Spring seems to be the wedding season, so if you are about to tie the knot, here are some hair ideas and accessories that may be just what you are looking for.
The most important thing is to not change your hair too much. Be yourself, only more fine tuned as its your special day, after all it’s you he is marrying not someone he can’t recognize !
Gone are the days of stiff up do’s. Hairspray is out ! Let your hair style breathe, it’s much more modern and seductive to have lustrous touchable locks. There are so many great accessories this season that I’ve chosen for you here. Everything is possible, tiaras, bows, pearls, daisy chains and flowers especially those baroque ones that Dolce & Gabbana has become famous for. The secret is always a healthy and touchable hair.
If you are planning a new haircut or color change, don’t do it on the day of your wedding. At least 3 weeks before is advised, especially if you are going for a change. We don’t want tears on your wedding day from you or your man.
Even if your hairdresser knows you really well, I’d advise to do a test a week before the wedding. This is helpful also for your hairdresser. If your hair is out of condition, then no panic because one application of Iles Formula will transform your hair instantly to a sumptuous spun silk texture. There is no hair repair out there quite like this one for instant repair.
You can go with a simple rolled up hair to appear shorter, jeweled, or coiffed with a bohemian touch. All of it works.
If you don’t want to wear a veil, these head wraps are quite interesting. The simplicity and purity of the hair is important.
You can also opt for the classic french roll. This style can go wrong very easily, especially if your hairdresser does not have the eye for simplicity. The modernity of this chignon is the “no volume” and natural texture, don’t forget that !
Even with this spectacular head piece, hair remains simple. A few lost wisps around the hairline add poetry and softness.
A little volume on the crown can be a great support for several classic veils. The backcombing gives a great base to anchor the veil to, especially if the veil is long and heavy, as you see the style works equally with short hair.
Short hair can also work with a low neck chignon. I think the beauty of this style below is the soft textured wave.
Braids are a big trend right now. Perfect if they don’t look lacquered and stiff.
Brigitte Bardot did it with daisies for example. On the right, the bride used a simple homemade daisy chain, looped it over her natural waves instead of wearing a veil. I love it !
Bridesmaids could wear crowns of fresh flowers as in the photo below. Let them blow dry their hair in a way that shows natural healthy curls.
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