Top Tips to find the perfect Wedding Hairstyle for your Face Shape

Brides, are you still wondering whether to wear a sophisticated bun or a natural loose hairstyle? Today we give you our Top Tips to find the perfect Wedding Hairstyle
for
your Face Shape.

Oval-shaped face

This kind of face shape is the most common and you will recognise it from a lot of celebrities including Jennifer Aniston, Beyonce Knowles and Victoria Beckham… Women with oval-shaped face have wider cheek bones and narrow smooth jaw line and forehead. Lucky you if you have this kind of face: from straight loose to curly bun any hairstyle suits you! A polished bun or a simple loose wavy hairstyle will highlight your beautiful bridal look.

Long-shaped face

Your strong jaw and forehead and broad cheekbones mean you look like Sarah Jessica Parker, Gisele Bundchen or Lisa Kudrow. To highlight your natural beauty choose to fix your hair in an elegant high bun and pin a bridal headpiece or your veil in it. You will also be gorgeous if you choose to have a large one side braid with volume at your roots.

Round-shaped face

A round-shaped face is circular shaped and its length is approximately equal to its width. If you are looking to elongate your face you can opt for a half-up half-down hairstyle like wavy hair fixed with a braid crown. However be careful to not curl your hair too much: it will make your face seem smaller on  your wedding day. If you prefer to keep your hair out of your eyes for your big day opt for a loose bun! Famous round face celebrities include Mila Kurnis and Kirsten Dunst.

Square-shaped face

Lots of women who have wide forehead and jaw like to highlight the beautiful corners of their faces by adding volume at the roots. You can take example from the red carpet hairstyles of Lily Allen, Gwyneth Paltrow or Angelina Jolie. Play with asymmetry by having a part on one side and add even more volume to your hair with a fringe which will highlight your eyes. Whether you choose to have a low messy side bun of a fuzzy braid you can be sure that you will shine on your wedding day.

Heart-shaped face

If your forehead and cheekbones are both wide but your face tapers at the chin be happy you have a heart-shaped face. This shape allows you to have lots of different hairstyles. Take a look at Eva Longoria, Jennifer Lopez or Scarlett Johannson! If you want to have your hair up you can simply choose a sophisticated high bun with a bridal headpiece. If you prefer to have a down hairstyle for your wedding day opt for beachy waves. For an even more trendy effect leave your roots straight and fix some locks for a half up half down hairstyle.

Diamond-shaped face

You have a diamond-shaped face if you have wide cheekbones and a narrow chin and if your face is slightly longer than it is wide. Some of the most famous celebrities with this face shape: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Claudia Schiffer and Kourtney Kardashian. One of your best wedding hairstyles will be a half up half down one: have your hair fixed on one side of the top of your head and have large curls on the length. Add some rhinestones to this hairstyle to make it perfect! Whether you prefer an up style for your big day you can opt for a low braid bun with some spare locks of hair around your face.

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Brides-to-be, hope our blog today helps your with your bridal hairstyle choice,
but feel free to contact us for further advice:
info@dreamirishwedding.com

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