Hairstyles For Brides

Posted in: Hairstyles for Brides, On the spot by admin | September 1st 2010 | 3 comments

Whether you are a future bride or you have been invited to a wedding, choosing the hairstyle is always a challenge. For future brides, style is as important as choosing the dress and makeup and, often, looking for an ideal hairstyle is excruciating.

How do you choose? First, you should set your hairstyle “criteria”. For example, if in your daily experiments you have seen that a ponytail does not look good on you, it is very clear that you should give up a bun type style on the wedding day.

Do not be greatly influenced by those around you. Eventually, just in case you feel that your style matches and that you are happy with the results you can take their opinion into account.

When choosing hairstyle for brides , you must take into account many things, such as the temperament, the age, the hair quality, the dress, the veil, the jewelry that will be worn on the wedding day and the time when the event takes place…

All these things must be discussed with the hairstylist before deciding upon the most appropriate hairstyle for the bride.
A major mistake is that the style does not match the hairstyle with the bride’s personality or when it might not be appropriate for her age. The outfit and the hairstyle for a bride must complete each other; if possible, they must be put into evidence. Another huge mistake is that the person who does the hairstyle is not informed about the dress. He does not know how it looks and the bride comes to the hair saloon on the last day, without having made a sample hairstyle before the wedding.

For brides with medium hair and long hair there are numerous variations. The short hair styling can be very attractive too: you can wax it and eventually choose a discreet place to put flowers or beads, depending on how the dress looks; you can also use hair extensions to make it look longer. For several years, the bride hairstyles are made so that the image obtained might be as romantic, with loop or cut and left open the hair tight areas with volume not exceeding width of the head and always representing the perfect finish, no matter how simple being a hairdresser might be.

In what concerns the choice of hairstyle, the bride must keep in mind two things: the length of the hair and, obviously, the type of the dress that she will be wearing. Generally, it is better to focus on a single piece. For example, if the dress is very busy and accessorized, the hairstyle will be simpler, casual. Depending on the bride’s wish, the stylist can try a sculpted hair. It will then take account of any slight defects of the face, which will be subdued with the chosen hairstyle.

The most common mistake if the bride’s hairstyle looks bad is the lack of communication with the stylist. A discussion with the stylist is essential, and is indicated that between the hairstylist and the bride to exist a relationship based on trust. A huge mistake is not testing the hairstyle some time before the wedding day. It is not recommended to do major changes in the last minute.

Usually, you must take the wedding theme into account and, according to this, you can choose the hairstyle: casual or natural, you can choose a retro hairstyle, with waves and hair accessories, or you can go up with Gothic themes, with harsh makeup and hairstyles carved – that is an option for an eccentric bride only.1

Written by , date Sep 01, 2010 in Hairstyles for Brides, On the spot

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