Your wedding day is around the corner and despite planning everything one thing that gets unnoticed is your personal appearance for the day. And choosing your hairstyle for the wedding day is a very exciting part of your big day. We know that you’ll look the most adorable no matter what style you pick, there are a few things that you should be deciding on how you should do your hair.

Find out these five things that every bride forgets when choosing her hairstyle.

An Updo might be a better option

Long suspended loose curls may be the ideal look you are willing to have for your wedding, but are they practical enough to handle?

And if you have long, heavy hair then these long curls might not be a good option to go for, because you and we know it won’t hold up the same the entire night.

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And therefore, considering an Updo is the best sort. Updos hold better throughout the day and will make you feel nice and cool on the back. Moreover, it looks stunning in appearance, and when you decide to frame your face with some thin curls it just ups the game.

Have a talk with Bridesmaids about what they are picking

You should have a talk or convey to your bridesmaids over your group the kind of hairstyle you are going with for your wedding. You need to intimate them about how you’re planning on doing your hair for the wedding day so that they don’t show up with the same hairstyle on the day.

Also, it is a great idea to invite your bridesmaids to your hair trial or hairstyling consultation the day before your big day. It gives them all the idea of what you have in mind for your wedding, and what they don’t have to do to avoid clashes.

An alternative to keeping hair out of your face

If you love to show your long beautiful hairs on your day, and still don’t want them to stick up on your face and makeup, then you might want to go with this option. Instead of opting for a full Updo, you can opt for a half hairstyle so that you can get the best of both worlds.

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A half Updo is when you make curls and tie hairs near your scalp and suspend the rest of them at your back. You’ll be relaxed and grateful to know that your hairs are not getting in the way during pictures, but still be able to flaunt your long curls — may be flanking or behind the back.

Get Regular Haircuts long before the day

Some of you might choose to have long hair for the big day, and that’s completely fine! Who will not want to upbeat the charms you’ll hold for the day with those curls.

However, you should keep in mind to have regular trims in regular intervals of time. This will keep your hair healthy and strong. Your hair won’t curl up and will look devoid of life if you skip these regular haircuts!

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And as we all know — Prevention is better than cure. And probably there won’t be any cure for the last minute.

How much time will it take to do the hair?

It is important to know the time it will take to do the hair and be done with the hairstyling processes at the earliest. And therefore, you must be concerned and ask the same with your hairstylist beforehand.

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You’ll definitely not want to rush on the day of your wedding to finish your hair. And for that, you must plan your entire wedding day in advance and share the same with your vendors and bridesmaids. This makes everyone set an alarm to be on time, and even if something happens your bridesmaids stand for you as saviours.

We hope you’ve got a tad bit of information and a guide on what to do and what not to do for your hair on your wedding day.