Veil hairstyles are known to be a hairdo restricted only to celebrities and those who are tying knot. Celebrities Kim Kadarshian, Charlize Thereon have wowed their fans with their hairstyle which is otherwise known to be conspicuous only on the wedding day. There is a reason or two that discourages some of the fashion conscious people to go for veil hairstyles, the one being that of veil hairstyle taking a lot of expert styling to pull off. Many also believe that veil hairstyles are restricted to only a few types of hair and length. Some of the hairstyle do look over the top and it requires more than character to carry it with grace and sophistication.
This article brings you some of the veil hairstyles that certainly do not require hours to perfect. Celebrities flaunting these hairstyles have gathered attention and adulation in equal proportions. But the point to be considered is the type of hair you have and whether or not the length is appropriate. All said and done, let’s now focus on the mane business!
Stephanie De Lannoy
The hairdo that Stephanie de Lannoy flaunted on her D Day literally adds a twist to the veil hairstyle. In this look, she had her hair pulled back with twisted bun that held her veil perfectly.
Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge
She took the world by storm with her veil hairstyle that can be called the epitome of simplicity blended with elegance. On her big day, the Duchess of Cambridge let her long and curled tresses flow beneath her veil that was held by a diamond crown. Since then this hair has been followed by women across all age groups.
The Oscar winning British singer’s veil hairstyle too croons melody. Notice the size of the veil that does not go overboard with her flawless bouffant bun. Confused about how to get the bouffant bun? You need to need a backpin or two and run your fingers through your hair to draw a vertical line by your ear and do lots of looping to make a ponytail that has to be smashed to make the said bun.
You too can nail this look of Hillary Duff provided you have dense and free flown locks. The centre bun look can be achieve with lots of back brushing an doing the same can also make the hairline voluminous for those who have thin hairline.
This hairdo by Camille Guaty is simple in all respects. The well brushed hair can be left open on either side to achieve the refined look that Camille flaunted. And yes, like her you can also put on a hat with transparent veil to go that extra mile.
If you happen to have mid length hair then there is hardly anything that could possibly go wrong with this middle parted look. This half up and half done hairdo require the hair to be smooth and the volume of the hair on the top should be less and that it is made even with the use of Bobbie pin. Ensure that the hair is kept clean with hairspray.
It is not too hard to nail the classic updo of Amy Adams. In this look sans veil, do not forget to leave the front tresses stray behind the ears. The focus should also be on giving few curl and twist to the ends so the look is complete.
Steal the show with this veil style that incorporates soft curls and a hint of updo look under the veil. Do notice the length of the hair resting on forehead.
If you love retaining you straight hair, try the look of Alicia Keys that she took to a different level with this appealing bead veil that bears resemblance to those worn by the gypsy girls in the Middle East. With or without beaded veil, one thing has to be made certain, brush your hair real nice. And do not forget that this look works great in evenly cut hair. So the picture suggests.
In this particular look all you have to do is simply roll the hair back so you can have a tight bun in the centre. The hairdo has a rustic vintage charm and will complement those who have the undercut hairstyle.
You can practice the above mentioned hairstyles in case you are planning to attend a Christian wedding. You can also accessorize your hairstyle with different styles.