Your wedding hair is important to look your entire bride. Find the right high-gloss look for your wedding hair, first decide what is more important to you – your hairstyle, headgear or hair accessories. As soon as you mark out the attachment that you would like to make, you need to make sure that the other pieces of your ensemble play and compliment your overall impression. If you are using your hair, then your accessories should be defused. If you want to get your hair accessories and veil, then play down your hairstyle.
After you’ve decided on your entire wedding hair look, you decide if you want to wear a veil and what kind of veil you want to wear. There are some very formal looks like a cathedral or chapel length veil, and modern retro looks like the birdcage pouf. Remember, your veil should compliment your style and the formality of the wedding. Many wedding hair accessories allow for a attachable veil. If you are buying a hair accessory and a veil, check that they fit together. Alternatively you could wear the veil for the ceremony and a nice hair accessory for the receptionist.
When considering your wedding hair look, also remember the type of jewelry you would like to wear. You do not want to go overboard with accessories. If you’re wearing a lavish hair piece, just choose jewelry like diamond stud earrings and a three-stone necklace. If your wedding hair is simple, choose bolder pieces.
Finally, once you have worked out all the details, plan a test drive with your stylist. Bring your accessories with you, including the veil, hair accessories and your jewelry. Make sure the style you selected matches. Your hairstylist at this point lets you experiment with your hair to work it out in several ways. If you are planning to switch things between the ceremony and the reception, take a walk through with your stylist, so that you know how to change your hair without a hair emergency on the day of your wedding.