Looking great as a bridesmaid is important, but you don’t want to outshine the bride on her own wedding day. See how she intends to wear her hair that day so that you don’t copy her style. Finding the right hairstyle that will flatter you can be tough. The best ideas are the simplest. Too much hair tends to make you stand out and this is one day you want to blend in with the crowd. Different hair types will need different styles. Read on to find out some ideas for short, medium and long length hair.

Short Hair Styling Ideas

Don’t think of yourself as at a disadvantage because you have short hair. You can look sleek and gorgeous when you have light layers pinned behind your ears and your bangs in the front should be just slightly parted. You can find a wide variety of small hair clips and accessories with which to adorn your hair. Just remember, keep it simple.

Medium Length Hair Styles

Girls who’s hair is of medium length it is recommended that you wear your in a bundle with just a few strands flowing from it. You can layer or curl your hair to create a slight cover that will easily brushed back from the face. Your hair in the front should be parted fully in order to highlight your entire face. This will bring more attention to the hairstyle you worked hard to create. You can use some smaller accessories for this type of hair style, but remember, should we say it again? Keep it Simple!

What to Do with All That Hair

Girls who have the longest hair are usually the hardest to please. There are lots of options when your hair is a bit longer. Your options might include a simple floral barrette holding the hair back behind the ear, you can have a fancy, but not too fancy up do or you can tie your hair in a loose bundle at the back of the neck. These types of hair designs look pretty on any girl, but they keep the attention where it should be, on the bride. It is best to find pictures of hairstyles you would wear and check it with the bride and your stylist. You want to be a simple yet elegant backdrop for the star of the show who happens to be the bride.

Source by Yolanda Nash