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So what will you do with your hair ?

So what will you do with your hair ?

So you're planning your wedding and all that involves, there's so much with so many details to decide upon, attention now turns to 'What are you going to do with your hair ?' It's an important question with a few things to consider, like how will the style hold up in weather if that's an issue, will a veil and or hair accessory work with the style and would it be a good idea to team a dress from a particular era with a hair style to match, like a 1940's style gown with pin curls?
Long curls tendrils with Maggie Headpiece Messy upstyle with Zara Headband Birdcage Veil 1920s style Poppy Headpiece
We've taken a look at some hairstyles as seen on the 2018 wedding show runways as inspiration. There are a few familiar styles, low curled and tucked under styles. Neat chignons with a twist and beachy long waves a firm boho favourite.
Braided beachy waves Long and loose Volume upstyle St. Tropez Headpiece
A few new looks emerged with some very slicked down hair and ribbon bow ties making an appearance - not for every bride !
​Marchesa bridal showcased big puffed hairstyles with large veils and fabric hair accessories for a pretty dramatic look. Ribbon ties attached to headpieces also featured heavily on the runway.
Tousled waves with Navette Hair VIne Sleek Bun
​Another firm favourite at Jules is designer​ Zuhair Murad, ​their runway look​ was predominated with slicked back hairstyles and accessorised with simple crystal browbands & headbands. for sure your hair will stay put with this style.
The Carolina Herrera bridal model rocked a low looped bun which was a huge h​it, a​ little bit​ more casual​ than the​ very​ traditional chignon.
 Knotted Bun Hairstyle Messy Bun Hairstyle
​We always recommend choosing your hairstylist well in advance, they are more in demand than most other wedding suppliers and can only do one wedding per morning ! Definitely go for at least one hair trial so there are no surprises on the morning of the wedding.
All the best 
xx
Image credits:
1.Maggie Headpiece-
2.Zara Headpiece-
Beachy Curls-
3.Blonde Hair Braid & Curls-
4.Loose Beach Waves-
Puffed Style-
5.Poppy Headpiece-
6.Clarence French Net headpiece-
Low curls-
7.Navette Vine-
8.Low Curls Hairstyle- Bride holding bouquet
Slick-
9.St.Tropez Browband-
10.Brunette Slick Down Hairstyle
11.Chignon Low Loop-
Brunette Low Loop Hairstyle-
12.Bride Low Loop Hairstyle




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