New Spring 2012 Bridal Hairstyles! Check out some of these fresh looks for this wedding season!
Half up half down with a slightly retro touch. I love how the headband adds a little something sweet!
This style reminds me of Sarah Jessica Parker on an episode of Sex and the City. It’s tousled and textured but the part is polished with a jeweled accent. I love this for a really bold bride!
If you’re going up for the big day, looser, fuller styles can be a nice touch. Sometimes too tight can be harsh. I love how these two pics have volume and movement, but still look polished. As i’ve mentioned in some of my last blogs, they would really be accentuated by adding some highlights!
Feathers are still awesome!! They’re even more bridal when paired with silk flowers or jewels.
Braids have been a budding new bridal trend over the past few seasons.
They can make your look more unique and add intricacy when your do is otherwise simple.
The woven bun beats out the traditional bun anyday. Its so much prettier and more interesting. If you’re looking for a cleaner look, I’d go with something like this, really simple in the front, and slightly ornate in the back.
I love this for a compromise between up and down. From the front angle it looks very clean with hair swept off the face and softly gathered back. From behind you can see the long flowey waves, loose but still understated.
Full fledge loose waves are just gorgeous when you’ve got the length. So many brides grow their hair so long and then resolve to put it up, I say if you got it flaunt it!
I really like how fresh this look is on Carrie Underwood. Off the face but slightly tousled with some height on top, she looks formal but not too serious.
If you’re anything like me when I got married, you LOVE long full hair! I was determined to grow my hair as long as I possibly could until the big day. I found, however, that even though it was long, it wasn’t as full as I wanted it to be. This is when I gave in to getting myself some clip-in extensions, and what a difference more hair makes!
I have to say I couldn’t stop flipping my hair around, I felt so glamorous. I wore my hair down and softly curled. Had I not worn the extensions it would’ve looked much shorter because of the curl factor.
Mostly all my brides who are wearing their hair down are choosing to get clip-ins as well. It can really add a whole new look to your hair. Once you have them you can use them for other special occasions. How fun would it be to wear them at your bachelorette party? Or just for a night out with your new hubby!
Here are some before and after pics of girls without and with extensions:
Here are some of our brides who wore clip in extensions for their weddings:
Clip in extensions are much more affordable than bonded or sewn-in extensions, and you can put them in and take them out on your own. They are a great way to add some “wow” factor to your bridal hairstyle.