Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Short Wedding Hair Styles


Going Short for your wedding
When you think of wedding hair styles, typically you will think of some sort of updo. But there are no hard and fast rules that you have to wear an updo hair style because you are getting married.
Recently the long, wavy hair style has come back as a favorite look for wedding day hair. This short style, worn by Ashley Judd, also has its place in the wedding hair selection gallery.
This blunt, short hair style will work great for a wedding day hair style. Combine it with a fancy necklace, earrings and you have the no-fuss wedding look.
If you want something a little extra, you could wear a jeweled tiara or maybe some flowers in your hair.
For more great hair style ideas, visit http://www.hrweddinghair.com/

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Finding just the right Wedding Hair Style

Searching for a Wedding Hair Style

Sometimes you don't know exactly what you are looking for, but you know when you find it----it will be just perfect.

That is how some brides are when it comes to finding just the right hair style. Sometimes you don't really know what you are looking for.

There is a great new subscription software that allows you to upload your photo and try on all sorts of updo and formal hair styles. If you aren't quite sure what you want, maybe you should check it out.

Click on link below to see demo of how it works.

http://www.hairzingers.com/hair-styles-demos.htm

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Simple Wedding Updos


Must wedding hair updos be so complicated that only an experienced hair stylist can create them?
Actually, a very simple updo, see photo left, not only looks fantastic as a wedding updo hair style, but it is also so easy that you can create it on your own.
Apply a styling cream throughout the hair and blow dry using a large round brush. Blow dry the hair straight. Run a flat iron of the hair from roots to ends to create an extra-smooth finish.
Next, gather all the hair and pull back into a mid-height ponytail. Next, twist the pony tail into a chignon and pin the ends inside.
Add long, diamond earrings to the style and you are good to go. This hair style will work well with any tiara, headpiece or veil that you want to attach.
It is always recommende that you do a trial run several weeks in advance. The trial run will give you the chance to practice creating this simple updo and also to see if it will hold up to a whole afternoon or evening of dancing and mingling.
Visit http://www.hrweddinghair.com/ for more great wedding hair style ideas.