Guidelines to Bridal Headpieces

What does it take to have the Best Bridal Hair in Washington, DC? Aside from the hairstyle, your bridal headpiece can make the difference. There are a few factors to consider what kind of headpiece to go for factors such as the dress, the wedding theme and the hairstyle. But aside from these three you should also consider the shape of your face. Here are some tips to help you out in choosing which bridal headpiece suits your face shape.


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Bridal Hair in Washington, DCIf you are endowed with a perfectly proportionate face then you have an oval face like Jessica Alba. This is the most versatile of all face shapes when it comes to styling. You can get away with any hairstyle and any headpiece that you want.


Bridal Hair in Washington, DC2If you have a rounded chin to go with a rounded hairline then you should choose a headpiece that will make your face look longer such as a wide headband or a headpiece comb placed to the side. A large bloom tucked behind your ear won’t look that flattering on you since it will draw attention to the sides of your face.


Bridal Hair in Washington, DC3If your shape resembles that of Reese Witherspoon or that of Kim Kardashian then you have a heart-shaped face. Choose a headpiece that will draw attention to your cheekbones. Ideally, place your headpiece above your ear or along your hairline. You can also look great wearing traditional bridal headpieces and a halo headpiece.


Bridal Hair in Washington, DC5If your face has angular jawline like Keira Knightley, wear a headpiece near the temple to soften the harsh lines of your square face. You would look great with textured curls and a side part. You can also wear wide headbands to make your face a bit rounder and less angular.


Bridal Hair in Washington, DC6If you have a long and rectangular face like Sarah Jessica Parker then wear your hair with soft curls and waves. Embellished your bridal hair with a pretty headpiece like a rhinestone comb at the side or a large flower tucked behind one of your ears. If you want to wear a veil, choose one that doesn’t add height at the top of the head.

If you still can’t decide on what headpiece to wear, then consult a professional for Bridal Hair in, DC. You can learn more about bridal hair at




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