Choosing Your Bridal Tiara
When you walk down the aisle, you want to look more than a bride; you want to look like a princess. Your tiara must be elegant and stunning yet understated. It must create an overall look that no one can resist. The tiara must not detract from the overall image you want to project.
To do this, the tiara must finish off your bridal veil, accentuate your hairstyle, frame your face and complement the wedding gown as well. But at the same time it shouldn't be too big or extravagant so as to hide your hairstyle. Select your wedding tiara with care.
Wearing a wrong tiara can alter your face shape by making it appear too thin or full. A tiara should frame your face by drawing attention to it.
If you have a round face and wish to make it appear longer, choose a wedding tiara with some height or one that has a peak. To make a full face appear thinner, wear a tiara that peaks into a V at the top.
Those with a long face can opt for a wedding tiara, or wedding headband with little or no height that extends from one side to the other at an even height.
For an oval face, avoid tiaras that peak at the top. Wearing a headband, forehead piece or a back piece will make your face a little rounder.
Have Fun With Your Tiara
You want to look like a princess on your wedding day? With so many tiaras to choose from, itís hard to decide on the perfect one! The trick is to choose a style that complements your personality, your dress and your hairstyle.
If you choose to wear a wedding veil, you can pin the veil at the top of your head, just behind the tiara. The veil can be removed for the reception and the tiara can shine beautifully on its own. Any details on tiaras such as pearls and crystals should match the accents on your veil and both should coordinate with your dress.
You may wear a tiara if you are wearing your hair down; just choose a style that is light and delicate so it doesnít appear too heavy and unbalanced. If you wear your hair up it is wise to choose a tiara with a petite design that does not sit too high and over power your face or your hairstyle. Choose a tiara that is attached to a comb or a thin band that can easily slide into your hair, concealing the comb or band completely.
Wearing your hair half up is a flexible option that will complement lots of styles. The most suitable is a traditional tiara that reaches a slight peak in the center. It is usually embellished with pearls, crystals or semi-precious stones. Most tiaras have loops at each end that enable pins to slide in and secure the tiara securely in place. Your hair should conceal the sides and ends of the tiaras.
Selecting the perfect tiara for you can be very difficult. It is a good idea is to try several different styles in a practice run on your wedding day hairstyle. If in doubt, ask a friend or your hair stylist for their opinion. Take the time to really find the tiara that fits your personality and compliments your wedding dress. Have fun with your tiara!
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