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Choosing the right hairstyle and veil for your wedding can be a bit daunting. Some brides can wear their hair down with a simple veil and look like a million bucks while others prefer something more elaborate. No matter what style you choose, you want to make sure that your hairstyle and veil compliment each other.

Many brides choose to wear their hair up, which creates a timeless elegance that is often the choice for a traditional wedding. This particular style can be modified in many ways to fit your face and personal preference. Additionally, veils are very easy to match with a hairstyle that is up opposed to wearing the hair down. If you plan to have your hair styled up, you should keep a few things in mind for the best look.

The shape of your face will play a huge role in the hairstyle that you and your stylist choose. For a round face, you want a sleeker hairstyle and should choose a longer veil to help pull the face down. If your face were narrower, you would want to choose hairstyles and veils that are fuller, creating some depth to your face. A good, qualified stylist will be able to help you determine the style that will make you look gorgeous on your wedding day.

When choosing a longer veil, you do not want it to hang any lower than your waistline, much what you would find with the Fingertip style. Styles like Ballet or Chapel are too heavy to wear long. If you do have a longer veil, your hairstyle will need to be tight in order to hold the additional weight. A wonderful style to consider is called a Chignon. This style is beautifully gathered into a roll at the nape of the neck and is very romantic. The Juliet topknot would be another excellent choice. With this style, the hair is carefully twisted into a tight coil that is on the top of your head, creating a regal look.

If you love a dramatic look, you can have longer pieces of hair woven into your own hair to create a flowing style. The French twist has long been a favorite of many brides for its sheer elegance. In this case, the hair is gathered ito a ponytail that rides low and then swept along the back of the head where you have you magnificent roll appearance, which is chic and will never go out of style.

If you prefer to wear your hair down, a favorite style is tousled, which is a somewhat tangled and wind-blown look. Your hair will be set with hairspray and/or mousse and then styled so it looks natural and free but not messy.

Remember that if you are not thrilled with wearing your hair up or down, there are options in between. For example, you could have your hair at the crown swept back while the rest is allowed to fall gracefully about your shoulders. Another nice option is to put your hair up but then pull long strands around your face and at the back of your head.

Again, work with a qualified stylist who will be happy to provide you with something exceptional. It is best to choose the hairstyle first and then buy the veil based on the style. Then a few weeks before the wedding, have your stylist go through a trial run with your veil to make any last minute changes.

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