The wedding season has started and although it's a fun time for hairdressers, it can be a little stressful for the bride in the lead up to the big day. There is so much to get ticked off that list.
Choosing the right style that works for you can be tough.
Where do you start? Well, I love wedding hair and the creativity it brings with it. I believe that the hairstyle needs to reflect your personality as well as match up with your dress.
So, I’ve put this blog together to give you a little help along the way. The dress is lined up so it's time to finish your bridal look with the perfect hairstyle. You'll want to choose something that's on trend but also timeless for those everlasting photos. You need to feel comfortable in the style you chose and it needs to stay in place throughout the day.
Having a trial with your hairdresser is advisable. It's a great way to make sure that whatever you have in mind, actually looks good on you. If you have nothing in mind, then you can try multiple styles to see what you do and do not like. This allows you to create a unique hairstyle for your big day. If your hairdresser can access your hair type before the big day, they will also be well prepared for any obstacles that may come their way if your hair is particularly difficult.
Take a look at my pinterest board for a little inspiration if you need to or for more information on booking a trial, click here
Some brides like to keep it simple. If you are considering doing your own hair on the day, I hope that the information below will help you.
For those who aren’t quite skilled enough to create detailed up dos involving numerous amounts of pins, products and know how.
Always blow dry the hair smooth first and add any curls or waves needed before you place any of the other details in the hair sytle.
Accessories are great for transforming simply styles, adding a little extra touch. Better still, it's something that we can all do. If you’re not very good with your hair, these kind of little beauties will really help you out.
Placing delicate flowers, beads or butterflies in your hair will help finish your wedding look nicely.
Floral, beaded or stoned headbands are also perfect if you’re wearing your hair down. Don’t forget, you can add a little sea salt spray to give the ends a bit of extra texture. Great if your hair is fine or silky.
Going simple can be extremely elegant- I personally love these easy to create feminine looks.
If you need some inspiration, Click here to view my Pinterest board -'Easy to create- Wedding hair '
If you think you need extra assistance on how to create simple styles. This board will guide you through the basics.
Congratulations and I hope you have a truly magical day.