Saturday, July 12, 2008

The "Updo" a Classic Timeless Hairstyle for Your Wedding

Custom Every girl wants to look fabulous on her wedding day. With that in mind, the updo is a popular and beautiful style. You can have it! Our 14" long hair extension is custom dyed to precisely match your hair color so you get the same professional look as top models and Hollywood stars.

This type of hair piece is best for creating an updo or wearing at least part of your hair pulled back. Whether placed at the nape of the neck or on the crown, it adds 14 inches of length and extra volume to your own hair.

If you want to wear your hair down and need extra length and fullness at the side of your head, consider one of our hair extension sets instead.


Don't Forget to Accessorize

Simple accessorizing can make or break your look - this includes, shoes, jewelry, veil and makeup, all of these things are what will create the whole new you!


What Not to do!

Here's Some Humorous Tips on What NOT To Do,

  • start thinking about your hairstyle minutes before you're due to go out
  • cut your hair yourself - after all, it can't get any worse, can it?
  • try anything new for the first time (hair products, styles, cuts)
  • leave it until the last minute

Hair pins and combs will also help create the "whole" look:


Flamenco Crystal CombTraditionally carved of tortoise shell, this "peineta", or Spanish comb gets an updated look with sparkling crystals on a rhodium plated base. Part comb, part hair pin, this can be tucked into the side of a chignon or updo, or used to accessorize a hairstyle that's worn half up. Crystal decoration measures 2.5" wide and 3" tall. The entire piece measures approximately 5.5" tall.Saturn Hairpins


Placed in just the right spots, scattered throughout an updo or clustered alongside your chignon, these Heavenly 'pins are add subtle decoration to your hair. Made with freshwater pearls, clear crystals and glass pearls in white or ivory. Each piece is handcrafted with 14K gold or sterling silver wire and comes in a set of eight. Each silver hairpin is 2.5" long and the cluster measures approximately .3".

1 comments:

Larry Green said...

My wife's a hair stylist and has some wedding clients this Saturday. Thanks for this post which I'll be sharing with her.