Choosing a right hairstyle for your wedding

Getting married is one of the most exiting times in a bride’s life, and choosing a wedding hairstyle can be one of the most overwhelming decisions to make. Bridal hair styling is a piece of art that is really one of a kind. Vintage, rustic, beach bliss, urban chic, traditional elegant or boho? Its for you to decide which one feels right for your personality and which one you are comfortable in.

Vintage.

Bridal hair trends come and go, but vintage styles scream classy and timeless. Pin curls, side sweep and old Hollywood waves are three vintage styles that originated in years past, but are still favorites among brides on their special day.

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Rustic.

Less polished or fussy, more natural hairstyle, such as informal braid or casual topknot, fits right in. Soft waves and sideswept bangs will finish the look.

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Beach bliss.

Fresh, seemingly effortless, and simply beautiful hairstyle to enhance the brides natural beauty is the best option for a beach weddings.

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Urban chic.

A glamorous urban chic updo exudes grace and charm for every modern bride. It can be created by mixing straight and curly hairstyles, wearing some sleek looking undoes or using extensions to create fuller and longer hairstyles.

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 Traditional elegant.

Classic style that can be worn in a variety of ways, from messy and tousled to smooth and neat chignons. It’s the perfect style to accommodate veils and other hair accessory.

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Boho.

There are several boho style options for adoring your hair. A loose updo with pieces untucked, half up half down or just simply down looks are options to wear on your wedding day. Skip the veil and wear a flower tiara, simple net veil or beaded headband in your hair instead.

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Veil is not something everyone chooses to wear, but many feel that it is the clearest way to distinguish oneself as the bride. If you choose to wear a one, be sure to choose a style and color that matches your dress and and complements the shape of your face. It can either be attached high up on the crown of your head or further down on your neck, and if you want you can also ask your hairstylist to attach it loosely to make it easier to remove after the wedding ceremony.In addition to the veil, there plenty of hair accessories to choose from, for example a tiara,, head band, or diadem, and decorations such as gemstones, pearls, or flowers.

Remember that your choice of hairstyle will be limited by the veil, so be sure to tell your stylist that you will be wearing one.When you decide what style to go with make sure you book your appointment well ahead of time. It’s always nice to set up a trial run through about a month before the wedding. That way you can make sure that you and your hairdresser are both on the same page.