Many people choose to have their weddings in spring or early summer and the most popular month to tie the knot is June. That being said, many people do choose to marry in winter despite the weather. However, sometimes it can be harder to look your best during the winter months. The chances are you won't have much of a tan anymore and for some of us the cold weather and central heating can cause skin and hair to become dry. Therefore, if you are planning a winter wedding you need to start your hair and beauty regime now. Moisturise, moisturise, moisturise. Extra moisturisation can keep hair and skin looking good during the winter months and ensure that you look radiant on your big day. If you are planning a winter wedding and looking for the perfect bridal hairstyles, here are some ideas and inspiration.
If you have fine, short hair, the cold winter air can cause static for fine hair. In order to keep your hair neat try a perfect brridal hairstyles. This is achieved by parting the hair on the side and using a little styling gel on slightly damp hair to lock it in place. Use your fingers to gently style hair away from the face. If needed, gently spray with hairspray. To make this look a little more interesting try adding a pretty flower comb or a sparkly barrette to compliment your gown. Long hair can also suffer from dryness and static in the winter chill. The best way to avoid any hair disasters is to opt for a coifed, wavy winter wedding hairstyle. Make sure your hair is freshly washed and divide it into sections, curling each section gently with a curling iron. Use your fingers to separate the curls and finish with hair spray to keep your style in place.
Try to select a perfect brridal hairstyles that suits your face shape - for example round faces tend to suit high "updo's" and sleek long styles while those with long faces suit hairstyles that have more width and volume. Would you be comfortable with all of your hair swept away from your face? You need to consider having some hair both up and down, or just leaving some wispy bits around your face to soften the look. Once you have made a decision to wear you hair up or down, your possibilities are endless. Curls are romantic and soft, as are twists, pleats, plaits and variations to the bun. Or maybe you prefer a more contemporary twists and spikes.
As I mentioned above, the latest wedding fashion trends can always be found by checking out pictures of the catwalk scene online. This year's trends include amazing varieties of pin up hair, embroidered headpieces, and even metalwork. Embellished yet classy hair accessories, shaped like wings, hearts or flowers, have also been a staple in this year's wedding fashion so far, especially the vintage variety. Generally speaking, this year's designer perfect brridal hairstyles are blow-dried and simple. Soft hair is a definite must for a bridal look; romantic, tousled hair and blow-dried softness are important for an ultra feminine hairstyle.