Post # 1
I am not sure at all what to do with my hair for my wedding. Luckily, I have a long time to go so I can ponder, but want imput from others out there.
Originally, I was thinking I would wear my hair in some sort of bun at the base of my neck, however when we changed our wedding date from July to April, I figured I would wear it half up and curl it to keep me a bit warmer (up here in freezing Michigan). However, when I began talking to my Fiance he said I shouldn’t curl my hair. I have naturally straight hair and have curled it several times, all of which he has stated that he prefers my straight hair more. On top of that, my hair does NOT hold curl well and I feel like it may be falling out by the time the ceremony/reception rolls around anyways.
What should I do? Do I curl it anyways and figure he can deal? Do I go back to the bun and hope I’m not cold? Do I do a test run and gather his opinion? Help!
Post # 3
You cab still do a half up half down look with straigh hair. Just get the hairdresser to give you some kind of blow wave to give your hair extra body. He doesnt have any objection to a small bit of wave and a few flicks at the end of your hair right? Something like this pic but with a little more body in the half that is down. (I realise the crown has A LOT of teasing, ofc you could make it less dramatic)
Post # 5
@PrettyinPink45: I think that you will find a way to be warm with your hair being up! =)I say up in a low bun.
Post # 6
I’m amused Chuck Norris is on here!
But I second the low bun! Its super chic with still maintaining warmpth, I myself am struggling with what to do to keep myself warm… I’m doing mine similar to the first picture, only mine will be curly, because I like it. 😉
But do MANY trials to see how you like things!
You have the time!
Post # 7
Great ideas! I do like that first pictures. Luckily for me, my hair stylist is my Maid/Matron of Honor and little sister who lives right around the corner so I will have to do LOTS of test runs.
Post # 8
@Miss T-Rex: I love that Chuck Norris is giving advice on hair!
OP, I think go with what you feel comfortable with – there are other ways to keep warm than wearing your hair in a style you don’t seem to like.