Nearly year end, Vee believe a lot of people are received “Red Boom” from his/her friends. Even vee also can’t escape from this. 😛 As a good friends of them, besides giving them blessing, Vee can share with them some idea to find wedding hair inspiration it’s on the runway–where modern ‘dos and innovative twists on classic styles are equally coveted. Designers like Jason Wu and Valentino gave the braid a major push during their Spring 2013 and Spring 2012 shows respectively.
Braids were seen in various incarnations from updos to cascades and, yes, even as an accent to a short coif. Another hot wedding hair trend? Glamorous designs inspired by the roaring ’20s. Thanks to the late release of The Great Gatsby, hairstylists went above and beyond and re-created old Hollywood-inspired looks with a few modern twists. Brides seeking sweet and simple styles are also in luck: ponytails were highly received at recent runway shows including Marc Jacobs and Jenny Packham.
Want wedding hair with a super-natural look and a nice glossy finish? Look to Hollywood. Julianne Moore and Claire Danes, who were spotted on the red carpet at this year’s Emmy’s wearing their locks down, are a testament that leaving your wedding hair loose can be just as beautiful as ever. From braids to ponytails to simple tresses and a few other romantic wedding hair trends, consider any one of these 20 gorgeous styles for your wedding day.
We love the understated elegance of wavy wedding hair. But, if you want to change your beauty look throughout your wedding day, try a cute birdcage for the ceremony (with a nude lip) then come reception time you can let your locks fly loose and swipe on a coat of red lipstick.
For 2013, why take the bun to the next level with this twisted style–a look that’s easily achieved by parting your hair into three sections (right, left and middle) and coiling them together into three buns that look like one seamless ‘do.
Spring 2013 brought lots of exciting hair inspiration, but our favourite comes from Jason Wu, who had Odile Gilbert for Kerastase create this masterpiece. What is it? An African braid tightly tied at the back and tucked underneath to form a chignon!