Put it Up or Wear it Down? Deciding Which Hairstyle Suits You on Your Wedding Day

You said yes to the marriage proposal and you are now into the nitty-gritty of planning the details for the wedding. Among the many details that you need to decide on is the wedding dress that you’re going to wear, as well as the hairstyle to go along with it. Perhaps every woman already has an idea at the back of her mind about how her wedding dress should look like. To make you look your best on your big day, then you definitely need to put out all the stops when it comes to your hairstyle.


How to Decide on Your Wedding Hairstyle

Now, how do you decide which hairstyle to have on your wedding day? Should you have an updo or wear your hair down? There are a few things that you need to take into consideration when deciding which hairstyle to wear.

First, what does your wedding gown look like? If you are wearing a strapless dress, you can have an updo to emphasize the delicateness of your shoulders. If you are wearing a long-sleeved, romantic gown, a curly hairstyle swept to one side could turn you into a stunning bride.

Second, what would the weather be like on your wedding? If you are holding a summer wedding by the beach, you may want to put your hair up to ward off the heat. The venue of the wedding reception is yet another consideration that you need to make when deciding on the hairstyle. If you are holding the reception in an open-air venue, the wind may ruin your hairstyle so putting it in an elegant bun would be ideal, while also making you look great in the pictures.

Finally, make sure that your hairstyle matches the shape of your face. It pays to have a trial session with your hairstylist so that you can have an idea what it would look like with your dress and your bridal accessories. A woman’s crowning glory is indeed her hair, even more so during one of the most important days in her life which is her wedding – so make sure you look your best!

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