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You could have planned your wedding day all the way down to the last detail–ceremony and reception. You have searched out that good gown. And now you should decide on that finishing touch–your hairstyle. A romantic fashion could be very fitting for this most special day. Does this Spark an thought
Achieve a romantic princess look with cascading curls. Start with dry hair. Wrap 3-inch sections of your hair around medium-barreled hot rollers. Once the rollers have cooled, remove them. Loosen the curls by flipping your head over and combing your fingers through your hair. Pull individual sections of your hair up on to the crown of your head. Safe every section with pins, leaving the ends unfastened in order that the curls loosely circulate over the top of your head. Finish off the look with a veil or tiara, whatever works best with your dress, or by adding rhinestones hair clips.
A low bun is a classy and romantic wedding hairstyle. To create this look, start by parting your hair down the center or to the side. Backcomb your hair to offer it height. Pull all your hair into a low ponytail and secure with a hair tie at the nape of your neck. Twist the ponytail and wrap it around the hair tie, forming a bun. Tuck hair pins into the bun to safe it. You can either keep all of your hair sleek and smoothed back, or you may pull a few strands out of the bun to frame your face. Don’t forget to accessorize; tuck a flower or a crystal clip into the aspect of the bun to create curiosity.
A partial up-do is a sweet and romantic type for your wedding day. You can either curl your hair or wear it straight for this look. Part your hair to 1 side or down the middle. Separate the top section of your hair, on either aspect of the half and pull it back in order that it forms a ponytail. Secure with a hair tie. Take a small part of hair from the ponytail and wrap it around the hair tie. Secure this piece underneath the ponytail with a bobby pin. Accessorize with a hair comb, veil or tiara.