Bridesmaids Hairstyles for Long Hair 2013 – If you’re a bridesmaids, you may have already installed for Your boots, tulle dresses below – below and a bouquet of flowers. But whether you decide on how to wear your long hair? I see a lot of requests for bridal style long hair at the salon. Here are my top five design bridal long hair for a wedding this year.
1. Long and wavy. Super stiff, tight spiral curls have been replaced by fresh, loose waves. Loose waves are popular everywhere, especially on the bride. This is a soft, sophisticated and totally modern, unfussy. This looks best with a simple dress and beautiful, from the face, the veil. If your hair is very long, it will cover part of your outfit, so keep that in mind when choosing your dress and hairstyle.
2. Half up, half down. If you are a small-bodied, you may be overwhelmed by the huge dress, veil and big hair. You can still have the beauty of a long, loose waves without being overwhelmed by the hair. Just take the same loose waves hairstyles, but pin the Crown hair back to clamp a. This will make your hair back away from your face and let you become a star. It also creates a great place for Your hood pin.
3. loose Bun. If You fancy dress, strapless, or You may not want to cover it up with your long hair. Instead, twist it into a loose bun or French twist is simple. Stay soft and simple so as not to compete with your dress. Don’t pull it too tight, because the display would be too heavy for the delicate style today. You can even leave some soft curls around your face if you want.
4. The Ballerina bun. If your dress, or skirt-shaped ballerina full waist fitted, you may want to consider the Ballerina bun to balance. This is the bread of the subject high on the head, and it can be braided or twisted to the effect. Half of the veil can be tucked under the bun to hang on the back of your dress to be Cinderella.