Wedding and Bridal Hairstyles

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Tips to prepare a great wedding hair style (I)

by Jen Thomas

A Wedding ceremony for any woman is easily one of the most significant events in her life. Each and every lady desires to appear as lovely as a princess upon this particular auspicious event in order to produce a great perception on her behalf toward her groom and loved ones. In regards to improving the chances of beautiful wedding hairstyling, numerous ladies can get quite tense. Here are some common problems that brides-to-be encounter and some tips to manage your decisions for a great hairstyle on one of the most important occasions of your life which is your wedding day.These are the common questions that come up and can cause anxiety as to how to have a great look for your special day.

What style do you want to go for? Should your hair be curled, straight, have an up-do, any wedding hairstyle accessories? What style will look best with the shape of your face? What wedding hair style will look great with the dress you have chosen?

Your best approach will be to start considering these things well in advance of the wedding date. You will also want to start visiting hair salons as soon as you are done choosing your wedding dress. Another common problem associated with wedding hairstyles can be related to finding a great hair salon and stylist.

Here are my tips to prepare a great wedding hair style and choose your stylist.

1. Budget. Decide how your wedding hairstyle expense will fit in your total wedding budget and stick to that amount when looking for a stylist.

2. Dress. Take a picture of your wedding dress with you when you visit salons. If possible, have someone take a picture of you while you are trying the dress on to give the stylist a better idea of how you actually look wearing the dress.

3. Change of dress or hair accessories. Recently many brides are wearing 2 dresses; one for the wedding and then another as an evening gown. Be sure to let your stylist know so she may be able to be of assistance where needed to make any adjustments necessary. This includes hair accessory changes that might be made for transitioning to the evening wedding party. Your stylist can help with removal of any hair accessories or a veil.

4. Salon search. Google search for salons that specialize in wedding hair that are local to you. Ask them if they have a stylist who specializes in wedding hair. Ask for price ranges, availability, level of experience, and samples.

5. Consider your own hair texture. Do you have curly hair? Oily hair? Fine hair? Does the stylist you are considering seem to take this into account? If not, why? These may be red-flags to prompt you to continue your search for a good stylist.

6. Weather. Take into account the time of year as well as the weather and how hair individually responds to climate circumstances; particularly moisture. On raising the actual probability with regard to frizz, look at using a good anti-frizz serum in order to moist locks. This in particular should really help to control frizz.

7. Setting. Where will you have your wedding? Outside? Ballroom? You’ll want your look to flow nicely with the settings of your wedding. For a Hall or ballroom, consider up-do’s, buns, and a more formal hairstyle. For a casual setting such as a backyard, a beach, consider a look that is slightly less formal in appearance.
(to be continued)


Tips to prepare a great wedding hair style (I)