Post # 1
So I need some help, I cannot decide which of these two hairstyles I like the most. My wedding is this Saturday the 24th. And I did not get a consultation because my stylist didn’t have time…(long story) so I need help. I’ve included the first picture which is me and then the two hairstyles. Which one do you guys think would look better on me?
Post # 3
I like the 1st updo pic personally, but it really depends on your dess and the overall look you are going for. The first one is very traditional and the second pic is more retro.
Post # 4
This is the only picture I could find of my gown I have a horrible face in the picture so I cut it off haha 🙂
Post # 5
I prefer the first one. I think you could pull off both but I don’t like the poufy bang in #2.
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
I think the first style fits better with the princess feel of your dress.
Post # 7
#1… I think it would be easier to get right on the first try.
Post # 8
Not to throw a wrench in your plans, but are you adding any extensions? 🙂 Your hair looks about 4 inches shorter than mine and my stylist had trouble doing a low loose bun. You might not have to enough hair to pull off those exact styles. I would google short or medium length wedding hairstyles and see what pops up!
Post # 9
I like them both. I was leaning toward style 2 until I saw your dress, and then I changed my vote to style 1 because I agree it goes with the feel of your dress better!
I think she is right that you may need to consider extensions if you want it to look how it does in the picture. I’m wearing my hair down and curly and am planning on adding extensions, not so much for length (my hair is already at least a few inches past my shoulders and I have 8 more months to grow it out), but I have really thin hair and need the added volume.
Good luck, and please share pics of whichever you choose!
Post # 10
@PollyPlanner:Hmm…I asked my stylist and she said I had enough hair to do the low one, just found the higher one today and that was my concern with the higher style was that I did not have enough hair