Wedding hairstyles

What hairstyle to choose for a girl for a wedding?

Hair­styles for girls for such a sig­nif­i­cant cel­e­bra­tion as a wed­ding, it is impor­tant to cre­ate, guid­ed not only by beau­ty, but also by the rules of eti­quette. Mod­ern eti­quette is not a rigid set of require­ments, but rather rec­om­men­da­tions, of which there are not so many. But in order for the girl to feel com­fort­able and free, it is bet­ter not to neglect them.

What do you need to know?

Hair­styles for girls of younger and ado­les­cence are dif­fer­ent. The younger the child, the more impor­tant that the styling does not look too grown-up. This option will look unnat­ur­al. It turns out that the cute baby put on her moth­er’s wig. For a 5‑year-old girl, you need to choose a light styling, with­out cre­at­ing bouf­fants, which will only make the small head heav­ier and seem unnat­ur­al. Mod­er­a­tion is also nec­es­sary in jew­el­ry, hair­pins, which should not be mas­sive. For this rea­son, it is bet­ter to refuse high princess tiaras as well.

Thin silk or satin rib­bons, small light hair­pins, pearls are suit­able for a young lady. The hair itself can be either loose or braid­ed into unusu­al pig­tails or pony­tails. A thin wreath of small flow­ers looks good.

As for the hair­style for a teenag­er, on the con­trary, it should not be child­ish. First of all, because girls at that age always want to seem old­er. They have their own ideas about fash­ion and appear­ance, so styling a naive child will only spoil the mood of both the youngest lady and her par­ents.

Teenagers most often choose a sim­ple and con­cise style., which will empha­size their new self-aware­ness. In any case, par­ents should not make deci­sions about the appear­ance of a 14-year-old girl on their own. It should be the result of a joint brain­storm­ing ses­sion. The hair­style should match the out­fit. If the cho­sen dress is clas­si­cal­ly strict, jump­ing curls will be out of place. Con­verse­ly, a tight bun should not be com­bined with a roman­tic lace out­fit.

See also
Wedding sheath dress

Styling products

A large selec­tion and adver­tis­ing are often mis­lead­ing with bright slo­gans and beau­ti­ful pic­tures. But do not think that the pro­mot­ed brands do not have harm­ful chem­istry at all. Since chil­dren’s scalp and hair are still being formed and have not gained full strength, do not spoil them with strong con­di­tion­ers for instant shine and var­nish­es for a strong hold. Hav­ing once dam­aged the roots or hair fol­li­cles, it is very dif­fi­cult to restore them lat­er. There­fore, it is nec­es­sary to pay spe­cial atten­tion to the chem­i­cal com­po­si­tion of sham­poos and oth­er hair shap­ing prod­ucts. The most dan­ger­ous com­po­nents that can be encoun­tered today are:

  • ammo­ni­um per­sul­fate;
  • mono- or tri­ethanolamine;
  • parabens;
  • phtha­lates;
  • iso­propyl alco­hol.

All of the above com­po­nents of mod­ern care and styling prod­ucts are tox­ic and can not only dam­age the hair struc­ture with repeat­ed use, but also be deposit­ed in vital organs. The liv­er and kid­neys are not able to process and remove them, which can lead to intox­i­ca­tion and seri­ous ill­ness. Espe­cial­ly unsta­ble is the grow­ing chil­dren’s body.

We must not for­get about mechan­i­cal dam­age to the hair. They occur when using styling devices with heat­ing ele­ments: curl­ing irons, stylers. Dur­ing growth, chil­dren’s hair often splits on its own, so you should not add a tem­per­a­ture load to them. If you want to get beau­ti­ful curls, it is bet­ter to get by with styling on curlers. Their mod­ern vari­a­tions are soft, which allows you to do styling at night.

For a little girl

Before choos­ing a hair­style, you need to deter­mine which jew­el­ry is best to use. For long hair, small hair­pins or hair­pins of neu­tral col­ors in pas­tel col­ors are bet­ter suit­ed: white, pink, blue. This will help high­light the chic look of a mop of hair or a thick braid. When the work­ing length is medi­um or short, brighter dec­o­ra­tions are allowed.

See also
Winter natural wedding coats and capes

There are many vari­eties of mod­ern styling, but all of them can be clas­si­fied as:

  • loose or semi-loose hair;
  • pig­tails;
  • pony­tail (may be with a tourni­quet);
  • bows;
  • bun.

Each of these hair­styles has its own nuances. So, loose hair can be wound not only on curlers, but also rolled up after wash­ing into bun­dles. The size of the curls is reg­u­lat­ed by the thick­ness of the twist­ed strand. Half-loose hair eas­i­ly turns into a neat hair­style that will retain its shape for a long time, if the strands near the face are not just fas­tened to the back of the head, but first braid­ed into a pig­tail. It is not only func­tion­al, but also beau­ti­ful.

You can talk about braids and their vari­eties for hours. The most fash­ion­able is the French vari­a­tion. It’s easy to braid it. In fact, this is a stan­dard spikelet and the hair is tak­en apart in the same way, while dur­ing weav­ing one strand is placed under the oth­er. That is, it turns out the spikelet on the con­trary.

For a lit­tle girl, a few braids are also good. They can be braid­ed not only from top to bot­tom, but also from the back of the head up or in a cir­cle, as well as oblique­ly and in zigza­gs. Baby braids always look cute and appro­pri­ate.

Pony­tails are also good, which can be com­pli­cat­ed by twist­ing the hair into bun­dles. It turns out very cute stick­ing out buns. But this option can only be mod­eled from long or medi­um hair. A hair bow will become a cre­ative hair­style. It is cre­at­ed on the basis of the tail. For mod­el­ing, you need to tie the base tail. Pass­ing the hair through the elas­tic for the last time, you need to make a loop (the hair is not pulled out com­plete­ly). In this case, the ends remain in front.

The loop is divid­ed into two equal parts, and the ends are thrown back and stabbed with stealth imme­di­ate­ly behind the elas­tic. To com­plete the hair­style, the remain­ing pony­tails can be divid­ed into two or more parts and slight­ly twist­ed. The bun is also con­sid­ered as a hair­style for long hair. In this case, she looks great. To make the hair­style soft­er, you can add a small white satin rib­bon with a bow around the bun.

See also
choice of shade, lush and tight-fitting models, bouquet

For teenagers

The main hair­style options for a girl of 10–14 years old exclude cute rib­bons and curls. More adult, strict vari­a­tions of the beam are well suit­ed. And if you add fash­ion­able weav­ing to it, you get a mod­ern bow — a teenager’s dream. Wed­ding hair­styles in the Greek style or twist­ed curls, loose with a slight neg­li­gence, look good.

At this age, the girl already wants to stand out and empha­size her rich inner world. To do this, you need to turn to com­plex hair­styles. For exam­ple, you can braid sev­er­al French braids in a loos­er weave, low­er­ing them clos­er to your face. Leave the hair at the back of the head unused. At the base of the back of the head, weav­ing must be stopped by tem­porar­i­ly secur­ing the tails of the braids with elas­tic bands. Wind the rest with small strands along with the ends of the braids.

Then roll the hair in the direc­tion from the tips to the back of the head into a not very tight tube and stab it with hair­pins at the bot­tom of the head. The hair­style will look cre­ative, and roman­tic. What­ev­er the styling for the girl, she should not only look good on her own, but also approach the oval of the face and the bow as a whole.

A com­plete image that is not over­loaded with details will help a fash­ion­ista to show her­self favor­ably at any age.

How to make a chil­dren’s hair­style for long hair for a wed­ding, see the fol­low­ing video.