There are a lot of different factors that you need to consider when it comes to your wedding day hair style. You will want to choose something that looks amazing but also fits in with the vibe and feel of the day. Read on to discover more:
Choosing A Wedding Hair Style To Match Your Dress And Theme
Firstly, you need to consider the sort of wedding theme you are going to have. If you are going to have a boho theme, you may want to opt for loose plaits in your hair. If you are going to something very sleek and modern, you want to have your hair in a bun.
You should also consider what style of dress you are going to wear. You can take a look at the likes of Anomalie dresses to get a good feel of what sort of wedding dresses are popular today. This will help you to make up your mind about the style of dress that you like the most, which can then give you a sense of direction in terms of what sort of hairstyle looks great.
Choosing The Best Hairstyle Based On The Shape Of Your Face
Hairdressers can advise you on the best hairstyle for your face shape. However, it is a good idea to have an understanding of what works for you. It’s important to note that your facial features also play an important role when choosing the best cut. This is why it is a good idea to look at images online, as you will be able to compare your face shape and features to models and celebrities to get a better understanding of what works and what doesn’t.
If you have a round face, lengthy layers are ideal. Gigi Hadid is a great example here. She has a round face with soft, non-angular features and wider cheeks. Layered, long cuts suit her, as they pull width out below the chin, as opposed to around the cheeks.
If you have short hair, look for a salon that specialises in hair extensions to achieve this look. An overgrown bob is ideal for oval faces. This cut is all about blunt ends and length. If you have a heart-shaped face, ask for blunt bangs or a center part at your beauty salon and spa. Lots of layers are a must if you have a wide face and angular features.
Diamond cuts also work beautifully for square faces – check out Olivia Wilde rocking this cut for a better idea.
If you have a large forehead, any form of bangs will work for your wedding. If your eyes are your best feature, draw attention to them with a deep side part. Blake Lively does this well. A pixie cut is great for small features. And, if you are looking for something versatile that suits most face shapes, you can’t go wrong with a voluminous bob.
So there you have it: everything you need to know about choosing the perfect hair cut and style for your wedding day.
*Photos by Jonathan Borba