Sunday, February 18, 2018

Summer hair trends

sadviser July 18, 2012

The warmer months can present a challenging time for your tresses. Added heat and moisture can turn your beautiful bridal hairdo upside down if care and planning is not implemented.
Here are some common concerns that you need to consider to ensure your hair is picture perfect on your special day…

Fighting Frizz and Fly-aways

Whether hair is straight or curly, it might be hard to style in the summer because of humidity. Many brides-to-be are faced with daily frizz, and fly-aways. It’s best to not fight with your hair, but instead treat it with love and care. Smoothing conditioners will seal the hair cuticle and prepare it for styling, while smoothing serums will tame stubborn fly-aways. There is no point in piling on product that will leave your hair oily and limp. Less is more is key for maintaining your style throughout the day, and a little hairspray will be sure to keep your tresses in place.

Long vs Short Hair

It’s an all too common occurrence that brides-to-be desire a change, and more common than not, resort to the chop without considering the consequences. Depending on the length of your hair, possibilities can be endless, as long as you decide on a hairdresser well in advance of your big day and schedule a series of hair trials so that you’re comfortable and confident that your hairdresser will create the style of your dreams.
A pixie cut can look amazing with proper styling and treatment. If you’re after a quick-fix of longer hair for your big day, then consult an experienced hair stylist in hair extensions. The last thing you want are extensions that don’t match your hair colour and type. If you are confused as to whether you should have hair up or down and have the long tresses to work with, consult your stylist and bring photos of your dress, veil and hair accessories so that your hair will compliment your style.
Be sure to check out our hair stylists in your state and book in a consultation well in advance for peace of mind before your wedding day.

Hair Accessories

Depending on your hair length, hair accessories can add a touch of style and sophistication to your overall look. Some brides long after wearing a veil and complete the look with a hair comb or tiara.
If a veil is not your thing, and you are after a 1940s wave or long cascading locks, the addition of a fascinator, diamante encrusted headband or hairpins will complete your look. Once again, be sure to take your hair accessories to your hair trials so ensure that you’re happy with the overall hairstyle.
From Bride Online.