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he bridesmaid hairstyles must be in line with the bride’s hairstyles, and not the same as the bride’s. For formal weddings, updo hairstyles are the best. They are the most sought after bridesmaid hairstyles, as they are hassle free and need less maintenance, and remain intact even after removing the bridesmaids’ headpieces. For beach weddings, take partial hair and pull them back, letting the other half cascade over the shoulders and adorn the hair with crystal tiaras or flower crowns, for a half updo or a relaxed look. Curling the hair and slightly pulling up the tumbling curls will look soft, and well defines the face.It is important not to have bizarre bridesmaid hairstyles that rival the hairstyle of the bride. Moreover, the bridesmaid hairstyle must blend well with the theme of the wedding, the bridesmaid dress, and of course the facial features and structures. Also gift them some elegant hair accessories and headpieces to blend with the bride’s flavor and to enhance the ambience of the wedding.Brides, who assign a hair stylist to do the work for them, get the stylists to dress the bridesmaids’ hair as well.
Bridal Updos - Sensual and Urbane
Hair updos are the most popular and has a wide multitude of varieties to try. The updos are classic and sophisticated, and blend well with gowns. The most popular bridal updos are the classic ballet bun updo, the classic French twist updo, prom style updo with curls, elegant side updos accessorized with flowers, and messy updos. These styles can be mastered, by practice. Step by step instructions on how to tie them are available on the internet.Simple bridal updos include slightly curling the hair and securing them in a bun, adorned with tiaras or crowns. Half hair updos and partitioned hair updos are also coveted. Bridal updos are also done on braided hair, and on extreme short hair with hair extensions.
Bridal Combs - Functional and Decorative
Compared to the tiaras, bridal combs are smaller, and are usually placed on one side of the head for an asymmetrical look. They are functional and aesthetic; functional by securing the bridal veil in place, and aesthetic as they come incorporated with flowers or feathers. However, it will be difficult to use bridal combs on brides with thin hair. In such cases, hair extensions can be used to add body to the hair and to hold the bridal comb and the veil in place.The bridal combs are comparatively inexpensive than the tiaras. The simpler designs are priced at $30 or a tad above, and the most sophisticated designs are at $99 and up.