It is a bit of a cliché, but your hair is really the jewel in the crown, especially in their wedding day. After choosing your wedding dress, finding a hairstyle that will flatter you and make you look amazing it is almost certain to be the next job on your list.
Choosing The Perfect Wedding Hairstyle
Try different looks
First, we recommend that you experiment with different styles in advance. Although nothing too drastic you might regret, as have all the hair cut or color change dramatically.
For starters, go online to start and start your own mood board. When you have some ideas to take with his barber for a couple of test sessions. Take all the time you do not want to be making decisions in the last couple of weeks before your wedding day, that would only add to the stress factor. The time of year you’ll also get married will affect your hair – you may want to go for outstanding sunkissed if you are having a summer wedding or opt for something darker that makes more of a statement if getting married in winter .
How will your hair fit your gown?
Of course, the style of dress you have chosen will play an important role in the type of hairstyle you choose. Think of your neck, if you are wearing long sleeves and dress. If you are using something with a high neckline that your hair will look better in an updo. For a wedding day boho style you may want to bring your hair long and flowing. Something vintage could be better with a ‘dirty’ updo hairstyle or a period, or how about a bob-style Great Gatsby?
Many brides choose to grow your hair long for their wedding day so they can have an updo, but really short hair is better adapted, then it is not necessary. Anne Hathaway had to cut her long hair for his role in Les Miserables and she brought back the pixie crop in trend. You can dress your hair with a wreath or a veil cage can look fabulous with a shorter style.
If you are using a very traditional and formal wedding dress, maybe something with sleeves, then a classic chignon or French pleat suits your look to perfection. If you want to add a detail or accessory use a bright haircomb.
Take your place in consideration
You should think about how your hairstyle will work with its headquarters. “I caught a style that is formal enough to go with my dress, but also works with our outdoor wedding,” says real girlfriend Angela.
If you are having a destination wedding then the heat could be a factor. “When I married in Cuba, I wanted my hair pulled back of my neck,” says Facebook girlfriend Danielle. “That way there would be too hot.”
Use your hair type to your advantage
If you have fine hair and has never tried hair extensions, then this could be a good opportunity to try a new look. A real girlfriend said she decided to have extensions because she did not want a collected as never wears her hair up and down instead wanted a fuller do.
Other brides love their curls and make them work in his eyes. Michelle said she had a “down Curly I do with a modern twist braid side.”
What about hair accessories?
Tiaras are a fixture of the classic wedding and if you are thinking of using one needs to think about how your hair is going to work with him. If you have frizzy hair can have to calm him down. “My hair is naturally curly and I could not see my tiara, so I had straightened,” says real girlfriend Amanda.
If you are not really a tiara kind of girl who has a lot of other options. There’s the look cage veil, which is great if you are having a vintage wedding. If you go for a kind of bohemian, romantic look and then keep his long hair and maybe just decorate with floral detail. A classic look for a destination wedding is getting a local exotic flower behind the ear for a ‘just walked on the beach’ look.
Our advice? Enjoy all the different wedding seems available and make sure you are happy with the style and finally choose what you really are. Remember that your husband wants to recognize that when walking down the aisle!