The wedding bells are on! Is love in the air or on your hair? Hope it is both because, on this big day, your wedding dress is most likely going to be a show stopper, but it is important to also make your hair a part of your accoutrement and also should be inclusive to the jewelry you wear because hair is always an exquisite accessory. This is vital because the feel of the cool air on your face and the wind blowing through your meticulously done hair as you walk down the aisle will be the most mind-blowing experience you will have on your day.
Most brides start early before their day disciplining their beauty regime like a prayer recited every day, why not? It is your big day, your hourglass figure should be perfect for the dress, and the makeup on fleek because no one wants to show up for their big day looking like a clown. Why go through all that hustle and forget to perfect your hair? A good accessorized hair is an assurance to resonate you with the goddess herself. Flaunt your pretty self by glowing naturally during your big day.
Are you a classic, bohemian or vintage kind of bride? When choosing the right jewelry to accessorize your hair ensure that you do not balk out at anything, even that which remotely resembles something Duchess Kate would fancy. When choosing your hair accessory, ensure that it fits your style. Personalize it. Are you a barefoot kind of beach bride? A flashy starfish hair comb or orchid flowers would suit you best. For the minimalistic brides, a classic style would be a mojo. For the bohemian and oh! Romantic girls, a handcrafted design would fancy your tastes.
The wedding dress should also be prioritized when hunting your accessories. If your dress is meek without any forms of superfluities, it opens doors to choosing larger than life accessories but an embroidered dress cuffs you into specific colors and designs. For the luxurious brides, a gold hair accessory is a favorite. Not only are they a jaw-dropping sight, but also flow best with off-white, ivory and champagne wedding gowns. Gold flirts with any hairdo or color. So, whether you are a dark goddess, a blonde princess or a ravishing redhead, do not flex, gold is perfect for you. Don’t just make up your mind on your hair accessories, change it up. Give your hair an updo, make it classy and sassy. Have fun and revel in your hair and make sure your hairstylist is the crème de la crème.
After the excruciating task of choosing a hair accessory that best suits your preferences, it is also important to make a choice on the nitty-gritty details such as pins, a humongous clip for side sweeping your hair or drape a regal maang tikka onto your forehead.
Headbands are definitely the trend du jour because they complete the bridal ensemble. They are practically similar to a bride gown since they allow brides to play it dramatically while still maintaining that classy and beautiful style. Headbands can be dainty and understated to give you a traditional look or gift you with a binged glitzy look. Pearls for the vintage-die hard, worn alone specially crafted for the modern woman while oodles of crystals for the glam brides. Whatever your choice is, a headband is at all times going to add a crown of sparkle. They can be thick, simple or ornate all you have to do is astutely select your fancy.
Channel your inner fairy queen with an array of headbands that can be worn with any length or differently styled hair, whether with bangs or not. Their versatility allows you to wear your hair up or down, half up or half down and can be decorative and functional as well to keep your hair where you want it all day while giving an extra romantic oomph around you and take you from gorgeous to overwhelmingly mesmerizing.
The days when hair accessories were limited to clips, combs and pins are a tale of the past.
Most brides have embraced the culture of headbands which are now available in different styles:
Customized headbands: handcrafted hair accessories made of pearls, crystals, gold, silver and rhinestones.
Classic headbands: hair accessories that were created over eighty years ago but also look very chic when paired with any modern regalia.
Floral headbands: made with small flowers mostly accented with a rhinestone to give you a glamorous look.
Trending headbands: these are mainly the fascinators. Worn by Kate Middleton, Princess Beatrice and any other royals you can account for who walked down the aisle. It is embroidered with beads, crystals and ribbons.
Vintage: simple and easily accessible accessories. They are mainly a reinterpretation of elegances from the past.
Australia has a lot of retail accessory shops that can offer you a diverse choice of your taste and preferences:
Stephanie Browne in Austalia wide – offers luxurious, elegant (Swarovski crystals and pearls) and stylish (feathers, rhinestones and glass beads) unique pieces that range in color (gold, silver, rose gold and rhodium silver) , size and details such as the Delma Art Deco headband, vintage that is priced started at $245.
Jeanette Maree, Victoria – handmade designed and handcrafted attractive and faux pearls from Swarovski elements to suit all bohemian, bucolic industrial, vintage allure and timeless brides. Worth range from $32-$980.
Alannah Hill, Victoria- avails to your pocket-friendly offers that will not only save your money but also gives you a chick look and camouflages well with your wedding gown. Simplicity and taste. Their Riviera Royalty Fascinator headband goes at $49.
Tania maras, Victoria – an eponymous line that offers unique and bold Bohemian Lux contemporary bride accessories that are custom made for ladies that have the elegant touch of exquisite, unique and modern craft-manship of effortlessly cool luxurious bridal Fayette delicate wedding Halo priced at $365.
Forever New, South Australia- offers a range of playful headbands that guarantees you glamour and style. Their products are embellished, to offer you that opulent finish you have been hankering for your wedding. Their Ariel side Orchid Fascinator will cost you $34.99.