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Choosing your best wedding hairstyle might seem like a daunting task, so I’ve written these tips to help with your decision. Now, this information is great, yet what will make the smartest move for your wedding day hair is having an incredible professional hairstylist for your wedding day.
I’ve seen a lot of instances where a well-reviewed pro wasn’t hired and either I could see every bobby pin in the bridal party and bride’s hair or the hair didn’t hold all day. These things show up in your images and can very likely be avoided by choosing a talented pro. You’ll be so glad you did!
Consider doing a hair trial 2-3 months before your wedding day. Once you have booked your hair trial the appointment, you’ll have to get an idea how you want your hair, in an up do, down, a braid, etc.
There are some pros and cons to having your hair in an updo on your wedding day. By having your hair in an updo, it’ll stay out of your face. We know there is nothing fun about constantly worrying about pushing hair out of your eyes or tucking it behind your ears.
One downside to having your hair up is that there is a large possibility that it could loosen and start to fall as the day goes on, especially if your hairstyle is loose to begin with. If your pins fall out, pieces of your hair could fall out of the updo. Well-trained stylists will set it to stay the best it can, although some hair types won’t hold a loose updo shape as well as others.
Consider your hair’s natural habits. If it easily frizzes, like mine, then having your hair down on a summer day is probably not a good idea. Or if you’re getting married at a venue that has a lot of wind, opting for an updo might save yourself from tangles and hair in your lipstick.
Whatever style you choose, just rock it with confidence and you’ll be sure to feel as beautiful as ever.