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How to Choose a Bride's Hairpins:
A hairstyle can make or break your entire look on your wedding day. And hairpins play a critical role in holding together that style. Follow these steps to pick hairpins that will complement the rest of your wedding ensemble.
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Wedding Hair Pin Styles:
From a variety of dress styles, colors and cuts but can also flirt with a variety of hairstyles and ornamentation. With so many options available, however, it is wise for a bride to decide upon a theme or overall look before deciding on hair accessories.
For the bride who has planned a Cinderella-esqe wedding since she was a girl, choose a French twist or loose chignon offset by hair combs. Whether shopping at luxury boutiques or affordable retailers, brides-to-be can pick combs studded with faux pearls or Swarovski crystals to secure twists of hair.
Bobby pins are also an option. There are a variety of bobby pins and clips with crystals, pearls and sculpted metal with ends that look like flowers, hearts and a variety of other symbols synonymous with love.
Another way to achieve the princess look is to secure the hair at the crown with crystal combs that are half the size of a full tiara and embellished with pearls or colored rhinestones.
For the bride looking to channel the vintage vitality of the 1920s and 1930s, hair combs adorned with feathery flourishes are ideal. Local antique stores and online hubbubs catering to nostalgia are flush with barrettes made from rhinestones, hammered metal and iridescent enamel that was so popular during the Great Gatsby era.
Floral hair combs can fit any type of hairstyle and overall look. To fit an elegant coif, there are Swarovski clips shaped into vines with small buds at the tip. To add a touch of color, secure the hair with paper flower clips or, for a natural touch, simply take a corsage of lilies and secure them in place with regular bobby pins.
In lieu of combs or clips, hold bridal hairstyles in place with Chinese hair sticks. A traditional favorite are sticks tipped with red cinnabar, a favorite hair accessory since the Ming Dynasty that lasted from 1368 to 1644.
Wearing a Tiara to Frame Your Face Properly: