Your wedding day is here and as any bride would be, you are brimming with excitement. You want to look your beautiful best on this special day and would want to choose the best and latest style of hairstyle and makeup. Whether you decide to go for romantic waves or a sophisticated bun, your wedding hairstyle will set the tone for your final bridal look. As a bride there is certainly no shortage of hairstyles to choose from and as you will browse through the various options of wedding hairstyles, the number of options will surely confuse you and make things more difficult. A professional wedding hair stylist can help you choose the right hairstyle which can go with your looks and your dress.

Below mentioned are a few tips which can help make the selection of your wedding hairstyle simpler:

Study your dress

The first step before finalizing the wedding hairstyle is to keep in mind the wedding dress. The neckline of your wedding dress needs to be considered while deciding how you should wear your hair on your wedding day. If your wedding dress exposes a more skin or has a plunging neckline, then you can try to use flowing waves in your hairstyle to highlight the softer side of you. If you have opted for a fully covered neckline with embroidery or embellishments, then you should consider wearing your hair high up so the embellishment can be visible and be focused on.

Scout and research for various hairstyles

By browsing through different wedding sites or photo galleries or by checking pictures from weddings of friends and family you can get to know a lot more about the different types of hairstyles and what are the latest trends associated with bridal hair and makeup. You may also like a hairdo sported by a celebrity at an event and would love to imitate it for your special day. Save all these pictures and show them to your wedding hair stylist, who can then help you choose which style will suit you the most and make you really look beautiful.

Many professional wedding hair stylists use hairstyle apps which allow you to “try on” different hairstyles to help you get an actual idea on how they would look on your face.

Opting for a hair trial

For year you may have envision seeing yourself in a bouffant and how elegant you would look in it on your wedding day. But have you actually worn your hair in a bouffant? Are you unsure on what kind of hair accessories you should use for your hairstyle? Opting for a trial with your wedding hair stylist can help you actually see how certain hairstyles of accessories will look on you. Take the opinion of your friends or family on the trial day and take a final decision regarding the right hair style for your wedding day

Keep the weather in mind

There can be nothing worse than a harsh weather spoiling your looks on your special day. If you are getting married when you expect it to rain, it is advisable to decide on a hair style which can hold up even in the rainy weather. How about going for a sleek updo? Are you planning a summer wedding? It is better if you avoid hairstyles which are prone to get frizzy. You surely would not want to get stressed and spoil your special day, hence it is better to consult with your wedding hair stylist and decide on a hairstyle which will got with the weather of the wedding month.

Match your accessories

When you decide on your hairstyle, it is important to see how well it would with your accessories. Are you planning to wear a veil? Certain types of accessories and veils look better with updos or hairstyles which hold the hair up, rather than flowing hair. It is better to discuss with your wedding hair stylist about the accessories you plan to wear, so she can guide you on the hair style accordingly

Clare is a professional wedding hair stylist, having an experience of more than two decades in the field of hair care. She can help you get rid of all your hair nightmares and turn your hair dreams into reality. Whether you are looking for a new haircut or new hair colour to accentuate your looks for the special day, Clare is the best wedding hair stylist in Glasgow and London.