Now that you have the perfect wedding dress... your will want to consider looking at bridal hair styles to start testing out with your hair stylist.
You have to consider the texture and length of your hair to determine which wedding hairstyles will look best on you.
Also remember... before you can choose your tiara, hair ornaments or veil you need to know how you plan to wear your hair.
Yes, you need to make sure that your hair style compliments your dress. Especially if you are wearing a wedding dress that has a theme to it.
For example, if you are wearing a vintage wedding dress style from a particular era, you may want to wear a hairstyle that reflect that time.
"Hollywood glam" is a theme that puts you in mind of certain hairstyles from old Hollywood movies.
For most wedding dress necklines, an up-do bridal hair style works.
But when would it be best to choose a style where you wear your hair down or do a combination of an up and down hairstyle?
Your wedding day hair style must compliment your face shape and body stature.
There are other areas that include the length of your neck, the size
of your ears, as well as the height of your hairline that you need to
consider when picking a wedding hairstyle.
I know that this may all seem complicated. But this is where you need to consult a professional hair stylist for advice. if you are using a professional they will know what to do.
If you are going to do your own hair for the wedding... it still is good to consult a stylist for tips.
"I know of a bride who went to the hair stylist several times during the weeks leading up to the wedding. She went 3 times the week of the wedding, trying to nail down that perfect wedding hair style. This added additional stress for her at a time she need to focus on other wedding things. Don't let this be you. Have this worked out before the week of the wedding!"
If you decide to try someone who you have never used before for your bridal hair style, it is very important that you have several practice sessions.
Some headpieces or tiaras are on combs and other have be pinned in. Let your stylist know if you will need to remove the tiara or veil during your day. This way they can make it easy for you to do so.
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