Wedding Hairstyle Don’ts: Things To Remember

After you have chosen the right bridal dress, the next thing that you need to think of is your wedding hairstyle. A perfect hairstyle is something that suits your personality, your wedding dress and theme. Knowing all of these will absolutely guide you on choosing the hairstyle that suits you on your wedding day.

Do not put off deciding on the appropriate wedding hairstyle. Check out bridal sites, blogs, magazines and search for a skilled hairstylist. Ask for referrals from friends and relatives. Collect these pictures and show them to the hairstylist.

Do not color or have a haircut before your wedding day. This should be done 15 days prior to the big day.

Do not forget the style of your veil. Choose a hairstyle that goes well with the veil to avoid unpleasant incidents.

Do not disregard the climate. Weather plays an important role on your look; thus, it must be considered when selecting for a hairstyle and makeup. Always be ready for unforeseen events.

Finally, do not overlook the need for a lasting wedding hairstyle. Choose one that will stay as is until the end of the celebration. Make sure that you have enough stocks of hair pins and hairspray.



4 thoughts on “Wedding Hairstyle Don’ts: Things To Remember

  1. The weather tip on another article here came in very handy,
    but here I am learning another important thing. I had no idea you weren’t
    supposed to color your hair before the wedding day. In fact, I thought having
    it done right before would be a good idea because the color would look the
    best. Now that I think of it though it is better to get your hair colored like
    couple of weeks prior to your wedding, instead of messing things up right
    before the big day.

  2. The last advice kind of resonated with me. I’m aware that
    it’s more of a practical advice, but the word “lasting” changed my
    mind from doing my own hair to hiring a professional. I’m thinking more along
    the line of a hairstyle that I’ll be happy watching over and over again on our
    wedding video, but it’s also a good advice to choose one that will last
    throughout the day. The wedding day is a long day for the bride and groom after
    all.

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