Planning the Wedding Parties Hair Styles

Hair styling for events

A lot of planning goes into a wedding. The couple wants every single detail to be perfect and unique to them. They are spending a lot of money, after all. Once a lot of the bigger decisions are out of the way, the venue, the ceremony location, and the date, there are many smaller decisions to make. One of these is the overall look of the bride and the bridal party. This is often completed by a professional hair salon, but the bride usually goes into the process with an idea of what she wants. There are so many possible hair styles available that she may quickly become overwhelmed. However, considering these things can help make the wedding party look planning easier.

Consider the type and attire of the wedding. The formality of the event will factor into the specific hairstyle that the bride chooses for her wedding party, and even for herself. If the wedding is very formal, with black tie required, she will likely want something that is elegant. This usually includes some type of an up do. The bride may stand out with her up do by adding in small, shining hair pieces.

If the wedding is more casual, in the spring, overlooking a river, for example, she may opt for a more casual hair style. This might include leaving hair loose, with a few curls. The bride may choose to include some type of hair piece to differ her hair. Some brides may even provide a few options to her bridal party, allowing them to choose which hairstyle suits them best. Also, keep in mind the bridal party dresses. If they are low cut or sleeveless, leaving the hair down may be best. If they are high and around the neck, a full up do may look best.

Evaluate bridesmaids hair styles. Some hair styles are not made for specific hair dos. For example, if the majority of the bridal party has short hair, up dos may not be ideal. If the majority of the wedding party has long, thicker hair, curls may not be the best option. A hair salon can offer many bridal hair options, based on the bridal party member?s hair styles.

Consider what everyone is comfortable with. Someone who never wears their hair down may not be comfortable with a full volume of large curls. It is always a good idea to consider what types of hair styles the wedding party is comfortable with. For example, almost three quarters of women have regretted at least one of their hairstyles. A bride does not want their bridal party to feel a lack of confidence on their wedding day or when looking back at the photographs. Hair salons are professionals when it comes to wedding season looks and can find a hair style that everyone will enjoy.

Try not to make any large hair changes, prior to the wedding day. This one goes mostly for the bride, but can also apply to the wedding party. New hairstyles tend to be harder to style. The person may also not have any preferences of hair styles, because it is so new to them. A new hair cut can be difficult to manage on wedding day. Almost one third of women change styles or dye their hair following a breakup or divorce. It is, however, never a good idea to do so prior to the wedding.

Approximately 73% of women ages 18 to 24 said hair is one of the first things they notice, according to a national survey of 1,033 young adults conducted by market research firm Kelton for the Unilever Axe Hair. Hair is important to many people. This may be why so many brides spend hours planning their perfect hairdo, alone with their bridal party?s hair styles. There are many hair styles available, making it difficult to choose. However, it is best to choose a hairstyle that all of the members of the bridal party are comfortable with. It is also beneficial to consult with the hair salon, as they are professionals in hair styles.

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