Posted July 25, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
We’ve been seeing a lot of wedding hairstyles without a veil (and an alternative or nothing instead), so it’s fun to show a more traditional look today. This curly updo with veil is pinned back with some bangs left on the sides and front to frame the face. Styled by Hair and Makeup by Steph and photographed by Terra Cooper.
Curly Updo with Veil
Posted July 24, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Hi, loves! Emma here. The angled bob wedding hairstyle is one of my favorite styles, for weddings and for everyday. I swear, I’ve been trying to grow my hair out for a little while now but whenever I see wedding hairstyles like this, I start thinking, hmm, just a little trim? ;) An angled bob wedding hairstyle is a cute cut for short to medium length hair and is pretty low maintenance. Once you have it styled like so, you can add a pretty hair accessory like a pin or birdcage veil to finish the look.
Angled Bob Wedding Hairstyle
Posted January 12, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Happy Weekend! We’re popping in to share some hair-spiration for your wedding day. You’ve seen plenty of hair up wedding hairstyles, so today we’re sharing something a little different. If you have long hair and want to show off your locks, here’s a look you’ll love: a curly long wedding hairstyle with a side part and curls pinned to one side. I love this style because it offers umph and volume and softly frames the face. You can wear this hairstyle with a veil, without, or try one of these veil alternatives instead. Read on to see more…
Posted July 24, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 42 Comments
One of my favorite wedding day hair accessories is the hair comb. A hair comb is a subtle, simple, and elegant way to dress up your ‘do, whether worn up or down. If you’re wondering how to wear a hair comb, which hairstyle works best with hair combs, or how to keep it secure, you’ve come to the right place. In this post, we’ll uncover hair comb secrets, show you eight hair comb hairstyles to inspire your look, and we’ll share some vintage-inspired hair combs. And, once you know how to wear one, you’ll want to try it out… right? We’re also giving away a FREE hair comb to one lucky reader by the always-inspiring Marolsha. Let’s get started…
Posted September 26, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 10 Comments
Have you ever wondered how to get more volume in your hair? Today we’re going to show you how to achieve that thicker, fuller look for your wedding day – and beyond – with a few of our favorite tutorials. I have always admired voluminous hair in magazines and photo shoots wishing that I, too, had lustrous, voluminous hair. Then I realized something: I can keep wishing for more volume or I can make it happen. Voluminous hair is the result of a few key essentials like a good diet (high protein can lead to healthier, thicker hair with less breakage), plenty of H20, proper blow-drying techniques (here’s a video to get you started), plenty of hairspray, and abundant amounts of teasing, product-applying, and styling. If you’re opting for a bridal veil alternative, keep in mind that your hair will have nothing to hide behind. If you don’t want your hair to go from fabulous to flat as you walk down the aisle, be sure to give your hair plenty of lift. So, now, let’s show you how to get more volume in your hair with these tutorials PLUS a few hand-picked bridal headbands perfect for sporting your voluminous new ‘do. Enjoy!
Posted July 22, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 10 Comments
Perhaps one of the best hairstyle tips for the bride-to-be is to be comfortable with your hair. Try out a few test runs and don’t go too crazy with a new hair color or a spontaneous hair cut right before the big day. After all, when he sees you walking down the aisle you want him to recognize you, right? I kid, I kid. ;) You get the idea.
We spotted this shoot via Bridal Musings featuring a gorgeous bride with a bridal fishtail braid for her bridal shoot. And, let me tell you – she totally rocked it. This proves the point that wedding hair doesn’t need to be complicated. You can still look chic with an understated coif. In this example, the bride looks happy, relaxed and sophisticated. We love!