Wedding Hairstyles 2011
Wedding Hairstyles 2011 just means the latest trend of hairstyles for wedding days. When Kate Middleton wore her hair down on her wedding day she started a trend. We predicted the sassiest brides of 2011 would be wearing their hair down, whether curled and accessorized or half up, half down with flowers. And we were right. LIly Allen, Kate Moss and Abigail Clancy all went for loose hair on their big day.
All the styles below can be accessorized to add interest with a sparkly hair band, hair clip or flowers pinned to the back or sides or worn with a traditional tiara and veil.
Long hair worn half up, half down
If you’d like to wear your hair down but still want to make it look more special than usual, consider having the sides taken up while leaving the length down or curled.
Mid-long length hair worn up
If your hair is shoulder-length or longer then you may want to wear it in a classic ‘up do’. Intricate styles can look like works of art as they weave lengths of the hair around each other into a pattern and are held firmly in place by pins.
You don’t have to have long hair to have a great bridal hair style. Short hair can be curled and accessorized in just the same way as long hair and adorned with pretty, sparkly hair clips, an alice band or flowers.
Long hair, worn down
For those with long hair who don’t want to wear it half up, it can look just as stunning worn down. A headband and curls come into their own when your hair is down and look particularly sparkly against dark hair. Statement earrings can also work very well with long hair worn down.
However you choose to wear your hair on your wedding day consider the shape of your face, the length of your hair and take professional advice from an expert at your local hairdressing salon when you book a wedding hair trial.
Posted on September 24, 2011, in Hairstyles and tagged Bridal Hairstyles, Bridal Hairstyles 2011, Hairstyles 2011, Hairstyles for Wedding, Wedding Hair Styles, Wedding Hair Styles 2011, Wedding Hairstyles, Wedding Hairstyles 2011. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.