How To Choose the your wedding Hair Style for your Wedding Dress

The Right Hair Style for your Wedding Dress

Classic softness

This first dress is a classic lace dress, very rich in design and has many elements, it is made with several layers, a delicate corset and top layer of lace. The neckline is high and frames the face. When deciding how to choose the right bridal hairstyle for your wedding dress for this type of line, I recommend an updo. In these cases, wedding hairstylists favor a bun, so that hair does not compete with elements of the dress. The style of this updo is soft to give a playful twist to this classical romantic dress.

The good side.

This second lace dress we paired it with a side ponytail.  As a bridal hairstylist, I recommended it because It complements perfectly the neckline and the back which are more open and go well if you want some of your hair loose.

Side updos are great for pictures because you can see every detail in almost any direction. 

Fresh and Natural

Deciding how to choose the right hairstyle for this wedding dress was easy. A fresh and more undone hairstyle matches it perfectly. Narrow straps and a more plunging neckline creates the perfect space for a soft "hair down" look, almost undone but perfectly in place. 

 

 

 

 

 

Half up.

For the fourth and final look, we chose a dress combined with a strap with beaded lace overlay and a deep triangular neckline, this dress is really suited the South Florida summer and perfect for almost any hairdo. 

I chose a bridal hairstyle that combines the best of both worlds. Half up and out of the face but keeping the softness of the loose waves. The elevation at the top of the hair produces a very feminine appearance.

This is merely a guideline on How to Choose the Right Hairstyle for your Wedding Dress, on a general basis the when the neckline is closed and high is best to have your hair up, and if it is open then playing with different options and lengths is a great option. The most important measure is always your personal style and your dreamed wedding look. 

Credits:

Hair, Makeup and Styling Katy Taurel

Photography Ben Kelmer

Dresses Tehila Afek

Models  Racheli Tabibov, Inbal Cohen

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