Thursday, August 15, 2013

Wedding hair trends..








WEDDING HAIR TRENDS 2013
 
 

Like most hair trends we look to the Red carpet and Fashion week for inspiration- A Wedding is no different.

This season we are influenced by the latest Movie: The Gatsby – with the Vintage 20’s water waves and classic styles being more and more requested by brides – even their hair accessories are vintage inspired.   

The classic ballerina bun: This trend has been popular in the last few seasons but we see it with a modern take on a classic look some wearing it high and sleek and even Hilary Duff had a messy looser version!

Braid: For a romantic look try a braid – One bride said that she didn’t mind what hairstyle her bridesmaids had, all she wanted was for a braid to be incorporated in each style. This was a good way for everyone to have a style that suited them but have one thing that tied it all together.

One other big trend which is becoming more popular is the Bride having two styles on the day – one for the Ceremony, generally more formal and structured and one for the Reception, generally looser relaxed and even taken down- you will need to ask your hairstylist if this is a service they offer if it is something you may consider. Be sure to consider it in your budget too as this will be an extra cost.

Deciding on the right hair style for your wedding can be a difficult task!   I tell all my brides to take the style of their dress, face shape and overall theme of their wedding into consideration- eg vintage, glamour etc. 

Choosing a style that is classic, timeless and elegant is most important and looking back on your memories in years to come it won’t have dated!

The most important thing to remember when choosing hair for your wedding is that you feel comfortable with the style you have chosen. Because, you don’t want to be feeling uncomfortable on one of the most important days of your life!







Hair: Grace Fratamico                        Makeup: Genna Trolio       Josie – Laque Hair and Beauty
 


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