Saturday, June 17, 2006
New Wedding Hair Styles
The summer wedding season is here. Many brides are now scrambling to complete their total wedding look. Typically, the wedding hair style is the last detail to decide on---although it shouldn't be. Pre-planning your wedding hair style will do wonders for making your wedding day go much smoother.
Avoid those wedding morning panick attacks and decide on your hair style several months in advance. An even greater idea is to schedule a trial run with your hair stylist. This way, you can see how the wedding hair style you want will look with your wedding dress, and also very important --how the style will hold up during the day.
If you get a trial run for your wedding hair style, and find out after several hours that the style is falling down, or is driving you crazy, itches your scalp, etc., then you can either prepare yourself for those events on your wedding day, or make adjustments to the style so that those events don't happen.
See some examples of sophisticated wedding hair styles above. The top photo shows a partial updo. Height is created in the crown area and hair in the crown area is pulled back into a high ponytail. Add decorative or jeweled pins for a more sophisticated look. Photo to the right shows a wedding hair style that is long and wavy. Create these waves using velcro rollers or hot rollers. Lots of hair spray may be needed to get this hair style to stay in place during the whole wedding day.