5 Hairstyles You Should Try For Your Prenup

November 11, 2013  •  1 Comment

It is no wonder why prenuptial photography is given a lot of importance. It is a preview of what the wedding will be like. For women, this can be a pretty stressful time. Aside from choosing the perfect outfit and make up, there’s the matter of personal grooming, like your hairstyle. You need your ‘do to be just right for the theme and feel of the shoot, since this moment will be forever memorialized in pictures. In short, you want to look your absolute best.

Like clothes, picking out the perfect hairstyle isn’t a work in the park. That’s why we’ve prepared several looks you should consider for your prenup shoot, regardless of the theme.

  1. The Bun

This pulled back style is perfect for very formal shoots. Seriously, who’s seen a woman wearing the bun on a casual day? A hairdo like this usually goes with a dress or gown, in keeping with the theme. During the shoot, wearing this style brings emphasis to the bride-to-be’s face and dress.

  1. The Updo

Two words: Absolute regality. If your shoot borrows heavily from royalty or old Hollywood, do the updo. If you’re a woman who needs more in the height department, then styling your hair this way will give you the additional inches to look taller.

  1. The Ponytail

If you’re going for a more relaxed look, the ponytail can be carried for both formal and not-so-formal themes. It gives off a fresh and young look, so this can be a default look for new future brides out there. The ponytail is a go-to look if you’ve set the theme of your photoshoot ala Disney princesses (Ariel, Belle, etc.). This can be modified to a braided version if you’re going for a more modern appearance.

  1. The Pixie Cut

Having that much hair can be a hassle to maintain and prepare for the shoot day itself. If you want something easy and on-the-go, you may find a pixie cut suitable for you. It’s a look that’s completely adaptable to formal, casual, and every other theme in between. For inspiration, fashion icon Audrey Hepburn wore this hairstyle and is considered one of her classic looks.

  1. The Bob Cut

If you don’t really need to go extreme with your hair and want something sultry and edgy, rock a bob cut. It’s short, but not too short that you don’t have any hair to wave around. This hairstyle maximizes the contour of your face so it stands out in photos. As a reference, check out Catherine Zeta-Jones in the movie Chicago, as that was the hairstyle for her portrayal of songstress Velma Kelly.


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Terrance McDaniel(non-registered)
Would be nice to see how these cuts and styles were actually created..
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