Want to feel like a princess for your special day?

Arguably, your wedding is the one occasion when you really want to look and feel your best – even feel like a princess for the day. Problem is: where to start.

Of course with so much choice these days, it can be easy to get yourself into a flat spin regarding what ‘look’ you want to achieve. Flicking through bridal magazines or catwalk shows can sometimes leave you feeling even more confused…

2018 bridal hair trends

Should you opt for the latest trend, or something more traditional? Interestingly, as we approach autumn, spring 2018 bridal hair trends are already out. Here are just some of the on-trend styles that might inspire you:

  • Polished but simple look: With hair scooped back in a pony tail or plait, the emphasis is all on the accessories
  • Fairytale braids: One of the trends is to have braids framing your face in a feminine, yet delicate half updo
  • Floral still in: Whether you opt for a floral crown, a single flower to accentuate a bun or tiny flowers wound into a plait or soft chignon, flowers are still going to be popular in 2018
  • Bo-ho is here to stay: The dreamy bo-ho theme continues with crimped styling for a head-turning look

Has that helped? Think of it this way: aim for a style that suits your personality, dress and hair type. Ultimately, if your hair looks good you feel good!

Be a princess for the day

That’s exactly what I aim for with every bridal hair style I do with my brides-to-be across the Staffordshire region and beyond. Feedback from lovely clients saying that they really did feel like a princess for the day always makes my day!

If you are getting married in 2018 and want to look your best too, get in touch with me as soon as possible. As a popular mobile hair stylist, my free days do get booked up. Just get in touch for a chat first and we can take it from there.

Please note: the areas I travel to include Staffordshire, Stoke, TelfordShrewsbury, Derby, Notts, the Midlands and Cheshire.

Have a lovely rest of the summer.

Lindsay x

Wedding hairstyle worries? Keep it simple

Let’s face it: you’ve enough wedding plan worries on your plate as it is. The last thing you want to do is worry about your hair. And yet most brides-to-be put it near the top of their wedding worry list as it’s something that makes such an impact on the day.

If your hair looks and feels great, you can relax and enjoy your wedding day without feeling embarrassed that your hair’s not right. And if you’ve a photographer booked, a hairdo you’re happy with will give you confidence when smiling into the camera too.

So, where do you start? Well my advice – as expert wedding hair stylist across the Staffordshire area and beyond – is to keep it simple. Go for a style that fits with you, your personality, and hair type. No wonder this year’s wedding hair trends are all about keeping it natural…

Be a boho bride

Go boho. Rather than tie up your hair into a bun, you could opt for free-flowing soft waves topped with a floral, pearl or crystal crown. A touch of glamour mixed with down-to-earth simplicity…

Bridal braids

Another option is a sleek up-do with an elegant braid. A simple do with a braid can look effortlessly stylish, especially when you team it up with a pretty tiara or perhaps sparkly hair vine entwined along the braid. Gorgeous!

Plus if you’ve a heavily embellished wedding dress, it makes sense to complement such detailing with understated simplicity.

Getting married in 2018 or beyond?

Are you planning to tie the knot in the next year or so? Why not tick the ‘wedding hair’ worry off the list early. Because I’m already being booked for next season, do get in touch this summer to book in a package.

Right now, I’ve a fab 10% discount on all mobile hair packages over platinum for 2018 weddings. That means you can save money and save your sanity at the same time! Simply book through the enquiry page – quoting Blog10 at the time of enquiry.

Please note the areas I travel to: Staffordshire, Stoke, TelfordShrewsbury, Derby, Notts, the Midlands and Cheshire.