The most common locks you’ll find in the UK are locks with a straight edge, which can be used for the locks to hang up, or a box braiding.
They are sometimes referred to as box braid locks or box braid locks, and they are very popular with bridesmaids and bridesmen.
The locks are made from wood and can be styled as they want, such as a long, curved bar, a straight bar, or an oval.
Here’s how to make the most stylish locks for your wedding day.1.
Choose a lockbox braiding style: The box braiders have a more feminine look, with straight edges and the box shape.
These are not for brides, but for anyone wanting to make their locks look more feminine.
A box braider locks can be made to fit in the bride’s wedding gown, but they are not recommended for bridal showers.2.
Start by cutting the lock box in half.
Cut one half to fit the bride and one half for the groom.
Cut the bride half in half so the lock can be easily removed, and the groom half in halves so the bride can get her locks straightened.3.
Trim off excess hair from the lock.
To make a box bridal lock, trim all the excess hair off the top and sides of the lock, so the hair won’t stick to the box.
You can also remove some hair from one side of the box, or remove some of the hair at the back of the locks.4.
Place the locks on top of each other, using a lock cutter to cut through the box and trim the locks, as well as the hair on the sides and the back.5.
Add more hair at each end to create a braid.6.
Tie the locks with wire, or secure them with a hair tie, a bun, or any other decorative attachment.7.
Place a lockpick in the middle of the bun to pull it tight.8.
Finish off with a bobby pin.9.
Trimmings can be placed over the locks and/or used to make your locks more formal.
For example, you can add some bobby pins, or hair clips to the ends of the ends.
You might want to add some pins to the end of the braid to create the bun.10.
Keep the locks neat and tidy, and don’t overdo the decoration, which is best with a lock like this.