The Best Wedding Hairstyle For You
1 year ago
Besides the wedding gown, many would put hairstyle as the next most important item on their Things-To-Do list when the wedding approaches. But the problem is that there are so many hairstyle to choose from. Which one will make you look stunning? Lost for choice? Don’t worry, I will give you some tips.
For those who have curly hairs
If your hair is really very curly, one option is to flat-iron it straight. But the curls may start coming back within an hour. So, the alternative is to play them up and embrace bobby pin. Well-placed pins will let you have a touchable curl.
For those who have straight hairs
Aim for the latest low bun to one side or bowlike twist to flaunt your crowning glory’s smooth texture.
For those who have long hairs
Two have two options. First is to just leave it down. Second one is to pull it up. Try a edgy ponytail. I have seen the result on women with shoulder-length hair with plenty of layers. The result was fabulous.
For those with thick hairs
Braided and twisted styles should be able to show off your lush locks to the full. They are more gorgeous than merely wearing your hair down. What if you insist on wearing it down. Well, then consider asking your hairstylist to straighten it first and than curl it for extra control.
For those with short hairs
I know, many ladies yearn for those long locks so that they will come across as soft and romantic. But in reality hairs that are chin-length are effective for certain people with short hair. It’s less heavy and needs fewer pins and all to keep it up.
For those with oily hairs
If you have greasy hairs, try not to wear your hair down because it will greasier as you danced the night away. Go for the low-maintenance updo.
For those with fine hairs
If you want to keep your hair up, then go for an updo with added twists, loops, baby braids, and hair accessories. You will look stunning.
For those with chemically-treated hairs
Chemically-treated hairs are relatively fragile and easy to break. So, choose a style that will hide the damaged ends. A good example is the French twist.
For those who want to wear a veil
Talk to your hairstylist and choose one which works with the veil you have. A good idea is to wear the veil below a chignon or just above a half-updo.