Which hairstyle to choose for your wedding…

Q: Which Hairstyles Are Right For A Formal Wedding? Casual?
A: The single most important thing about a wedding hairstyle is that it makes you feel beautiful.  That said, just about any style can be tailored to fit the formality of your wedding.Black-Tie Wedding: The most common hairstyle for a black-tie wedding (the most formal type of event) is the updo. The updo can range from a smooth chignon, to a complicated design of braids and curls pinned and pulled together by your stylist. In general, off the shoulders is the rule, and regal elegance is the goal.

Formal Wedding: An updo works well at a formal wedding, too; in fact, the most-wanted hairstyle for the last few years was a tight, sleek bun with side-parted bangs. However, if you’d like to let your hair down, a half-up, half-down style is a beautiful compromise. Your stylist will sweep the front section of your hair back, up, or to the side, and anchor it with a pretty accessory, while letting the rest of your hair fall loose. This style is extremely versatile and the perfect middle ground between formal and casual.

Semi-Formal Wedding: The sky’s the limit for a semi-formal wedding. If you steer towards an updo, consider one that is soft and less structured. The half-up, half-down style works well, and loose hair is perfectly acceptable. If you’re leaving your hair down, however, make sure it’s a polished look; tousled doesn’t mean messy, and straight doesn’t mean flat. Think sleek pageboy, or a riot of perfectly formed curls.

Casual Wedding: A casual wedding doesn’t require a specific style, but whatever you choose should still be polished. If you want to go with your usual style, dress it up a little with some product and a professional blow dry. If you’d like an updo, consider a structured ponytail, or a loose French twist with tendrils left loose.

Beach Wedding: A beach wedding is the perfect occasion for loose, styled hair. Hair left down can easily withstand ocean breezes, and is utterly romantic when paired with bare shoulders. A casual updo like pretty curls piled on top of your head can work well sea side, too, but stay away from anything super structured.

Beach Wedding hair ideas

Q: What Are Some Hairstyle Options For A Beach Wedding?
A: A beach wedding evokes visions of tousled curls cascading down a bride’s shoulders or a partial updo with fresh flowers tucked behind the ear. Another popular style is a loose bun, such as a chignon, with a side-swept bang. Whichever romantic look you choose, don’t forget to factor in the effects of a breeze. You’ll want to select a style that will withstand the wind so you’ll stay picture-perfect all day.

Wedding Hair Accessories

Wedding Hair Accessories
Veils, Tiaras, Headbands, & Flowers…Go Faux!
 Another important factor when choosing the right wedding hair style is your accessories. Nowadays, many women are loosing the traditional veil and opting to go with more

 

casual accessories, such as, headbands or flowers, which look best when paired with soft, simple hairstyles. If you choose to go with the traditional veil, a tightly curled or braided updo or a half up half down hairstyle looks the best. Often, the movement of your veil against your wedding hairstyle can disrupt your  hairstyle so it’s best to go faux if you want your hairdo to stay looking flawless. Want to look like a princess  on your wedding day? A sparkling tiara can be the perfect touch. Tiaras look best when paired with an elegant updo.


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