Wedding hairstyles for medium hair with a veil

The absence of a veil in a wed­ding ensem­ble often looks inor­gan­ic, so many future brides pre­fer to cre­ate an image with this acces­so­ry. If the cel­e­bra­tion will be held in the Euro­pean clas­si­cal style, then you can do with­out a veil, since in this case con­cise­ness and “smooth­ness” of the image are wel­comed. How­ev­er, cur­rent trends in wed­ding fash­ion indi­cate a return to solem­ni­ty and splen­dor, so own­ers of medi­um-length hair are inter­est­ed in styling options that will be in har­mo­ny with this acces­so­ry. Styl­ish beau­ti­ful wed­ding hair­styles for medi­um hair with a veil will be an excel­lent dec­o­ra­tion for a solemn bow, if cho­sen cor­rect­ly and per­formed by an expe­ri­enced mas­ter.

Choos­ing a hair­style for a veil

The veil can be lush or con­cise, have a vari­ety of lengths and num­ber of lay­ers. It is on this that the bride’s hair­style for medi­um hair with a veil will depend. In addi­tion to the style of the acces­so­ry, the shape of the face and the style of the wed­ding ensem­ble are also impor­tant. On the eve of one of the most impor­tant events, it is worth exper­i­ment­ing with styling to be sure of choos­ing the best option.

Loose, shoul­der-length hair is an option that will appeal to girls who want to look touch­ing, cute and very nat­ur­al on their wed­ding day. Such hair­styles with a veil for medi­um hair usu­al­ly com­ple­ment curls, since even the most lux­u­ri­ous hair, straight­ened by a styler, after a few hours with­out comb­ing, will not look very aes­thet­i­cal­ly pleas­ing. The part­ing can be oblique or cen­tral, and the curls them­selves are small or large.

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If this option seems too unpre­ten­tious, you can use a dia­dem, a beau­ti­ful hair­pin or a large live flower. Both mul­ti-lay­ered and sin­gle-lay­ered veils are in per­fect har­mo­ny with col­lect­ed hair. If the acces­so­ry is sin­gle-lay­er, hair­styles with clas­sic buns, volu­mi­nous bouf­fant, large curls will do. A two-lay­er veil attracts atten­tion in itself, so styling should be con­cise. Com­plex dec­o­ra­tions and ele­ments in this case make the image heav­ier and cheap­er. But a lux­u­ri­ous mul­ti-lay­ered acces­so­ry requires splen­dor. You can opt for a false chignon, many curls of var­i­ous sizes.

Wed­ding hair­styles under a veil for medi­um hair are made in such a way that the acces­so­ry is attached at the back of the head, at the crown or direct­ly under the col­lect­ed hair. And this means that a vari­ety of combs, hair­pins, brooches and tiaras are wide­ly used. They look no less impres­sive in com­bi­na­tion with the orig­i­nal weav­ing. Open­work braids, which can be strict and smooth or slight­ly care­less, make the hair­style lux­u­ri­ous.

If the veil is com­bined with a dia­dem, the styling should be high and lush. Pony­tail, clas­sic “babette” or “malv­ina” in this case would be appro­pri­ate. In order for the dia­dem to hold firm­ly and not cause dis­com­fort, it should be fixed on the hair with invis­i­ble hair or a comb.

Greek-style styling looks no less impres­sive on medi­um-length hair. Such hair­styles give the image ten­der­ness, romance, and on the wed­ding day, many brides want to look just like that. In this case, shiny rib­bons, large beads, fine weav­ing are rel­e­vant.

When choos­ing a hair­style that will become an impor­tant part of the wed­ding look, you should fol­low a sim­ple rule: the short­er the veil, the more mag­nif­i­cent and taller the hair­style should be. And don’t for­get prac­ti­cal­i­ty. A com­plex hair­style, com­bined with a mul­ti-lay­ered long veil that pre­vents free move­ment, can ruin the impres­sion of a cel­e­bra­tion.

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