11 February 2015


Not sure if I have mentioned this, but I get married soon, very soon...under seven weeks sort of soon. I haven't really written a post about how Joe and I are getting married but I will at some point. However, for the sake of this post, I will tell you that I am doing my own hair and make up. I don't know 100% what I am going to do yet. All I do know for sure is that I want to look like me, not totally and utterly different to any other day in the week. I also don't want to look like I have had a fight with a tin of hairspray.

What I really want my hair to look like is a slightly more groomed, shiny and voluminous version of itself. I want something girly and pretty, not fake and 'set' in place. (Now you know why I have such difficulty telling hairdressers what I do want!).

I have been on Pinterest a lot of late and have decided that I certainly have a common pinning style when it comes to wedding hair. I thought I would share with you some of my ideas. 

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1 :: I adore this four-strand braid, it's so soft and feminine but with a bit of an edge too.
2 :: Twists are simple yet oh so pretty and this one, pinned at the back of the head, looks effortlessly beautiful.
3 :: Loose waves are something I am always striving to keep in my hair. I like the bohemian nature of them and think they are the ultimate in romantic hair (yes, that is a thing!).
4 :: More braids
5 :: A smaller twist with a cleverly hidden hair grip.

If you are married let me know in the comment what you did with your hair on your big day or, if you have a wedding board on Pinterest, let me know where to find it! I need inspiration people :-)

1 comment

  1. I had my hair in a sort-of-bun for my wedding day, it was all pinned loosely round a donut ring (with an extortionate amount of pins, about 30) and then I had some curly bits down the side of my face (which I remember the hairdresser having an awful time trying to make curl, my hair is very fine and really doesn't like holding any sort of shape!) :-) xx


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