Getting ready for a wedding requires lots of prep work months in advance of the big day. There’s the obvious stuff: Dress fittings, food tastings, guest lists, seating charts. But here's one you must not forget: Your hairstyle, which requires plenty of advanced planning, too. Don't you worry because we're here to take the guesswork out of this!
First things first: Your hair color. It just makes a whole world of difference if your tresses are in a hue that enhances that bridal glow and makes your hairstyle just way prettier. We found these looks by L'Oreal Professionel together with Regine's salon done on Xandra Rocha-Araneta, Luane Dy, Karen Pamintuan, that are great options for that big day hairstyle (no matter your personality, we got you):
The Sleek Bride. Pros are buzzing about baby lights, a highlighting technique in which fine, natural-looking color is placed around the hairline. And this golden brown hue via baby lights freshen everything up in a soft and subtle way. Fair complexions look best with a medium-to-dark-blonde base and baby-blonde highlights. Platinum highlights would look pretty too, but only if your hair is short. If your skin is medium with gold undertones, consider caramel blonde lowlights, to enrich your color and add depth. But ladies, please take note that to get this look right, it's best to ask your colorist to start blending the color an inch from your roots. This allows it to grow without a line of demarcation.
The No-Fuss Bride. For the brides who like to keep things simple, this cool and sophisticated light ash brown hair color via fluid painting will be perfect for you. Highlights can also help complement your final looks because generally, some of the best highlights that go with this ashy tone of brown are caramel and light to ash blonde highlights.
The Romantic Bride. Balayage hair color options in a mix of light blond and dark brown are endless. It grows out beautifully and more naturally so you don’t get an obvious regrowth line and and can wear it for longer between appointments. The brown and lowlights are more prominent on the top and the back of the head, while the blonde tones stand out more in the front.
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