Wedding hairstyles with a veil

Wedding hairstyles with tiara and veil

The bride on her main day should be impec­ca­ble. For this not enough expen­sive out­fit and appro­pri­ate attrib­ut­es, you need to cor­rect­ly choose a hair­style. For sev­er­al sea­sons, the pop­u­lar­i­ty of hair­styles with a dia­dem and a veil has not sub­sided. Such a lux­u­ri­ous acces­so­ry will make the bride feel like a real queen.

History of the tiara

The appear­ance of the acces­so­ry orig­i­nates in ancient Greece. There, priests wore sim­i­lar acces­sories, inter­pret­ing them as rit­u­al ban­dages. Lat­er, the dec­o­ra­tion began to be used by mon­archs as a sym­bol of pow­er. The fab­ric mate­r­i­al was replaced with pre­cious met­als, and the round shape became open.

After some time, the jew­el­ry became an attribute of the high­est nobil­i­ty, and only then passed into the sta­tus of wom­en’s acces­sories. The peak of the pop­u­lar­i­ty of jew­el­ry came in the 18th cen­tu­ry. These small crowns were designed to empha­size the nobil­i­ty and finan­cial well-being of their own­ers, there­fore they were cov­ered with com­plex pat­terns of gold or sil­ver.

At present, the dia­dem has lost the func­tion of empha­siz­ing the sta­tus of the host­ess. How­ev­er, this acces­so­ry, even if it is made of ordi­nary dec­o­rat­ed met­al, is able to enliv­en any hair­style and add lux­u­ry to the wed­ding look.

Types of decoration

In its clas­sic form, the dia­dem resem­bles a crown, but with an open base. The high­est point of the prod­uct is locat­ed exact­ly in the mid­dle of the head, grad­u­al­ly decreas­ing, diverg­ing towards the edges. This dec­o­ra­tion can be quite mas­sive or, con­verse­ly, very minia­ture, bare­ly notice­able under the veil.

Anoth­er type of dia­dem is the tiara. It is a one-piece con­struc­tion of the same height over the entire diam­e­ter. There are acces­so­ry options designed for fas­ten­ing from the back of the head or from the side. This is done so that beau­ti­ful curls do not fall into the face of the bride, and the sparkle of pre­cious stones does not switch atten­tion from the bride’s face to a shin­ing acces­so­ry.

Fer­ronières are jew­el­ry in the form of an ele­gant chain or hoop., going to the fore­head. As a rule, they are equipped with a “droplet” of pre­cious stones, pearls or arti­fi­cial flow­ers. Acces­sories can be attached to the wed­ding hair­style ver­ti­cal­ly (like a stan­dard hoop) or hor­i­zon­tal­ly (like a crown). In order for the styling not to fall apart through­out the wed­ding day, many brides pre­fer tiaras fas­tened with combs.

The appear­ance of the jew­el­ry is select­ed in accor­dance with the indi­vid­ual pref­er­ences of the bride. The tiara can be made of expen­sive mate­ri­als or jew­el­ry, includ­ing pre­cious stones (dia­monds) and Swarovs­ki crys­tals or stan­dard plas­tic beads. The same applies to pat­terns: geo­met­ric shapes, flo­ral orna­ments, fan­ta­sy lig­a­ture.

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Combined styling

If you plan to dec­o­rate your hair for a wed­ding with a veil and a dia­dem, then the main thing in this sit­u­a­tion is to choose the right hair­style. Volu­mi­nous wed­ding hair­styles with a dia­dem and a veil will give the bride’s image more fem­i­nin­i­ty. It is bet­ter if the styling is done in the form of a pret­ty bun, babette, pig­tail, fold­ed into a ring, and the dia­dem is equipped with a comb. The dec­o­ra­tion should be quite volu­mi­nous so as not to get lost in the hair. The style of the veil is also impor­tant so that there is no sense of visu­al imbal­ance. When choos­ing a wed­ding acces­so­ry, you should remem­ber the rule: the more volu­mi­nous the dec­o­ra­tion, the more mod­est and stricter the veil should be (one or two tiers or a veil).

