We don't have the ring on our fingers, but we already have the hairstyle.
We often think, wrongly, that the dress of the groom is the most tedious item to find. But that's without counting on the hairstyle! If short hair has a little less choice in terms of styling (although more extended from an accessory point of view), shoulder-length, long, and very long hair are spoiled for choice… And who says embarrassment of choice, says necessarily headache! However, there is a simple and effective hairstyle: the braid.
The braid, yes, but not in just any way! In half or a full crown, it will delight the most romantic of us, for a Frozen side guaranteed. For those who prefer a more chill or even hobo silhouette, it is obviously the "pull-through braid" that is required! A mat that can be done on the side, or on both shoulders for an assumed Little House in the Prairie atmosphere (upgraded). But if you feel like going for a fancy hairstyle, you can still rock that deceptively undone braid... With the help of a professional!
The secret to a successful bohemian braid for D-Day? It's hydration! Not the day before, but a month before the big day. To do this, we turn off the heaters completely, space out our shampoos as much as possible, and use oil baths galore. We test the hairstyle of our dreams several times with a professional so as not to have unpleasant surprises on the big day, and above all: we ask all the technical questions to his or her hairdresser (even those that seem the most logical). With all these inspirations and tips, it's impossible not to be the best hairstyle on your wedding day!
The braid can be done with extensions for those that don't have enough length.
We decorate her hairstyle with small fresh flowers.
We relax the strands of hair for a bohemian side guaranteed!
Ideal for a wedding in the sun!
We swap the tulle veil for a felt hat!
Ideal for clearing her face and highlighting her earrings.
A work of goldsmith, embellished with small leaves of lière.
Fast, efficient, and necessarily ultra chic.
Faster than braids, twists are great for square hair!