#FNPGuides: Useful tips for Bridal Hairstyles
If you are getting married soon, then you must be going through so many tips and tricks that will help you sail through your wedding smoothly. Be it for planning, choosing a lehenga, makeup, photographer and whatnot. In all that chaos you must also be worried about the hairstyle you would be getting done for your big day! Just like your makeup, your hair has the ability to make or break your look. Therefore, you need to keep some things in mind before going for a certain hairdo.
We have penned down some useful tips for you to get the perfect hair for your wedding functions…
Know what you want
First things first, choose which type of hairstyle do you want. Previously, the brides used to go for buns as their go-to hairstyle for the weddings. But now they have become really experimental as they are going for open hair or plaids for their wedding day. So, be confident in whatever you choose.
Always get a trial first
After selecting your bridal hairstyle, you really need to get a trial with your hairstylist. You should know how you are going to look at the wedding day. Being the bride it is not suggested to experiment with your look.
Keep a check on the climate
If you are getting married in summers then you should definitely go for a bun or updo as it will keep your hair intact and free from getting messed up. Whereas if your wedding in winters then you can open hair without any discomfort.
Nourish your hair
This is really important to keep you healthy and lustrous. Get proper hair spas and use hair masks before and after the wedding. This will keep your hair protected from all the damage caused by hairsprays used while styling.
Don’t get a haircut or hair colour just before the wedding
Again, don’t experiment with your hair just before the wedding even with its length or colour. What if they don’t match with the look you were planning. So, it is advised to not take any risk with your hair.
We hope these tips will help you get the perfect hairstyle for your wedding functions!