Laurel's Bridal Finale
Since my November wedding, Iâve had many requests from stylists to see which of the bridal styles I chose from my bridal hair contest. The answer is â¦ none of them.
Although all the styles were unique, exciting and fun, I didnât feel any of them were just right for my big day.
So I sat down with stylist and Prink salon owner Rachel Glenn (contestant number 6) and talked about shape and silhouette. The style she did for the competition was one of my favorites (see it here), but it was a little too dramatic for the wedding day.
During my consultation with Rachel we talked about how to tone down the original style to make it more face-flattering and complementary to my dress and veil.
The result was perfectâclassic, yet modern. The shape gave me some much-needed height (I am 5â3â and my husband is 6â1â), but didnât overwhelm my overall look.
Here are a few views of the final style!
Goin' to the Chapel ...
Make-up artist Jessica Sawicki (bomberbetty.com) completed my look with gorgeous make-up and fake lashes!
A side view of the style.
Another side view. NOTE: The look stayed perfectly in place all night long, even after hours of dancing.
A 3/4 view. Rachel used one hair piece inside the bun to give it stability and volume.
Rachel giving my sister and maid of honor a pretty awesome updo of her own!