Friday, July 2, 2010

3 AMAZING Wedding Hairstyle Ideas

Updo Hairstyle for Weddings

The third wedding hairstyle idea present here is your basic, but really gorgeously done updo. A lot of women prefer updos because these hairstyles provide a unique appearance that no one attending the wedding can outshine. A great updo can make the bride gleam with radiance. This updo has a distinctive tie in the back and the hair is brushed back to form a prime place to add a tiara to top of the look.

Long Wedding Hairstyle

The second wedding hairstyle here is for hair that is a several inches longer in length. The hairstyle is center parted with wavy locks that fall gently past the shoulders. Instead of a veil, a floral tiara is used to add a touch to the overall style where a veil could take away from the overall view. There are multiple ways to go with flowing wedding hairstyles or down dos. Check out the wedding hairstyle pictures gallery for more ideas.

Medium Bridal Hairstyle

This wedding hairstyle is a choice for medium length hair. The bangs have a small sweep and the tresses are just allowed to naturally flow down with some touch. The ends are lightly curled out producing a complimentary style with the veil. A nice wedding hairstyle idea for woman with medium length hair.

Bridal Hairstyles Tips

  • BulletSelect a bridal hairstyle before selecting accessories
  • BulletTry a hairstyle to see how it looks with all accessories
  • BulletSchedule hair salon sessions early and keep good care hair
  • BulletSelect handfuls of bridal hairstyles to decide from
  • BulletWear a button shirt for your final bridal hairstyling so taking it off will not mess up your hair
  • BulletKeep hair well trimmed before wedding
  • BulletEmbrace a style that fits you because its your wedding day
  • BulletDo not go overboard on accessories


Fashion Jewelry is the best way to spice up an outfit. Get a celebrity look by sporting the latest fashion jewerly styles. Try the hottest Hollywood trends, experiment with looks straight off of the runway or add pizzazz with costume jewelry. Paired with any outfit for any occasion, fashion accessories are the easiest way to take your look from drab to fab.

Jewelry is undoubtedly a woman’s best accessory. Whether a pendant, ring, bangle or a necklace, a piece of jewelry can accentuate a woman’s beauty …
In Asia, the Indian subcontinent has the longest continuous legacy of jewellery making anywhere, with a history of over 5,000 years. One of the first to start jewellery making were the peoples of the Indus Valley Civilization. Early jewellery making in China started around the same period, but it became widespread with the spread of Buddhism around 2,000 years ago.

So for all of you who are extremely busy with your own home jewellery businesses I thought some hints on the key trends might be helpful.

As always we must begin with color. There are three important color stories for the season.

Spring 2009 is in the air.

So for all of you who are extremely busy with your own home jewellery businesses I thought some hints on the key trends might be helpful.

As always we must begin with color. There are three important color stories for the season.

The first is black and white.

The new take for this graphic combo is floral. Pretty all over large flowers. Whats really fresh for black and white is taking it in a less slick direction and adding a more textural attitude.

I believe using fabric wrapped beads, printed ceramic, and glass beads from India that are imperfect is a great way to achieve a crisp but natural look for this palette.

Coral and yellow is the warm palette this spring/summer. Look to the continent of India for inspiration.

Use patterned beaded and etched metals to complement your colors. Antique finished on metal, and rose gold platings can really make this theme a bit more directional.

Amazonite greens and translucent turquoise look great for a cool spring palette.

Try mixing matte and shiny beads for a beachy feeling. Touches of raffia for texture make a nice contrast, and using a brown or natural material to ground the colors is a new way to do blue.

The men’s findings, cufflinks and rings in Pineda’s oeuvre are miniature sculptures. They reflect the same attention to design and detail as chokers, brooches, earrings and bracelets. Of the tableware, flatware and accessories on view in “Silver Seduction,” most are pristine and elegant, a coup de grace of form.

Working primarily in .970 silver, Pineda had several hallmarks, each of which indicates the year the jewelry was made. “Antonio Crown” has been the reigning hallmark since 1953. Earlier variations date back to 1939.