Wedding Hair and Things You Should Know
Believe it or not, but deciding on your wedding hairstyle is almost just as important as picking your wedding dress!
But where to start, with all of the wedding plans well underway we’re sure that your wedding hair has slowly made its way to the bottom of your to-do list. And that is why we’re here, make sure your do isn’t left to the last minute and start prepping early with these helpful tips!
1. Think About Your Dress
The dress is probably one of the very first things that most brides check off their wedding planning lists. The style of wedding dress you choose will play a big part in deciding what type of hairstyle would look best on your big day.
Think about the neckline of your dress and whether having your hair down will cover up the dress too much. Sometimes opting for a hair up style is the safest option as it shows off the entire dress and suits almost every neckline.
2. Consider Your Venue
Not many people realise it but the venue you are planning on hosting your wedding in will play a vital part in helping your decide which hairstyle to go for. If your wedding is going to be indoors in an upscale hotel or a gorgeous manor house any hairsyle would suit the surroundings.
However, if you are having an outdoor wedding then you might opt for having your hair up or pinned back so that your hair doesn't get in the way making photograph opportunities easy. The venue and weather coincide with one another, so whatever you're thinking for your venue just remember the season in which you're saying the I do's.
3. Try Out Different Looks
Never rule anything out because it may just be the hairstyle you hated that you end up loving in the end! It is always important to experiment with a variety of styles before you have your heart set on anything in order to ensure you haven't limited yourself or made any quick decisions.
We advise on having a browse through Pinterest to broaden your hairstyle knowledge and prehaps create your own board full of wedding hair style ideas and inspiration in order to show to your hair stylist. You might surprise yourself with something new, but just make sure your hair stylist knows what you're planning so they can prepare their tools!
4. Have a Hair Trial
It is very important to make sure you have at least one hair trial before the big day, if not more, just so that you can double check the look you are going for is definitely the one you desire.
If you have a change of mind during the trials its not the end of the world as you will have plenty time to make adjustments.
They are the best way to ensure nothing goes wrong with your hair on the day as you have had time to think through and fix any issues that may arise.