Please see my first show on LoveTalk TV, for brides-to-be choosing the right hairstyle for their perfect wedding dress: As always thank you to Balmain, for supporting me with hair extensions.
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Here is some inspiration for any brides to be deciding on what hair to have on their wedding day… This is one of my brides, Rachel…
Another feature from my multi-award winning stint – thank you!
Okay, so you sussed me out – I pretty much love every hairstyle in some way or another…
Here are my favs for the month of love February:
There are many fantastic perks to being a winter bride, obviously brides are still going to be praying for either snow or sunshine, whichever you are hoping for.
It is a given that every single bride wants to look beautiful on her wedding day and whilst some may argue that winter hairstyles do not differ that much from those in other seasons there are some things you really ought to consider for winter wedding hairstyles. Here are my top tips:
The Gorgeous cover for Your Kent Wedding is from a shoot I did recently with the following fab team:
Model: Megan Hayward
Photographer: Darren Brade http://www.darrenbrade.com
Hair: Vicki Lord using Balmain http://www.vickilordbridalhair.co.uk and https://www.balmainhair.com
Makeup: Nicola Peen http://www.weddingmakeupbynicola.co.uk
Accessory: Gillian Million http://www.gillianmillion.com
Happy Christmas ALL…
The Internet and magazines are full of inspirational images for Summer festival brides, and Spring brides and Autumn time brides, but what about Winter wonderland brides? December is a beautiful time to wed, and January is ideal, because it is quiet and whilst February is still very chilly, Valentine’s is sure to add a loving glow to your wedding day.
In the UK we are always worried about the sun not shining for our big day and the outdoor photos not being a wash out, but opting for a Christmas wedding means you have the best of whatever weather comes… If it snows, it is a bonus; if it is bright blue skies with sunshine, then the contrast looks beautiful with bare trees and seasonal flowers.
So with the weather not an issue, you can focus a lot of your attention on what hairstyle to choose.
Most brides this time of the year will probably wear a lovely furry snug or soft shawl, and this is a good idea to keep the chill off them whilst walking down the isle and having their pictures taken.
If you are planning on wearing a shawl you must take into consideration your hairstyle first. For example, if you decide to wear a low side bun or back bun, then the chosen cover-up garment may cause stress on your hairstyle. If the bun is too low, the bottom of the bun may rub against your shawl then your hairstyle may become weak and fall out. So always make sure your hairdresser is aware of everything you plan to wear, as it may be worth opting for an alternative hairstyle, or catering for the extra clothing… So you could still wear a bun to the side or back, but instead of it being a low do, it can be a bun set more central.
For those of brides opting for beautiful lace sleeved dresses. I would recommend having your hair up. Most of the time these types of dresses may have many buttons at the back, which you would hate for your hair to get tangled on! Also you don’t want to hide any intricate detailing of the dress! You could opt for hair to be swept to the side if you feel uncomfortable with all of your hair up!
Brides choosing a high necked dress can try wearing the hair up as high as possible to create height this will elongate the neckline and make you feel tall and slender!
There are some beautiful crystal skull caps, mini top hats and bride cage veils available, so try adding a more elaborate head dress to your hairstyle keeping the jewellery simple, as you may find flowers are more limited this time of the year.
I am getting so festive it is crazy… just on the train to a corporate job, doing the hair of ten clients for their Christmas do at Kingsley Napley. Vicki x