How to Choose Your Wedding Hairstyle
How to choose your wedding day hairstyle. Are you more of a classic sleek bun girl or a loose wavy curls girl? Whichever option you prefer best, both are great options for your important wedding day! Bride, it is essential that you choose the hairstyle that you love and feel comfortable in for your entire wedding day. You are already beautiful, your hair and makeup will only give you a gorgeous pop! Also, it is key that you have a hair trial before the wedding day, so you can make sure it is the hairstyle you really want. Here are some tips for choosing your wedding hair look.
Think About the Weather: If the weather is sizzling hot and sticky or you’re getting married in the summertime, it would be preferable to choose a graceful updo. This way your hair will be out of the way and it won’t get frizzy throughout the day with the humidity. If your wedding is in the fall/winter or in a venue, then any hairstyle will be spectacular!
Figure Out Your Hair Thickness and Length: If your hair is super thick, you can definitely pull off curly waves or a sturdy updo. Also, you can place a decorative bridal clip or headpiece to finish off your wedding look. Another beautiful bonus is a princess tiara or an added twisted braid. If your hair is not very thick or fairly thin, please do not worry at all! You can add more volume to your hair by teasing it or placing hair extensions. Both of these options are considerable just if you really want to, but not necessary!
Know Your Dress Style: If your wedding dress is open from the back, it would be best to have an updo/low bun to show off the beautiful back of your stunning dress. If you have lovely short hair, then this also helps to show off the back of an open back dress or a heart shaped dress. An updo/low-bun also goes well with a dress full of sparkles and intricate details or a high neck dress, so your hair won’t get stuck on the incredible details. If your dress is off the shoulders or with thin/thick straps, you can show off some wavy curls or a half up half down look!