Winter weddings can be incredibility romantic, but one thing most winter brides-to-be worry about is fly-away hair. In the colder months, it can be more challenging to choose a hair style that will perform reliably despite the winter chill. But there are some up-do’s and other hair styles that won’t let you down no matter what the weather forecast says. If you’re a bride with long hair and you’re concerned about finding the right hair style for your wedding, consider some of the options below so that you can walk down the aisle with confidence on your special day.
If you’ve scheduled your wedding to take place during the coldest and most unpredictable times of the year, it may be wise to do your long hair in an up-do rather than contending with the potential for static when your hair is down. There are some lovely up-do options to consider. For example, a low bun at the nape of the neck or slightly off to the side may be a good choice and depending on the theme of your wedding, you may want to pull down some extra whispies and tendrils to give it a more romantic appeal.
Up-do’s are an excellent choice for winter wedding hair because there are so many amazing options available for brides-to-be. A tiara can nicely accentuate the hair as well as the dress. Some brides use small flowers or white beads in the up-do to finish off the look. Find a stylist who is expert at working with braided hair. With the right technique, braided hair can add texture and interest to an already stunning updo.
Of course, if you’re committed to keeping your long locks down for your winter wedding, you’ll want to discuss your options with your stylist. Using the right tools and products, your stylist should be able to keep static under control for your big day. It’s also possible to leave part of the hair down and put the other part into an up-do. This can make it easier to keep the hair under control for a winter’s day while still showing off the length of the hair for a striking look.
There are plenty of ways to wear long hair for a winter wedding although, you’ll want to talk with your stylist and come up with a strategy to keep your long locks under control. By planning when your hair will be done and making sure that you don’t provoke static or frizz by pulling your dress over your head after it has been styled, you’ll have much better results. Even if the weather doesn’t cooperate, your hair can still behave the way you want it to with a little bit of planning and effort before the big day!
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