A small acces­so­ry a la crown will look good with long flow­ing hair or in the con­text of a smooth hair­style for long hair. Curls should be large, beau­ti­ful­ly styled, like Hol­ly­wood, falling over the shoul­ders or raised. Numer­ous curls run­ning around the perime­ter of the entire head are unac­cept­able.

Jew­el­ry intend­ed for decor, loose curls or smooth styling should not be large and con­tain bright dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments (fresh flow­ers, feath­ers), as this will great­ly over­load the image. And also do not over­sat­u­rate the hair­style with oth­er dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments. All acces­sories used must match the col­or of the base and style.

For own­ers of curls, it is rec­om­mend­ed to choose ele­gant tiaras. In a com­pa­ny with such dec­o­ra­tion (with­out unnec­es­sary dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments and visu­al mas­sive­ness), it is good to use a mul­ti-tiered veil.

A Greek-style hair­style, com­ple­ment­ed by a dia­dem and a veil, will add more romance to the bride’s wed­ding look.

Brides with bangs are advised to fol­low addi­tion­al rec­om­men­da­tions so as not to turn their hair­style into bad taste. It is impos­si­ble to allow the jew­el­ry to be on the hair­line. For this you need:

  • con­stant­ly make sure that a wide hairy area always remains between the frontal part and the dec­o­ra­tion;
  • lay the bangs in such a way that it does not inter­fere with the dia­dem;
  • give pref­er­ence to a nar­row acces­so­ry that goes over the fore­head.

The type of hair­style is pri­mar­i­ly deter­mined by the length and thick­ness of the hair. From a lux­u­ri­ous mop of hair, you can braid, and then ele­gant­ly style a lush braid or curl chic curls. Thin hair of medi­um length looks neat in a lush bun or snail. To give the image of nat­u­ral­ness, you should release a few curly strands from the hair­style. The lat­ter can be replaced with bangs.

Tiara for short hair — a rather dif­fi­cult case, since the acces­so­ry, with a suc­cess­ful selec­tion, can add expres­sive­ness to the look of the bride, and in the case of an unsuc­cess­ful pur­chase, spoil it. In order for a short hair­cut to look har­mo­nious with a dia­dem, the lat­ter should not have large dec­o­ra­tive inserts. The best option is a one-piece hoop, fer­on­nieres and ele­gant chains.

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Fashion trends

Con­sid­er what trends are rel­e­vant this sea­son.

For the bride

Today, the bride for the wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny can choose a hair­style with a dia­dem in any style: tra­di­tion­al, roman­tic, retro, coun­try, bohemi­an, youth, Greek, vamp. In order for the jew­el­ry to look organ­ic in the hair, you need to remem­ber the rule: for brunettes and fiery red brides, a dia­dem with light, beau­ti­ful­ly iri­des­cent stones is suit­able, and for blondes — jew­el­ry with crys­tals in light pas­tel col­ors.

Among the lat­est fash­ion trends is to dec­o­rate the bride’s head with a dia­dem with blue stones and pome­gran­ate. Tiaras with pearls in a sil­ver or gold frame are very much in demand among brides. Met­al at will can be cho­sen more mod­est. In any case, such dec­o­ra­tion will add ten­der­ness and charm to the bride. Sim­i­lar moth­er-of-pearl peb­bles on a wed­ding dress will add har­mo­ny to the image. The orig­i­nal dia­dem can be made of beads or flow­ers, with your own hands or with the help of expe­ri­enced crafts­men.

For a girlfriend

Dec­o­ra­tion at a wed­ding in the form of a dia­dem is the pre­rog­a­tive of the bride, how­ev­er, if you real­ly want to dec­o­rate your hair with a sim­i­lar acces­so­ry, expert advice should be tak­en into account.

