Top 2017 Wedding Hairstyles and Make-up Looks

Top 2017 Wedding Hairstyles and Make-up Looks

Top 2017 Wedding Hairstyles and Make-up Looks 

Hairstyle and make-up are some of the most important aspects of wedding preparation, so it can be quite difficult to choose the perfect do to go with the stunning gown you’ll wear. Keeping in mind the type of the neckline, the shade of the dress and your hair length, finding the right hairstyle is not always easy. However, with the help of a few creative ideas, you’ll be able to easily decide which hairdo and make-up look you should show off on your wedding day.

Knotted structural chignon

A fabulous mixture of western and eastern beauty comes in the knotted structural chignon. It’s luxurious and poised, which makes it the perfect choice for a wedding. It would go amazing with a high neckline gown, giving you the opportunity to accentuate and visually elongate your neck. For some more glitz and glam, you can also choose to add a bejewelled headpiece that will nonchalantly hang behind.

Top 2017 Wedding Hairstyles and Make-up Looks
Top 2017 Wedding Hairstyles and Make-up Looks

Natural make-up

Naturally rose cheeks are the sign of a strong, healthy woman, and they can be particularly charming on your wedding day. Don’t go for too strong make-up; instead, put an emphasis on your cheeks with a healthy-looking rose blush. Add a little bit of mascara and nude lipstick for the full-on effortless, yet beautiful look. When combined with tousled hair and an off-the-shoulder dress, this simple look will flawlessly bring out your natural beauty.

Deep red lips

Deep lipstick shades are a common choice of brides everywhere, because they look sexy and glamourous. However, while classic red remains the popular choice, this year deeper shades are trending as well. From burgundy to deep purple, plum and maroon, you should consider various berry hues when picking the make-up look for your wedding day. If you decide for darker hues, use a matte lipstick for the long-lasting effect, and make sure you don’t go overboard with the rest of the make-up.

Sleek twisted knot

Are you looking for something a bit more traditional, but still trendy? If so, a sleek hairstyle is the best choice. A nicely twisted chic knot can be very alluring, and it will flatter your gorgeous wedding gown as well. You can always add a bejewelled headpiece, or  if you want to go for a less glitzy look, adorn the knot with fresh flowers instead.

Side swept waves

Side swept waves would be the perfect choice for a dress with a heart-shaped neckline. If you want a little bit of that old Hollywood glamour, but your hair isn’t long enough to shuffle it into gorgeous waves and sweep them to the side, you can buy hair extensions online in Australia and solve the short hair problem. Whether you decide to go for shoulder length or longer, make sure you add a pair of long earrings to follow the long hair look.

Shimmery cheeks

Since glowing cheeks are one of the biggest make-up trends of 2017, consider them for your wedding day. If you want that glowing look, highlighting it is the best way to achieve it. For a flawless, dewy look apply the highlighter as a finishing touch to your cheekbones, the corner of your inner eye, your cupid’s bow, and a bit below your eyebrows.

Side braid

An effortless side braid is the perfect addition to a plunging neckline. It won’t make your chest look too exposed, but it’ll still make you look sexy with a couple of strands of hair left out to fall into your face. Tease it at the crown to add some volume and you’ll be done in just a few minutes.

2017 has brought us so many fabulous wedding trends from low buns, through side waves to various braids that it’s not easy to choose just one to go for on your wedding day. Keeping in mind the shape of the neckline of your wedding dress can help you pick the perfect do, while make-up, as diverse as ever, can help you look sexy and glamorous if you choose it wisely.

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