When choosing your wedding day hairstyle. keep in mind that it should reflect your personality and style. Coloring your hair can add flattering touches to your overall look, especially in photos. Have your hair cut and colored at least two weeks before the wedding to avoid looking like you just got it cut and colored. You can wear your hair up, down, or just choose the best styles you like from a book.
If your hair is long and you wear it pulled back most of the time then an elegant ‘updo would be a good look. You can put knots and rolls into your hairstyle for an added flair. If you wear your long hair down most of the time then try wearing some of it up away from your face and leave the rest to cascade around your shoulders. Let a few tendrils escape to float around your face. These tendrils can be curled for a more romantic look or just left natural.
If your hair is medium length it can be curled and dressed up with a sparkly headband, tiara or jeweled hair pins. Some strands can also be tucked behind the ears and secured with a decorative hair comb or clip to hold it back.
If you have short hair don’t worry because there is still a lot you can do with your hair. Use a curling iron to give your hair some fullness in the crown area and back. Sweep the hair off to the side and save the curls for the back area.
It is also important for the style you choose to hold up through the ceremony and reception. But be careful not to use too much hair spray because it can make your hair look stiff and unnatural. Ask your hairstylist for advice and discuss your hairstyle before the wedding. it is a good idea to have several practice sessions with your hairstylist before the wedding so that you can choose the right hairstyle.