Perfect Hair For Your Perfect Day – A Guide To Choosing Your Wedding Day Hairstyle
Every bride to be has so much to worry about when it comes to the big day, and a big part of most of this is the bride herself!
From the Dress to the shoes to hair and makeup, it all ties together for a flawless, beautiful, elegant look for the Happily Ever After.
Here are some professional tips for choosing hair for your Special day!
Things to consider first:
Hair Length, Hair Texture, Dress style, desired hair pieces (Veil, pins, extensions, etc.)
Once your hair reaches your shoulders, Updos are always possible with your natural hair.
With care, products, and time, a stylist can achieve volume and mobility in the hair for gorgeous updo looks.
With hair texture ranging in Fine, Medium, Coarse, different care is to be done to keep the hair in its best shape and cause the least amount of breakage for the desired style. You always want to be as gentle on the hair as you can, your hair is a big representation of who you are!
One of the biggest sights any bride wishes to show off is her Dress! The gorgeous gown is one of the highlights of the day, and your hair should accentuate both our face, facial makeup and the style of the dress you are in.
With any dress you can wear any style you desire, that is 100% up to preference.
However, if you are having a hard time deciding what you want for your big day, you can consider these things!
If your dress is Strapless, it is much more common to have a half up half down style. This style can be accomplished in several ways.
If your dress has straps/halter top/high neckline/sleeves, a full updo is usually a better option. This option helps to show the full beauty for what your dress is, as well as showcase your beautiful face and facial makeup for your Big day!
Updo styles can be either Sleek and clean, or Tousled and messy. Both style types are absolutely stunning, and are preference to the style the bride prefers.
Styles and updos need to be based around your veil/extensions/pins, to be able to best hold them in place, and make them look the best they can in the hair. Especially Extensions, to be able to cover them and make them look as natural as possible. Specialty pins like Pearls, Gemstones, decorative, Hair Combs, etc. should be planned accordingly. Having too many would distract from other factors for the bride, and not enough would make them a useless addition to the style the bride is going for.
With any other questions and concerns you may have about your Special Day, you may absolutely reach out to me. Each bride is an individual and deserves to be treated as such, no bride is a Cookie Cutter image of the next! Hair density/texture and style will differ from person to person, making each decision unique.
Written by: Brookelyn Golden