Every girl deserves to be at her best during that very important day in her life: her wedding day. Everything needs to be perfect; from her whole wedding ensemble down to the tiniest detail in her wedding reception. So to help all the bride-to-be's out there, here are some tips on choosing the perfect hairstyle amidst all options out there. There are a lot of hairstyles to choose from and it should be planned extensively.
Wedding styles tip # 1: Daytime or evening wedding?
There are hairstyles that go specifically for daytime and evening activities. A day ceremony is usually considered as an informal affair so brides can wear their hair down and showcase some loose curls. Curls are perfect for a romantic look and are good for short hair with all-over curls, or a long mane with cascading curls. However, rules of wedding hairstyles change when it comes to a night time event. Thus, it is best to consult with a professional about this. Updos are always great for formal evening affairs. Updos are perfect for all weddings especially if the bride wants to showcase her shoulders and neck. They are also best known for enhancing the bride's features as since it sweeps hair off the face. Example of classic updos that are best for day and night include the French twist, chignon, and other half-up hairstyles.
Wedding styles tip # 2: Wedding gown first, hairstyle second.
Wedding hairstyles should complement the gown. Thus, professional stylists suggest that the perfect time to plan the bride's look is after the gown has been selected. Certain shapes and fit of gowns go with specific hairstyles. For instance, fitted gowns call for elegant and smooth hairstyles whereas flowing long gowns are better suited for softer ones. Fabrics are also helpful in determining the right hairstyle. Light fabrics will complement wispy curls and textured hair whereas heavy fabrics demand structured barrel curls or smooth hair. Notice how a chiffon
wedding dress looks very beautiful when the bride wears a loose pouf in the back?
Wedding styles tip # 3: Bridal fairs, bridal flairs!
Aside from a trusted hair salon, there are a lot of other rich resources that brides can utilize to help her in her decision making process. Bridal magazines are rich sources of information. Soon to be wives can also go to bridal fairs and other wedding expos. Not only can they see various wedding hairstyles, they can also get to talk to specialists regarding key wedding elements such as gowns, flowers, entourage, reception, etc. But of course, nothing beats the advice that a personal hairstylist can give when it comes to one's over-all look.
Final note for all the brides: bring the wedding gown when it is time to visit your stylist. If it is not possible, bring a picture and a sample fabric. Also, do not forget to schedule several appointments so it will be possible to try several looks for D-day. Finally, wear something that will resemble the neckline of the bridal gown. Melanie Libatique