2009 Trends for Wedding Day Hairstyles and Bridal Hairdos

Your wedding day hairstyle is most probably the most important hairstyle you’ll wear throughout your entire life. In order to find the most perfect, stunning bridal hairstyle for your wedding day, take great care in researching styles in magazines and online, and don’t forget to consult your favorite hairstylist to learn about the trends for 2009 or whatever year your wedding happens to take place.

Edmondo Blando, owner of Salon Vanity in Philadelphia and a “Best of Philly” hairstylist, notes that the wedding hair trends for 2009 involve “full hair with lots of soft waves, curls and volume.”

He also finds the 2009 wedding hairdo trends include a lot of hair ornaments and accessories such as diamond pins or pearl pins, tiaras, and even feathers. The style of your hair ornaments may depend on the formality of your wedding, and whether you have a traditional wedding theme or a destination wedding theme.

“The big thing will be to have different textures in the hair, for example: hair may be crimped in sections and even braided in others,” Blando says. “Most brides will need to add extensions to get these looks.”

If you are preparing for your 2009 wedding, you can follow the wedding hairstyle trends for the year or you can enjoy your own personal style in a beautiful bridal hairstyle. If your wedding is beyond 2009, you can still follow the 2009 wedding hairstyle trends that you love, or you can check out the wedding hairdo trends for your wedding year. You can always ditch the trends and choose a bridal hairstyle that fits your own personality instead.

Once you find the perfect bridal hairstyle for your wedding day, make sure you take a picture of the hairdo to your stylist and schedule yourself for a test run to make sure your wedding hairdo sample meets your expectations and also looks right with your wedding gown and veil or tiara. Best wishes for a beautiful wedding!

About the Expert:
Edmondo Blando is owner of Salon Vanity in Philadelphia and a “Best of Philly” hairstylist. For more information, visit online at http://www.vanityphilly.com.

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