Choose a Style that has Volume and Face Framing Pieces
A hairstyle with soft pieces around the face will always give a more romantic feel. Sometimes brides will worry about these pieces staying all night, but even if they do fall—through a night of dancing, of course—it will blend into the rest of the textures in the hair as opposed to pieces falling around a more severe, slick style.
One of the best ways to accent your spring bridal hair and makeup is to add a little sparkle or a piece of nature into the hairstyle. Adding a subtle headband or a flower to make it even more delicate. Want to incorporate a flower into your hairstyle? Try buying a fabric flower as opposed to a real one because they can be too heavy and weigh down your hair.
Classic Can Be Soft
Many times, brides and stylists make the mistake of thinking that classic styles have to be slick and severe—not true at all! You don’t have to be a Bohemian bride to look effortless and natural. The key is to keep your hair smooth, but still with a lot of movement. Even a French twist (which is probably the most classic hairstyle there is) can be delicate by adding a lot of shine and using your fingers to work with it instead of a comb.
We hope that these tips and ideas are helpful in making your wedding day beauty the best it can be for your special day!