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Turning heads with bridal hairstyles


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To crown your bridal look, only the most charming hairstyle will do. When you visit your hairdresser a few weeks in advance to decide on a hairstyle for your wedding day, you can also deep-condition your hair to keep it shiny and healthy.

It is a good idea to choose a hairstyle that corresponds to your personality. After all, you want to look natural and be yourself. Of course, you might want to treat yourself to a bit more volume or a more sophisticated, upswept do, but your wedding day is not the right time to experiment with a short haircut or completely new hairstyle.

In addition to your taste and personality, you should also take the style of your wedding into account. For a simple wedding, a slightly jazzed up version of your usual hairstyle is just the thing. But for a formal affair, your everyday look just won't cut it.

Bring your hairdresser a photo of your dress, and your headpiece. Then, trust your hairdresser to style you appropriately.

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