Are Wedding Hair Trends Changing?
Updated: Mar 1
As wedding season 2018 fast approaches we're seeing some massive shifts in the way brides are wanting their wedding day hair
Where once wedding hair styles were for very neat precision hair styles pinned and hair sprayed to height defying perfection. Today's brides are opting for more undone, relaxed and natural hair styling, incorporating texture and movement. With air waves and deconstructed plaited techniques emphasising a more natural look. This type of hair styling is still an art form and it takes a professional to get the right balance between delicately undone and not to end up with something that resembles a birds nest that falls out before you reach the alter.
The 90's Bride
Image credit to Patrick Cameron.
To celebrate this movement towards a more natural bridal beauty, we are creating a look book collection, embracing this new movement. Allowing our imperfectly perfect imperfections to shine in all their glory. Using texture and movement for hair styling that is natural and pretty, not heavy or over sculpted.
We would like to invite all hair types, lengths and textures to come forward as hair models. You will be required for approx 3 hours which will include your hair styling and some photographs.
If you are a bride getting married or are married already, please get in touch as we'd love to offer you the opportunity to have your hair styled for the collection and model in your own wedding dress.
Click through the gallery
to view some examples that have inspired
The Today's Bridal collection
If you'd like to take part or know more about what's involved
Follow the links below
Photographers | Video Editors | Make Up Artists
Invited to enquire for work experience and portfolio building opportunities.
Co-coordinator and lead stylist Charlene Parchment shall be creating the collection. Supported by VaVa Boom Instantly Fabulous hair Extensions and La Belles Professional hair Services.