Saturday, October 8, 2011

Bridal hairstyles 2011

Romance is the key for all of today’s most popular hairstyles. Your hairdo should look fresh and easy, not overly styled or contrived. You definitely do not want your hair to look stiff or heavily sprayed. It should look as though you could remove a few pins and let it tumble over your shoulders in a sexy cascade -even if it is really held together by fifty pins and a whole can of hairspray!

latest trendy bridal hairstyles
Bridal hairstyles are supremely eloquent and beautiful. Such hairstyles are often part of the outfit and often include beautiful jewels. Bridal hairstyles are drawn from the different magazines and the celebrity hairstyles of the times. While so many feel that it is not important what the hair looks like at the wedding day because of the veil, but for the bride and the other bridemaids in the wedding, having a best best hairstyle is very important.

Relaxed waves are the order of the day; pin straight hair is not what brides are wearing now. If you would like to wear your hair down for your wedding day, loose waves can be done in a few different ways. They can be beachy and a little messy, or they can be smooth and elegant, with just the right amount of movement. Picture Veronica Lake’s iconic hairstyle, only not so perfect. For cascading waves, a pretty pearl comb will be the ideal type of bridal jewelry for your hair.

Most of the trendiest wedding hairstyles involve pulling the hair back into some sort of knot or bun. It is from there that you see many variations. As with the natural waves, these are loose knots, not tight ballerina buns or pristine chignons. They should look a little like you just pulled the hair back yourself in a hurry (only in the hands of a good stylist, the knot will still look artfully done). Allow a few tendrils of hair to spring free around your face.

Braids are being used to create some very romantic hairstyles for brides with long hair. We are not talking about two perfect braids, nor the ubiquitous French braids of the 1980s. These braids are not prim or schoolgirlish; they are flirty, soft, and vintage inspired. One long loose braid in the back is one pretty option for wedding hair. Even more interesting are the intricate knots and buns that stylists are creating by twisting braids together at the nape of the neck. For your hair bridal jewelry, finish off the look with a scattering of beautiful crystal or pearl pins tucked into the knot.

The current trends in bridal hairstyles are a perfect pairing with the romantic and eclectic gowns that are in vogue. A soft chiffon wedding dress will look even better when the bride’s hair is gathered up into a loose vintagey pouf in the back. Your wedding day hairdo should definitely complement your gown, as well as bring out the natural beauty of your face.

Finalize your hairstyle before finalizing your accessories. This will help you see how your hairstyle will look independent of accessories either to accentuate it or ruin the effect.

See if your hairstyle matches your accessories. Once your accessories are finalized, it is important that your hairstyle must match them and not cross or hinder them.

Schedule the hair appointment well in advance. An elegant hairstyle is not something that can be done at the last minute. A proper amount of time and effort should go into getting it done.

Select a style that compliments you. While it is good to experiment and try something new, the basic cut and style of hair should compliment your face.

Don’t go overboard. It is easy to get carried away in the frenzy and opt for something dramatic and overbearing, but remember, it could also backfire and leave you looking like something went drastically wrong. So keep it simple, but elegant.

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