How to Choose a Long Wedding Hairstyle
Long wedding hairstyle: If you wear it downIf you decide to wear your long hair down, keep it simple while taking into consideration your hair’s natural texture. If your hair holds wave well, curl the ends of it loosely and let it hang long and flowing. Be sure to have the ends trimmed to make your hair look thick and healthy. Consider wearing a jeweled headband to add a more sophisticated look if you won’t be wearing a tiara. This is your chance to try a variety of pretty hair accessories with pearls and crystals. Spend some time at your local department store experimenting with hair accessories of all types to see which work best for you. Once you find the accessory style you like, check with your local bead store or bridal shop and see if you can have a similar accessory custom made with the stones of your choice. Other options are to braid your long hair in an elegant French braid and add some vintage jeweled combs to the sides. Why not try pulling your long hair to the side in a long ponytail with loose, wavy curls? This type of free flowing, casual hairstyle is perfect for an informal or outdoor wedding. Long hair worn loose can be particularly flattering if you’ll be wearing a bridal veil. Long wedding hairstyle: If you wear it upIf you have the face for it, a simple bun can look stunningly elegant. Add some vintage, jeweled or beaded hairsticks to the back or circle your bun with fresh flowers. If you have a long neck, this is a great way to accentuate it and it can be most effective in showing off your wedding jewelry. There are lots of variations on the upswept look ranging from loose styles with hanging tendrils to sleek French twists. Study bridal magazines for ideas that might work with your hair. Again, consider whether you’ll be wearing a bridal headpiece when you take your wedding hairstyle into account. Keep in mind that more elaborate styles may require the services of a hairdresser. Be sure this is something you can afford and don’t mind dealing with. When choosing a long wedding hairstyle, be sure to consider the time of day your wedding will be held, how formal it will be, and whether you want to use the services of a hairdresser. Plan your hairstyle down to the last detail well ahead of time. You don’t need any last minute hair problems on your wedding day!