Collected wedding hairstyles

Most brides are pleased to “plunge head­long” into the choice of wed­ding hair­styles. It must be unique and spe­cial. Many girls pre­fer bridal hair­styles with col­lect­ed hair.

What are the benefits of tied hair for a wedding hairstyle?

Of course, if you have lux­u­ri­ous hair, no one will for­bid you to demon­strate it in all its glo­ry at an impor­tant event in the life of every per­son. But there are a few points that make you think and, per­haps, tidy up your hair with hair­pins and oth­er “female helpers”:

  • assem­bled wed­ding hair­styles with a veil look much neater than loose ones;
  • in bad weath­er — wind, rain or snow, wed­ding hair­styles with tied hair will not allow the bride to be upset because of fall­en curls or tan­gled strands;
  • smooth wed­ding hair­styles are mega-pop­u­lar today — with them you can cre­ate a fash­ion­able look.
How to choose?

First of all, the hair­style should be pleas­ant to you and in har­mo­ny with your out­fit. But of course, do not neglect the estab­lished rules:

  • girls with an elon­gat­ed face can choose lush and high hair­styles;
  • smooth styling is suit­able for a round face;
  • girls with a swan long neck are rec­om­mend­ed curls and low hair­styles;
  • for brides with a short neck, a babette or shell wed­ding hair­style is per­fect, i.e. high hair­style that will open the ears, shoul­ders; long ear­rings will not be super­flu­ous.

The bun looks very ele­gant, espe­cial­ly since you can pick up var­i­ous hair acces­sories for it — from sim­ple and unpre­ten­tious to bright and glam­orous. For the past few years, the Twist hair­style has not gone out of fash­ion. Dec­o­rat­ed with flow­ers, a dia­dem, it is ide­al for a wed­ding dress and the most del­i­cate image of a bride. The curls col­lect­ed at the crown fas­ci­nate and set in a roman­tic mood.

See also
Rara Avis wedding dresses