1. Choose the right wedding hairstyle
Wedding hair selection is endless! Before you feel overwhelmed, take a deep breath, and consider some key factors first:
How about your clothes
Your hair should not compete with clothing but should complement it. If your clothes are simple, you can choose a more dramatic hairstyle. If your dress is a luxurious ball gown full of embellishments and shiny details, consider using a more subtle but elegant decoration. If your dress has a gorgeous backless design, choose a side ponytail or braid to show off.
What are the length, volume, and texture of your hair?
It’s easy to fall in love with the intricate Pinterest hairstyle, but find that your hair is not long or thick enough to pull it out. In this case, consider only looking for hairstyles that can be done on short hair. Otherwise, you can wear hair extensions to achieve your dream hairstyle.
Also, it is essential to remember that the texture of the hair plays a critical role in the wedding hairstyles used throughout the day and the hair accessories that may be worn. Therefore, you can consider using a small jewelry hairpin or soft vines to increase the hairstyle.
Veil or no veil?
Will you wear a veil on the wedding day? If so, remember, “the veil will smash the phenomenon of poor ventilation,” Heather warned. Choose a stronger wedding hairstyle, such as low bread, instead of a soft, slender, loose hairstyle to preserve the wedding hairstyle when wearing a veil.
2. Do a trial run ahead of time
Once we have determined our favorite hairstyle, we cannot emphasize the importance of trying on with a hairstylist. Only when the style is recreated in real life, the small characters “oh no’s” will appear. Is your hair long enough to be secured all day? Do you have enough hair to make the hairstyle look as full and moving as the photos you see? Does your hair texture and face look good? It’s best to resolve these last-minute surprises in advance, rather than putting pressure on the week before the wedding (or even worse)!
3. Bring a visual reference to your hairstylist, but don’t get too much!
Providing the hairstylist with the photos you are looking for will help avoid any misunderstandings and misunderstandings. After all, everyone has an entirely different idea of perfect soft waves or bumps. However, make sure to reduce the visual range to 3-5 images, because too many inspirational photos may complicate the process and cause confusion.
“This decision may be a little overwhelming! Your hairstylist can tell you and usually show you some different styles of appearance. At the end of the experiment, you will usually determine the direction you want to go,” Brittany says
4. Should you make your hair for the wedding?
If your only perfect hairstyle is a ponytail, it may be a good idea to consider finding a professional hairstylist for your wedding hairstyle. If you like to play with hair and have mastered some skills, then you can create the most beautiful wedding hairstyle by yourself. Check out the online tutorial and spend some time practicing and perfecting your hairstyle in the months before the wedding, so that you can easily style your hair. It is also a good idea to have a close friend or family member (maybe your bridesmaid?) practice your wedding hairstyle so that she can lend a helping hand on important days.
It is essential to realize that there is no need to put something on top of your wedding day. It is surprising how much a hairstylist will charge to create the simplest hairstyle. Simple soft curls or half curls are super relaxing and elegant. Most of the time, complicated haircuts can easily reproduce themselves at home.
If you decide to try your hairstyle, we recommend that you practice before essential days. Be sure to carry the hairstyle with you throughout the day so you can walk around and dance to see if the hairstyle will last (prompt for hairspray!)
5. Don’t get a haircut before the wedding.
Or any other drastic hair is changing or dyeing work because they are so unpredictable. Instead, Brittany recommends planning and trimming your hair a few weeks before the big day to make it look healthy. “A lot of brides skip this step and try to make the length of the lock as long as possible, but this will help the split ends, fly the pendulum, and of course, can fuse the hair with the extensions.” A few months before the wedding In, please make sure to keep moisturizing and moisturizing of the lock.
If you do go this way and find yourself in an unfortunate predicament, hair extension can save the day.