Every bride wants to look her best on her big day. There are many wedding hairstyles to choose from, so it’s important that you choose the right one. Here are some important points to consider.

If you’re wearing a veil or headpiece such as a crown or tiara, you need to take this into consideration.

Make sure that you have enough time to prepare your hair. Usually, you may need about six weeks before the wedding to make minor changes to your hair. If you will be changing your hairstyle, hair color, or length, you may need up to six months.

Make an appointment with a hairdresser recommended by your family and friends, or with your own hairdresser. It’s important to bring pictures of the dress, headpiece and wedding hairstyles that you would like to try. Also, discuss with the hairdresser what will be the appropriate color, texture and style. If you don’t like the hairdresser, go to another one. It’s important that your hairdresser knows what you want and can deliver it for your wedding day.

If you’re thinking of having your hair permed or straightened, check to make sure this won’t damage your hair. Damaged tresses will not look good and will be difficult to style. If you want to try this, make sure that you still have enough time to experiment and to undo it if it doesn’t look good.

If you’d like to dye your hair, consider if the color will compliment your skin tone and eye color. It’s better to enlist the services of a professional colorist for this. When dyeing, use a temporary dye first (in case you dislike the results).

Your hair should compliment the cut of your gown. If you have a simple gown, you can choose something uncomplicated. Select a range of wedding hairstyles to choose from that will be comfortable and will not be difficult to maintain since you’ll have a lot of things to take care of on your wedding day.

If you have short hair, you may want to add highlights. You may also want to have conditioning treatments or try products that will add shine. You can also try a multi-textured look. Flowers also look good on short hair. (Make sure you do a test run first.)

If you have long hair, an elegant updo will minimize the need for upkeep during the day.

There’s a huge range of wedding hairstyles to choose from. Hopefully these tips will give you a head start on choosing the right hairstyle for your big day.

Source by Susan Jones