Even if you're not the bride, a wedding always means a beautiful outfit and the perfect hair style (obviously with the most gorgeous make up to match). The only good thing about how fast the time seems to be going is that with the new season, comes the new 'in' hair styles, so, naturally, there are all new trends for 2012's autumn bridal hair - and make sure you're not caught short!
We may not have had much of a summer, but there was noticeably less rain this year. However, when in the United Kingdom, just how far away another huge downpour really is can be unpredictable, so it is vital to make sure that your hair is always prepared. This is why a top autumn bridal hair style is a twisted bun - a modern take on a timeless classic. By slicking all of the hair back into a ponytail and sectioning the loose part into separate parts and twisting these parts into one another, a beautiful but up to date look can be created. This style can stay stunning in any weather type - perfect!
For those who prefer to have more hair loose, don't fear. Taking some inspiration from the models at Anna Sui's latest catwalk shows, a beautiful autumn bridal hair style for 2012 is the 3D ponytail. How does a 3D ponytail differ to the regular, boring school girl ponytail, I hear you ask? Well, this is all in the construction. By keeping a fringe separate and creating a quiff slightly behind, which can be secured with Kirby grips, the rest of the hair is able to be secured in to a loose, very low, subtle pony tail. The juxtaposition of the edgy, chic, outgoing quiff and the 'goody-goody' ponytail works together to make the ideal autumn bridal hair style - for any bride or guest.
One particular bridal hair style that will never get old is the chic, feminine, high volume bun. The only way in which this can be perfected is by using a http://www.onlinewigstore.co.uk piece to help out. To achieve this ideal autumn bridal hair style, the hair must be slicked back into a tight, high ponytail, which must then be twisted into a bun (around the hair tie). It is very important to make sure that the http://www.bloomsburywigs.com piece purchased is apt for not only the ceremony, but also the wearer. For example, if you have a more square shaped face, the piece worn should be slightly larger, to flatter the facial features.