BRIDESMAID HAIR 2010 TIPS
Being asked to be a bridesmaid is a great honor for any woman but it also can be very stressful. You have to deal with the bride, who might be overly stressed herself, as well as finding the perfect dress, accessories, and hairstyle to match the wedding’s theme. To make it even more difficult, you have to make sure you don’t outdo the bride by accident.
BRIDESMAIDS HAIRSTYLE TIPS
You may find that your normally easygoing sister or friend suddenly is a tyrant during her wedding planning. Surprise! You have a “bridezilla.” You’re not going to get much of a say in how you dress or wear your hair and even if the bride chooses a style you hate, is there really any point in fighting with her over it? Weddings are emotionally trying and it’s hard sometimes to get someone to listen to you. You could try discussing your issues with a particular hairstyle but unless the bride is asking you to do something outrageous, like dye your hair pink or cut it incredibly short, is it really worth the battle? You only have to wear it this once after all.
BRIDESMAIDS HAIR TIPS
You may be lucky in that you are told the theme and the accessories; the rest is up to you. Wear your hair however you like. If you want to wear an up-do like a French twist, combs are great to add some pizzazz. Hair pins dress up any hairstyle, even short ones. A good rule to remember is that if the bride is wearing her hair down, you should wear yours up and vice versa. For short hair, fluff the back and add accessories and you’re good to go. Long hair can be curled, waved, braided, put into twists, and just about anything you can think of. Medium hair has lots of variety too, and is great for stylish up-dos. Any junior bridesmaids should wear their hair similar to the bridesmaids’ styles but with less of a grown up look.