Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Bridal Hair


Getting married is truly a dream comes true, you’ve finally met the man you want to spend the rest of your life with. When selecting your wedding jewelry, your gown, your shoes and your dress, your hairstyle will be the completed look to pull everything together. This year’s styles are right in line with celebrity looks from the red carpet. Braids are a great addition to add something modern to your bridal hairstyle, or play around with hair accents such as hair wreaths, veils, and even hats. You can also use floral accents to add to your hairstyle if you are getting married in a warm season. Key trends to play around with for 2013 are hair twists, creative undoes, braids, headpieces, soft romantic curls, deep waves, and ponytails.

















Here are some top tips that will help you choose the right bridal hairstyles for your wedding day.
Grow your hair a few months before the wedding. This will give you more options in choosing the right hairstyle that will suit you. This will save the cost of acquiring hair extensions if needed.
Consider a wedding venue – beach or church. A soft flowing curls style long hair or short hair and sassy style may be more suited for the beach. A traditional up do hair style may not be suitable for a church or a fairy tale wedding theme.
Have you ever wondered if there is a perfect bridal hairstyles picture for you on your wedding day? You’ve seen all the glossy bridal magazines and still not sure whether a certain hairstyle looked amazing and beautiful on the celebrity or model is right for you. You even try to imagine yourself in one hairstyle.
Do not panic, with some professional help from a hair stylist bride or even female friends, you’ll have the most perfect hair style for your wedding day.
One of bridal hairstyles with veil are the most popular for brides with medium length hair is half display. In this hairdo, the stylist will pull the front of the bride’s hair back, and leave the rest flowing down. Seeing this tends to work well for any formality of wedding. Before applying the hair style you choose you have to treat your hair a few months prior. It will be three months in ideal. Wash your hair in warm water, use a shampoo and conditioner best, cut the ends of your hair with razor for better growth.





Wedding day is supposed to be one of the best and splendid days in one's life. It is the only time to make their dreams come true. Other than wedding arrangements, preparation of wedding couple is also of greater importance. Bride must plan their wedding dress, makeup, and jewelry and hair style well in advance. Here is a short description on bridal hair styles.

Bun Hair Style













To get some different look but keeping with traditional bun hair style you can move the bun from center of the head to the side. It looks very stylish. I recommend this hair style to the brides who have prominent eyes and
broad face cut


Twisted Bun Hair Style

Bun hair style is considered as traditional bridal hair style. In this style all of the hair is collected together and twisted to form a bun. After making a bun, different accessories or flowers are used to adorn the bun for elegant look. This hair style is very suitable for brides having long hair.
Side Bun Hair Style















Twisted bun hair style also looks very nice. It is also suitable for the brides who have a short length of hair. You need to curl your hair and then collect them on a point in different styles.
This style looks very stylish. Different accessories can also be used to adorn the hair in this style.






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Curled Hair Style
You can make a different look than traditional look by curling your hair and then joining them on a point and leaving rest of hair to add to your style and beauty. This style is very suitable for brides having step cutting and short hair. Curled hair always looks very fair.
Bohemian Hair Style



















If you have long hair and don’t want to tie them then this hair style is very good for you. You may curl the hair and tie them with a crown. The hair will be loose at the back but away from the face. Brides having wavy hair must try this hair style.




 VIDEO: 

Hair Tutorial: Bridal/Formal Up do



 













At my wedding,
My hair was pulled up and the rest was loose.
With a touch of Babyliss
My hair was decorated with small white flowers.
All I remember from my hair design is that I had a headache from the pins, and when I got home I washed my hair fast...

 My husband and I








Wedding hair accessory ideas:

Headbands

Before you discard the thought of wearing a headband as being too Blair Waldorf, take a peek at some of the beautiful, sparkly bridal headbands and yes, even tiaras! If you are looking for just a subtle hair accessory, try a thin floral or embellished headband that can easily be incorporated into a down or half up half down hairstyle. Your hairstylist can easily style your hair into soft, pretty waves for a very natural look. Of course, if you want a little more bling, a thicker headband or tiara with lots of rhinestones may be more your thing. You can incorporate a tiara into an up do as well.




 

 

  

Flowers

Real or fake, flowers always make for a feminine hair piece and a lovely adornment to add to your hairstyle for your wedding day. They can be incorporated into updos, down and half up half down hairstyles. We especially love real flowers placed into the side of a down hairstyle for beautiful beach
brides.





  



See you on the next post.
Love,
Talila.