Post # 1
Well, I think I have changed my mind with what I want to do with my hair on my wedding day. I originally wanted to go with my hair pulled back with some loose curls in the back. Now I think I want to go with more of a soft curl look all over. My fiance loves when I curl my hair but it doesn’t always hold curls the greatest and don’t want to worry about it being in my face.
Here are some pics I found that I liked – somebody earlier had actually used these and they were exactly what I was looking for. My question is – how do I wear a veil with this hairstyle? Does anybody have any pictures they can share? I originaly was going to wear a low updo with the veil over the updo. Thanks!!
Post # 3
I love Taylor’s hair. I am not a fan of super cured hair since it just does not look natural. These styles are a great example of perfectly curled hair. The loose ends look extra sexy.
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
I think you could still defintely do a veil over either of these down ‘dos!
Post # 5
You could easily do a veil with either!
Post # 6
I love both of these styles. I don’t know how it would turn out on me though.
Post # 7
Omg, the Eva picture is the exact same one I want to bring into my hair stylist to see if she can duplicate with a veil. I’m pretty sure they’ll be able to put a veil underneath the curls in the back and it’ll look great. I was considering using a pretty barette as well so during the reception I can take the veil off. Good luck!
I know that’s exactly helpful but I’m sure they can do it. and if you do go with that style please post pics since your wedding will be way before my trial appointment. I adore that look!
Post # 8
i would love one of those, unfortunately my stylist sucks so im sure she’d eff it up
Post # 9
I think you can definitely wear a veil with either of these styles. I think you can just pin it towards the middle of the back of your head.
Post # 10
If you have fine hair, you probably want to get a veil with a metal comb or the ability to pin it, but otherwise I see no reason why you can’t wear your hair in that style with a veil.
Post # 11
The picture of Taylor’s hair is how I want to wear mine too! I am hoping the hairstylist can push it up just a little bit so I can get a little volume. I’m not sure I’ll be taking my veil off after so I don’t want to spend the money on hair that will be hidden the whole night.
Post # 12
the veil should be easy to accomodate