#1 Hair styling and dressing tips

The females asked ranged in their opinions from positive to negative. Some use gels and sprays each day and love them, and some prefer not using any hair products because they “kill” your hair. Others only use them occasionally, but warn that you need to research what you use as many products are not only ineffective, but too expensive. The males, surprisingly, were pretty unanimous in their use and approval of gels and sprays. They felt that the products helped to keep their hair looking good longer. A few don’t use them, and don’t plan to, but the majority felt that using products helped their hair look better.

For Oval Face – If you have an oval face, you are lucky, as any style will suit you.
Square Face – A broad forehead and squared face needs different hair do. A technique with the hair 2.5 cm, or so under the chin put yourself attractive on a square face.
Round Face – If you have a round face, you should aim to add length. If you don’t want long hair, part your hair on the side or add fullness on top.
Triangular Face – The best hairstyle for this shape of face are those worn away from your face at your forehead and temples and softly waved or curled around the jaws or those worn full at your temples, with straight or waved bangs across the width of your forehead.
Wedding day styling tips

Plan your wedding, hairstyle, make up and dress well in advance. These 4 things must all work together and you don’t want to find out a the last minute that something conflicts with something else. Dont wear too much make up and make sure that the colour scheme match with your attire.
Your hair style. Don’t think of your current style as a starting block for your wedding style. By adding hair extensions or a hair piece you can add volume and length and completely change your look. The beauty of a one off hair style is that you can go to much more effort than would if you had to do it every day.
Also think about your wedding dress and try to match its style. The degree of formality of your dress should be matched by your hairstyle.
If you colour your hair then you should have it topped up 2 weeks before your wedding to make sure that any roots are concealed. This would also be a good time for a final trim.
Don’t wash your hair on the day of your wedding or the night before. You hair is better when it’s settled down so try and wash it at least 24 hours before the time of the wedding.