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    Wedding Hair Styles . . . Here are the How To’s

    Today’s brides have a myriad of options for their wedding styles hair, but one thing remains true: your wedding day is no time for a bad hair day. If you’re like most brides, you want your hair — along with everything else — to look more beautiful than it ever has. When it comes to wedding styles hair, there tend to be two kinds of brides: those who want something dramatic and special to suit the occasion, and those who, if you’ll pardon the expression, don’t want to change a hair.

    Of course, it is possible to achieve both looks at once: elegant, yet natural. It is also perfectly acceptable to pull out all the stops and go for the most dramatic wedding styles hair ever, including jewels and hair extensions. It’s all a matter of choice. And even if you do choose your everyday hairstyle, there are many touches you can add to look a bit more romantic, but still very much like you. The following are a few tips to help you achieve the wedding styles hair for you.

    Accessories: Hair Accessories range from simple pearl headbands and tiny flower studs sprinkled throughout hair to jeweled hairpins, lace Juliet caps and glittering princess tiaras. When shopping for hair accessories, try to wear your hair in your bridal style to make sure the accessories will work. Tiaras look great on either short or long hair, and flowered or jeweled accessories are also quite versatile. Don’t forget to consider the style and color of your gown — as well as your veil — when selecting hair accessories.

    For more great looks check out our Pinterest Wedding Hairstyles, Prom Hairstyles and Braid Boards.

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