Amal Alamuddin's soft, sleek wedding hair: Get the look

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Amal Alamuddin's soft, sleek wedding hair: Get the look
And there it is! Amal's gorgeous Oscar de la Renta wedding gown for her big day.
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin arrive on September 29, 2014 at the palazzo Ca Farsetti in Venice, for a civil ceremony to officialise their wedding. 
Amal was wearing a picture-perfect Stella McCartney pantsuit for the ceremony.
It's official! After their civil ceremony, this pair is husband and wife.
The beautiful couple on their "Amore" taxiboat.
Married couple George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are seen outside Hotel Cipriani September 28, 2014 in Venice, Italy.
A close-up shot of Amal's lovely wedding band - a skinny, classic diamond ring.
The happy couple! George waves, showing off his classic wedding band.
The "eternal bachelor" is no longer a bachelor! 
Crowds gather to see Hollywood's hunk and his beautiful bride.
They really are a gorgeous couple, don't you think?
Amal looked stunning in a long-sleeved white lace Giambattista Valli dress, embellished with pink floral motifs.
The newlyweds couldn't stop smiling as they boarded a taxiboat in the Canal Grande.
Their boat on the Canal Grande was fittingly named "Amore."
A close-up photo showing both Amal and George's wedding bands, as well as more detail on her stunning Giambattista Valli dress.
Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney and Lebanese-British lawyer Amal Alamuddin married in Venice on Saturday before partying the night away with their A-list friends in one of the most high-profile celebrity weddings in years. 
George arrives for his wedding -- looking impossibly dapper -- at Aman Hotel. 
A-List wedding guests Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Matt Damon and Luciana Damon attend the ceremony dressed to the nines.
Are those the ringbearers?! So cute.
Cindy Crawford and husband Rande Gerber (rumored to be George's best man) prepare to board a taxi boat that will take them to George and Amal's nuptials.
George laughs adorably as he stands on a taxi boat with father-in-law Ramzi Alamuddin on the Grand Canal on his way to the ceremony.
George heads out on the town for his Bachelor party in Venice.
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski are all dolled up the night before George and Amal's wedding festivities.
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin arrive in Venice on September 26, 2014.

George and Amal, holding a bag bearing the logo A&G (Amal and George), arrive at Venice's Piazzale Roma on the eve of their wedding. Amal is wearing a gorgeous striped Dolce & Gabbana dress.

The soon-to-be-married couple took a taxiboat upon their arrival in Venice, looking madly in love.
Now THAT is a diamond! Amal Alamuddin's engagement ring.
Clooney was wearing a classic grey suit and silver watch by OMEGA.
George and Amal are all smiles in Venice.
They met in Venice, and they'll seal their love in that same city this weekend -- also, please turn your eyes to that ROCK. 

The new Mrs. George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin, took our breath away time and again this weekend as she and her now-husband stepped out in Venice, Italy to celebrate their nuptials. The bride wore lots of memorable looks -- from Dolce & Gabbana to Giambattista Valli -- but her final look might just be our favorite (until we see that Oscar de la Renta wedding gown, that is!).

On Monday, George and Amal sealed the deal for their wedding, taking part in a civil ceremony to officially become man and wife. Amal wore a gorgeous cream and navy Stella McCartney pantsuit, with her hair down and soft under an oversized hat. We have to say, the glowing bride's ensemble was made picture-perfect by her soft, sleek hair, don't you think?

You could get this look by heading to your local Drybar, but it's such a classic hairstyle that we wanted to break it down for how to get it at home. Your most important tools? Hairdryer, a round brush, and some sleek, shine-inducing finishing product.
  1. Go slow. When you're drying your hair, take your time. Dry it in parts, and make sure that each piece is completely dry before moving on.
  2. Use your round brush (we recommend a larger barrel for loose, bouncy waves - but if your hair is on the shorter side, a smaller barrel will work) to slightly curl your hair as you go. We love this Ceramic Barrel Boar Bristle Round Brush from MoroccanOil.
  3. Make sure you're drying down the hair shaft -- point your dryer towards the floor as you go -- to smooth your strands.
  4. If you want extra bounce, you can pin your hair up in loose curls as you go.
  5. When you're finished drying, apply a smoothing cream to tame any fly-aways. We like Drybar's The Chaser Shine Pomade.
  6. Finally, finish it off with a light mist of hairspray. We'd choose a loose-hold (like Fekkai Sheer Hold Hair Spray) so that your hair still has lots of movement.
And voila! Click through the gallery above for even more photos of the beautiful couple!
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