(Closed) Convertible hair: From Up to Down?

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
662 posts
Busy bee

I am sort of thinking of doing the opposite which makes me think that I need to do a LOT of curls.  I’d like to have my hair up when the dancing starts.  I might not have moves but I do get warm fast so if there is to be dancing it would help me to have my hair up. 


Have you looked into hair with lots of curls?  You could pin them up loosely so they don’t lose their shape and then let them cascade once the ceremony is over.

Post # 4
2006 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I think it might be a difficult thing to pull off.  If you want your hair to hold up to a windy beach, it probably won’t be in a style that can be released and still look pretty.  And if you have thin hair it might crease from whatever holds it up… I wore mine in an updo and it was SO windy on my wedding day that we had to use tons of pins and spray.  When I took it down later… well it wasn’t pretty.

Sorry, not very helpful :-/

but MAYBE something like this?

Post # 5
5269 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2016

Try to have your hair held up by sewing thread. My hair girl did this for my new e pics and you just cut the thread out. My hair was pretty after I took it out:) its just sewed in but have her do it loosely 

Post # 6
3 posts

Cherry Blossom, could you please post some of your engagement photo hair pics so we can see how it looked (I’m sure gorgeous) with sewing thread? Thanks!

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