Have you started to think about the hairstyle that you’ll choose for your big day? After you’ve selected your dream wedding dress, you’ll start to think about the kind of style that you’ll go for to complement your look and make sure that you walk down that aisle feeling like a million pounds.
The right choice will help you to feel super confident in your photographs, and it’ll be one less thing for you to worry about when you make your big commitment in front of friends and family. If you’ve got some worries and concerns though, you’re definitely not alone. Let’s take a look at some of the big wedding hair worries that plague brides, and how you can lessen their impact…
Hair loss due to stress
Female hair loss is something that’s discussed nowhere near as often as its male counterpart. It’s much more common than you probably imagine though, and a big factor that’s known to cause it is stress. So if things are getting on top of you as you approach your big day, it’s not unusual to find that your hair is shedding.
This can be really scary, and if it’s something that’s worrying you, do make an appointment with your GP. In many cases, it’s not a big cause for concern, and your hair will grow back in time. Still though, it’s worth speaking to a professional so you can set your mind at ease.
Choosing a style that won’t last the day
If you’re anything like me, then your dream wedding day involves plenty of dancing with your guests. The last thing that you want to find yourself worrying about is that your chosen style won’t be able to handle the party. Remember that things don’t have to be perfectly polished to be beautiful, and you don’t have to go with a traditional style if it just doesn’t fit in with how you want your day to go.
Personally, I know that I’ll be choosing a boho style which is intentionally messy and will let me hit the dance floor without any concerns. If you’re still searching for options, check out this guide to wedding hairstyles that will survive the dance floor.
Finding a stylist that you can rely on
One of my worst wedding nightmares is that a key supplier doesn’t deliver on the day. We all hope that it doesn’t happen to us, and the reality is that we can lessen this worry by making sure that we select people that we can really rely on. Needless to say, you shouldn’t rush into choosing your stylist.
Don’t be scared to ask plenty of questions, shop around, and always make sure that you book in a trial at least a few months before your wedding day, so you have a clear understanding of exactly what your hair will look like. For more guidance, read these top tips on choosing your wedding stylist.
You wouldn’t be human if you didn’t have a few reservations ahead of your big day. Some careful planning goes a long way though, and it can definitely help you to cut down on the stress!