Wedding UpDos and Wedding UpDon’ts



Belle the Magazine

Once you’ve decided on the dress, the next step is choosing how you want to wear your hair on the big day. To help you get started, here’s a list of wedding hairstyle trends for 2013 as well as some trends you shouldn’t attempt.


Do

The Loose Updo—feminine, beautiful, timeless. (Style Me Pretty)


Don’t

The too tight, headache-inducing, I’m-either-going-to-a-business-meeting-or-a-sideways-bun-convention look is too uptight for your wedding day. (StylesNew.com)

Do

Fishtail braids can be incorporated into an updo or a wispy side braid. Just be sure to find a stylist that knows what they’re doing. (Studio 417 Salon)

Don’t

Braided pigtails tend to look too girlish, especially when tied with bows that resemble something from the accessory line of Little Bo Peep. (ProjectWedding.com)

Do

Accessorize with a delicate flower that’s perhaps accented in beads or jewels for a little added sparkle. (Belle the Magazine)

Don’t

Don’t let your head be a flower. (LahoriPoint.com)


Do

Allow some wispy pieces to naturally be separated from your updo. (LongHairstylesHowTo.com)

Don’t

Don’t let your wispiness turn into a hot mess. (The Knot)

Do

The side ponytail can be a fun, easy and polished look for the big day, especially when worn with the right dress and accessories. (Style Me Pretty)

Don’t

Ponytails should look effortless but not so effortless that it appears that you just popped out of bed and said, “Ok I’m ready; let’s do this thing.” (StyleCraze)

 

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