Every bride wishes to feel beautiful and gorgeous on her wedding day, and for that she needs to have a wonderful dress and complimenting accessories, makeup and hairstyle. In this article we’ll talk about wedding hairstyles, and we’ll begin by saying that one mustn’t choose their hairstyle before having the wedding dress because that should influence the way they style their hair.
Wedding hairstyles can be spectacular and a bit exaggerated because it is a special occasion, but they also have to be comfortable and resistant so they last for the whole evening and the bride will still look nice and fresh at the end of the day. While most brides opt for convoluted hair buns, short-haired women have fewer styling options. However, if your hair is short yet you want your wedding hairstyles to be impressive and princess-like, you can opt to have some hair extensions attached for the occasion. Hair salons these days are very professional and skilled, so if you opt for a more expensive treatment your extensions will look so good that nobody will be able to tell it’s not your own hair.
Wedding hairstyles are also influenced by the location of the wedding, so if you plan on having an outdoor wedding make sure your hairdo will last when faced with windy situations or very warm temperatures. Try not to get complicated wedding hairstyles that require too many hairpins and too much hairspray for an outdoor wedding because you need to be constantly on the move, entertaining guests, dancing, dealing with organizational issues and so on. You want to move freely and not worry about such trivial matters as wedding hairstyles.
A way to make wedding hairstyles truly beautiful is by attaching precious and delicate tiaras, ornate hairpins, flowery bobby pins or actual flowers. If you want to have a veil as well you can easily attach it to the hair with hairpins, or on the tiara. But if what you want is a simple, yet elegant hairstyle, you can opt for the stylish fish weave that is so popular these days. This kind of hairstyle works best with very long hair, so that the fishtail can gently rest on one of your shoulders. Decorate the weave with jewelry or flowers and you’ll have the perfect wedding hairstyle. No matter what you opt for in the end – and your stylist’s input should be valuable in this matter –, just make sure it’s something that matches your dress and features and that it feels comfortable.