6 Artistic Wedding Hairstyles For Long Hair
All brides are beautiful; or at least what that’s what they say. Anyway, we all know that regardless of the age-old cliché, we still run into the occasional bride looking like what the cat ate and threw up! Alright, alright, that may be somewhat harsh but the point is, the state of a bride’s hair can be almost as important as her vows!
Apparently ‘beautiful’ does not always mean ‘complicated’, as we see in this picture. A simple side fringe, with the body of the hair curled into a mass of loose, sexy flowing curls, and ta da!
If you love this look, then what you want is a slanting parting at the crown of your head, then use a flattener to straighten the hair, seperate into little sections, before using a curling iron to curl the tips. Hold for a few seconds with each, then release and watch the hair cascade in riotous waves down your shoulders.
The tiara isn’t all that makes you look like a Princess on your wedding day. This hairdo holds almost all the hair away from your face, and lets the waves hang down your back in big, loose waves thus revealing the bold sensual beauty that you are.
It doesn’t get cuter than the braided headband! A very simple style to accomplish, true, but the exotic aura is off the charts. Just remember to leave off a section of hair for the braid.
Where to look for latest pictures and ideas:
Well pinterest and google images are the best sources apart from hundreds of good articles on the web. This http://pinterest.com/brides/wedding-hair-ideas/ has really nice ideas that are worth checking for.
This hairstyle is perfect for the bride that wants to show off her neck and shoulders; plus it is just the thing, during a heat wave. It consists of a simple side weave, knotted into intricate a bun at the nape of the neck.
Romantic Long Curls are just prerfect for any wedding
Interestingly, the same hairstyle can probably be styled in any one of these styles. Simply make certain the waves are in place, and pick one! Although if you want to go for the very first on the extreme left, you should probably reach for your flattener and not your curling iron.