Wedding Hairstyles - A new bride to-be would plan

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Wedding Hairstyles - A new bride to-be would plan

Post by natasha » Sep 16, 2007 Views: 1449

One of the things that a bride should worry least about on her wedding day is her hairstyle. Nonetheless this is rarely ever the case. A new bride-to-be would plan from months before what she would look like on her wedding day, and apart from her gown, the hairstyle is the next biggest part of her finished look that would make all the difference.

The first thing a bride-to-be should consider when trying to decide on a wedding hairstyle is whether or not she would be wearing a veil or a tiara. This would make all the difference with regards to the type of hairstyle that she should choose. Secondly to consider about the bride’s hairstyle is her hair length – you cannot very well decide you want the curls and all when you have short straight hair! Finally the bride should consider if she wants her hair up or down, and which would be compliment her features on her wedding day.

First of all, the wedding veil is an important part of the wedding gown. While some would choose not to opt for one, many brides are more conventional and would want the wedding veil and the whole nine yards at the wedding event. If you opt to go with the wedding veil on your wedding day, then you have to decide on the hairstyle that best compliments that veil. If you wish to have your hair open and loose on your wedding day, then make sure that the veil is longer than your hair length. Also, lighter veils are best for the hair being left open – a heavy veil would tend to pull the hair downwards and thus undo the body that you may have added to your loose hair – whether it is the elegant curls or the simple waves. For the bride who wishes to keep her hair up for her wedding, she must decide if the wedding veil should sit at the top of her hairstyle, or if the hairstyle should sit at the top of the veil. The latter would be the case for the really intricate hairstyle that the bride may wish to show off.

Secondly, the length of the bride’s hair is a very critical issue to consider when planning the hairstyle for that big day. While hair extensions are a possibility, most brides would prefer to be as natural as possible on one of the biggest and most amazing days of their lives. For the short hair, the bride could consider pinups with soft accents framing the face. A bride-to-be with short hair also has the option of growing her hair naturally months before her wedding if she desires a style that requires longer hair.

Finally, the bride either has the option of letting her hair loose for the wedding ceremony, or choosing an elaborate updo. The hair styled up is one of the more popular choices, and has been a classic hairstyle for all formal occasions from generations gone to generations now.

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