what you can get.
Female Speaker: So what I have done is, I have rolled the hair into the brush and heated it up, and then with the hair dryer you can cool it down as well, just to set the hair into the curl, and then as you take out, just twist the brush.
Female Speaker: So, what's -- this is the sort of, when you can almost do yourself, sort of budget ones. What's the next step up for me?
Kell Skott: The next one would be classic chignon. Quite normal which you can build up and you are going to probably put maybe little bit just self look into it, just to make it a little bit bridal, but again, nothing too much, quite simple, nothing too much, but just elegant.
Female Speaker: Lovely, sounds great.
Kell Skott: So this spray I'm using here when I'm working, is a working spray. It's just quite dry. It doesn't glue up. So, I had been said I can brush it out if I am unhappy, but it's just that it is very light kind of spray. It's a great spray, it's a great spray also for you to, if like when you get married and stuff like that and you have that in a bag, all your bridesmaid have it in the back, and you can literally use it, because you can almost not over use it.
Female Speaker: So how are you holding that in place?
Kell Skott: So I'm literally using like a elastic band with a hook on. The hook on the other side, so I've hooked that in, and I just twisted it around on to, so that been said, anybody with lots of hair, anybody with fine here, and you still get a pretty good tight, like a hold to it. So literally I just want to do a little bit of back combing here, just to -- I can just have something to work with when I'm done twisting it around. I am just going through a few different things, few different shapes, where you want volume, where you want the balance depending on the face. And what you'll feel comfortable with, I saw many people coming in, or so many brides to be are coming in and saying, that I don't want anything -- I don't want anything special, because I want to look just natural. And I'm saying, well, you have a makeup, you've got a fantastic dress, you got earrings, you got the accessories, and then why not do the hair? It's all about getting the balance.
Female Speaker: This is perfect to have earrings, jewelry or so --.
Kell Skott: This is absolutely perfect, you can have a low dress, you can have neck place coming down with that. It would all be, this is sort of you're just fairly nice classic no fuss, no nonsense. And thank you very much and fairly easy to do.
Female Speaker: Oh, so lovely.
Kell Skott: This is little bit more than just your sort of your normal round chignon, just a little bit, but still fairly classic.
Female Speaker: So tell us what we're going to do next then?
Kell Skott: So the next one is a little bit more complicated. Little bit more up, and it's a little bit more advanced, like my style, signature bridal. Try to - this one of the first one I would try on the bride to be coming in, just to see what they are up to. And normally what I do, I do it quite quickly first, just to sort of keep the shape, not necessary the finished look, just to keep in shape, and so that when you get out, that will be really nice.
Female Speaker: Oh, that's me! Feel like I have been running through a meadow. Thank you so much.