The Dress or Veil?

The Dress or Veil?

What has reflect the beauty of Kim Kardashian, The dress or Veil? Ladies, The two should be combined for a perfect look and here are our tips of how to wear a veil. DO: Choose a veil that suits your dress, not your hair ’do. The selection of a veil must be based entirely on what type of dress you decide to go with, and the hair styled accordingly. DO: Bear in mind that how you wear your veil will affect your look A front-positioned veil tends to dominate the bridal style, but works very well if your hair is slicked back into a bun or roll. Veils worn behind a headband or tiara look best when hair is worn down and lightly curled. Wearing a veil at the crown looks great if you have a discreet up-do, such as a French pleat, or if you’re going for a half-up half-down effect like Catherine Middleton. Attaching the veil to the crown area is also a good way to achieve height if you’re opting for a down-do. If your veil is positioned at the back of your head, stick with an up-do, as the veil itself has to be gripped into, or underneath the actual hairstyle. It’s important to remember that veils worn at the back of the head won’t necessarily enhance your hairstyle – they’re designed predominantly to blend into the wedding dress. DO: Think about using a hair piece to hold your veil in place if you choose to wear it down Using a small hairpiece at the crown means the hair can be worn down, but it gives you something to attach the veil behind or in front of. If you don’t want to opt for a hairpiece, wearing a tiara and attaching the veil behind it will give you a point of attachment. Also, once the veil is removed, your hairstyle will still have have a bridal feature thanks to the tiara. DO: Consider your wedding location when opting for a veil Really think about how you wear your veil if you are getting married somewhere unshielded from the wind, such as a country estate or park. You will be spending a lot of time outside in the grounds to get the perfect shots, and if it’s a windy day your veil could start blowing around and lifting up, which won’t make for the best photos. DO: Have a practice run on your hair with your veil secured in place When you’re having your hair trial, don’t forget to take your veil along with you. Also, someone, be it your mother or bridesmaid, should be on hand to help attach and take off the veil. This way they will understand how the veil is positioned, and know how to manoeuvre it once you’re ready to remove it. And finally... DON'T go for a long veil if you have short hair, or if you intend to wear an understated dress.
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