  • The tiara should be thin so as not to over­shad­ow the bride’s jew­el­ry. Such an ele­gant acces­so­ry will look ele­gant on loose curls, in a high bun, a Greek hair­style or a volu­mi­nous braid.
  • The tiara can be dec­o­rat­ed with fresh flow­ers (one large bud or a cou­ple of small ones).
  • If there are stones in the acces­so­ry, they should be of medi­um size and, as it were, be buried in the hair (any high styling will do).
  • It is very fash­ion­able for girl­friends to use col­ored veils in com­bi­na­tion with a dia­dem. This hair­style echoes the image of the bride. How­ev­er, it is bet­ter if all the brides­maids of the bride and groom sup­port a sim­i­lar style so that there is no notice­able con­trast between the bride and anoth­er young lady with a veil.
  • Tiaras of girl­friends can be dec­o­rat­ed with medi­um-sized pearls, but the lat­ter should only slight­ly stand out from under the curls (spi­ral, zigzag, care­less).
  • A brides­maid can dec­o­rate with a tiara not only her chic loose hair, but also a hair­style in the form of a high or low pony­tail, a Greek-style braid.
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Parse step by step

For brides with thick hair, mak­ing a hair­style with a dia­dem is quite sim­ple. It is enough to curl large curls, and then freely dis­solve them. In this case, the dec­o­ra­tion is fixed with invis­i­bil­i­ty, and a veil is attached to the ends of the dia­dem. If loose curls are not an option for you, you can stab the curls with the same invis­i­bil­i­ty on the sides of the head, slight­ly lift­ing the strands (such as a cas­cade) at the tem­ples so that the shoul­ders and neck are vis­i­ble.

Greek hair­style, espe­cial­ly in tan­dem with a themed tunic dress, is very pop­u­lar at wed­ding cer­e­monies. It’s pret­ty easy to cre­ate. A straight cut is made. The strands are combed back, form­ing a slight ele­va­tion in the cen­ter of the head. This ele­va­tion can be cre­at­ed nat­u­ral­ly, using a pile, or put a flat over­lay under the strands. Combed curls can be freely dis­solved or tak­en into a long roller. For the last option, you need an elas­tic band.

The dia­dem in the Greek hair­style is cho­sen in the form of a mod­est rim (often with flow­ers), locat­ed in the imme­di­ate vicin­i­ty of the frontal region. You can choose an acces­so­ry that cross­es the fore­head and is fas­tened with hair­pins in the tem­po­ral areas on both sides.

Wed­ding fash­ion refers to the trends of the mid-twen­ti­eth cen­tu­ry, when at the peak of pop­u­lar­i­ty were mul­ti-for­mat rollers: round, semi­cir­cu­lar, side, elon­gat­ed, at the back of the head or in the cen­ter of the head. This hair­style, com­bined with a veil and a dia­dem, looks very impres­sive. If you dec­o­rate a high babette, made in the cen­ter of the head, with a dia­dem, it will give the image of the bride ten­der­ness, fem­i­nin­i­ty and roy­al­ty. Visu­al­ly “stretch­es” growth, opens a charm­ing neck and shoul­ders.

beautiful images

The tiara with flo­ral motifs on a high beam looks incred­i­bly gen­tle and har­mo­nious, echo­ing the pat­tern with the edg­ing of the veil. A rather wide tiara with Swarovs­ki crys­tals looks regal.

For lovers of lux­u­ry, volu­mi­nous tiaras with flo­ral motifs will suit. Anoth­er trend of recent sea­sons is fer­on­nieres. Pearl jew­el­ry, which goes over the fore­head, gives the image of the bride a some­what ori­en­tal fla­vor. Shy women can choose an acces­so­ry made of plain met­al, dec­o­rat­ed with but­ter­fly fig­ures on the sides.

A wed­ding tiara does not have to be dec­o­rat­ed with stones. Lace, beads and sequins can become its basis. A dia­dem resem­bling a crown, dec­o­rat­ed with large stones, looks lux­u­ri­ous.

The tiara-comb will organ­i­cal­ly fit into a high hair­style with bangs.

How to make a wed­ding hair­style with a dia­dem and a veil, see the fol­low­ing video.