A stylist who specializes in bridal styles can turn the bride's dream into a reality or nightmare. Wedding hairstyles should be chosen based on the facial features, the type of gown, accessories, location of the ceremony and the length of the hair. This style is formal, elegant and sophisticated. Some brides prefer to add color or highlights to the strands. With part of the hair up and held with a clip or hair band, the rest of it on the hair line or at the nape can be curled loose. The hair is pulled back to the nape. Some loose curls can frame the face but if the bride wants a clear face, she can add some pin accessories to the chignon style to make it less flat. Long hair can also be curled and let down especially if the bride has a strapless gown. If the gown is conventional, a Ballerina twist is ideal. The hair will be pushed back and twisted severally to form an up do. Accessories are then added to the twists to form a classy twist with inserts of pearl accessories.
For short hair, the bride can have a classy bob with highlights. If the event will be held at the beach, braids are ideal and they can be styled accordingly.
Executive Summary By Calvin Knowles