Need new hairstyle

TrixieLevy

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They say you should not change your hairstyle right before your wedding. But I did it exactly 2 weeks before it. And I do not regret: I got gorgeous blond medium bridal hair that looked amazing!
 
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  • Don't choose a single inspiration photo. ...
  • Don't schedule your trial too early. ...
  • Don't change your hair too close to the wedding. ...
  • Don't set unrealistic expectations. ...
  • Don't solicit too many opinions
 

beauty01

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Here Are Some Different Types of Hairstyle as per face​

  • Round Face -If you want to leave your hair loose, pick voluminous wavy hair over flat ironed and straight hair
  • Oval or Long Face-Since you already have the length, adding some width by creating an up style at the midsection of the crown or to one side will balance the face out better
  • Square Face-Texture, waves, and curls work really well for square faces as they add softness to the face
  • Heart Face Shape-Leave some soft curls lose around the face, especially along the jawline as this will help to accentuate cheekbones
  • Diamond Face–Hair left loose looks better on you than wearing your hair up. This creates some softness around the jaw
 

jeffreywalton

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Do you have any thoughts about it? For my wedding, I opted for a classic low chignon. My hair is not very long, so this hairstyle was just perfect for me. Additionally, I wore a blanche silver hair comb from https://hairdecoration.com, in order to accentuate my bridal hairstyle. It looked so simple and delicate at the same time, so I definitely recommend you to try hair accessories. However, make sure that you choose right the color of the metal. It has to match with your earrings and necklace. Still, pick the hairstyle that you're comfortable with, so that you won't feel upset with it at your wedding!
 
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