Wedding and Bridal Hairstyles

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Bridal Hairstyle Part 3

by Jhong Ren

As a groom that time, I felt that the make-up of my wife is very important. In addition, the wedding gowns she chose, the shoes she was wearing, her bridal hairstyle, her hair accessory were important factors to how both of us look on the aisle during march in.

It is not to say because I wanted to look good and that is why she had to look good.

It should be the other way: Because my wife looked pretty, that is why I looked smart.

As a groom, I felt that we had to play our part in not just being physically there, but also assuring and giving opinions how our brides looked in different make-up and hairstyle.

Emotionally supporting your wife is very important too.

Alot of times, just mere mentioning that "You do look pretty in this" or "You looked better in that" makes the bridal experience more pleasant.

I remembered I had an email from a bride who asked for my opinion if she should forgo the gown her family members disallowed her to wear. However, it was the same gown her husband chose and that was why she was caught in between.

As much as she wanted to go along with her family's decision, she also wanted to wear something her husband had personally chose for her.

I applauded her for the effort in respecting her husband's choice and it was not a simple choice to be made.

During such times, what you can do is to not feel caught in between is: 1. Thank your husband for even being there during the gown selection. 2. Expalin to her your situation, tell him how you are feeling and you may feel caught in between. 3. Tell him you really would like to wear what he chose. 4. As a couple, explain to the family about the two choices of the gowns. 5. Inform your family that you AND your husband will need to discuss at home and will inform them again of your decision.

Do you realise that the decision is always made in pair? This is the difference. In pair, you are stronger and it is a start to build a strong foundation in your relationship.

To end of this post, I had found more pictures for you on bridal hairstyle.

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Bridal Hairstyle Part 3



Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Wedding Hairstyles: What Looks Best On You

by Wade Robins

There are so many details to consider as you plan your special wedding day. Your wedding dress is one of the most important aspects of your day. It is important to remember that a great wedding dress can be a disaster, if you do not have the proper accessories and hairstyle. You want to look your best on this very special day and you need to find a wedding hairstyle that will suit your facial features and your wedding dress at the same time.

One of the best ways to get ideas about wedding hairstyles is to look through current bridal magazines. These bridal magazines can show you the latest trends in wedding hairstyles and can show you how certain wedding hairstyles look with certain wedding gowns. While one hairstyle may look perfect on a model in the magazine, it may not be right for you. Cut out some pictures of hairstyles that you like, and as you begin to choose your wedding dress, keep this in mind.

Many popular wedding hairstyles are very suitable for your wedding. One of the most popular hairstyles for brides is an up-sweep, or also called an up-do. This type of hairstyle can be a French twist, elaborate braids, a bun or even a low ponytail. Hairstylists often specialize in wedding hairstyles, so if you are looking for a beautiful out due to wear on your wedding day; consult a hairstylist that can help you make your dreams become a reality.

Many brides choose to wear their hair down. If you have short hair, then you may want to consider light curls or wave. Brides with long hair, often looks stunning with flowing curls. If you choose to wear your hair down, you might want to consider pulling part of it back off your face, and using an elaborate hair clip at the back of your head.

However, you decide to wear your hair . You will want to keep the style of your dress in mind. Also, think about the type of headpiece that you will wear on your wedding day. If you are going to wear a long veil or a crown of flowers, then wearing your hair down might be the way to go. Tiaras look fabulous on hair that is pulled back. You might also want to think about the type of jewelry do you wear. If you wear your hair up, you may want to consider getting a more elaborate earring to draw attention to your face. Longer hair that is worn down needs simple earrings and accessories.

Here is something else to think about when choosing wedding hairstyles. It is never a good idea to try out a new haircut right before you get married. This can be disastrous if you hate your new haircut. The same is true for getting your hair colored. This is not the time to try out a completely new hair color. Wait until after you return from your honeymoon to try any new styles.

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Wedding Hairstyles: What Looks Best On You



Sunday, June 03, 2007

Wedding Hair & Make-Up Tips

by Rafi Michael

Preparing yourself to look beautiful on your Toronto wedding day doesn't start a few hours before the ceremony. There are several things you can do in advance to help yourself look and feel beautiful on your wedding day:

- Join a gym, or start walking to get some exercise

- Start drinking at least eight glasses of water per day to flush toxins out of your system. Also, water helps you feel full, so you may be inclined to eat less!

- Get a facial every five weeks from now until your Toronto wedding. Skin exfoliation provided by good facials, removes dead skin cells from your face and makes your skin glow.

- Start getting regular manicures and pedicures to help to keep your hands, feet and nails in good condition.

- Book a hairstylist and makeup artist for your wedding day. Be sure to do this a couple of months in advance and go in for a trial run a couple of weeks before the wedding

- Have your haircut and colored two to three weeks before the wedding to avoid the new cut and color look.

The Toronto Wedding Day: Professional or Do-It-Yourself?

If you choose to have a professional do your hair and makeup to look beautiful, this can be a great way to relax and get pampered on your Toronto wedding day. Many professional makeup artists can make your face both camera-ready and natural-looking.

If you choose to have your hair and makeup done at a salon, don't forget to schedule trial appointments at least a week before your wedding. You will want to bring your veil to the trial appointment.

If you want to do your own hair and makeup, here are some general tips:

- Use a foundation close to your natural skin color

- Apply loose powder to your face and neck.

- Line your eyes with a brown pencil.

- Avoid frosted eyeliner or eye shadow. Matte shadows work best in photos.

- Curl your eyelashes and apply brown or black mascara.

- Apply a flattering blush to your cheekbones and blend upwards.

- Line your lips with a pencil and apply lipstick. Five little tricks

- For smooth lips use a toothbrush to exfoliate your lips and remove dry skin.

- To make lipstick last, line lips with a pencil and apply lipstick, then blot with a tissue. Leave the tissue on your lips and with a loose powder puff; press the puff on top of the tissue. Remove the tissue and reapply your lipstick.

- If your eyes are red, eye drops can work, but can be a bit messy. Instead, use a white pencil near the inside of your lower eyelid.

- Buy new mascara. Mascara should be thrown out every three months. What better occasion for a new tube than your wedding day?

- To make blush last the whole day, use a cream blush instead of powder. If you have oily skin, keep that loose powder close by. Cream blush can make you a bit shinier than normal, but it does last longer!

There are a lot of ways to make yourself look beautiful for your Toronto wedding day, so enjoy the moment, because most important stress is a beauty buster!

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