Greek Goddess Wedding Hair Styles

Hair & Beauty | November 08 2012 | by Jenny | 0 Comments

Many brides of today dream of being a Greek Goddess at their wedding. This dream is easier to fulfill now that there are so many modern techniques of working different fabrics for thematic wedding dresses, shoes and accessories. The contemporary bride is able to follow her own vision and make it come true with the use of existing wedding ideas, trends and guidelines. Let’s take for instance the Grecian style.

This theme is wonderful for those who are planning a destination wedding, and not only. You can fly to Greece to get married in an authentic Grecian style, or try to recreate the amazing vibe of this style at home, in your own garden or in a local pub. All you need is a little bit of inspiration for the décor and your own look. The bride who loves the Greek style and wishes to adopt it for her big day can choose a Grecian inspired hairstyle. It’s obvious that you should start the process of assembling your look by purchasing a thematic dress.

Greek Goddess Wedding Hair Styles

Greek Goddess Wedding Hair Styles (Photo by: bark)

Many designers of today create goddess inspired wedding dresses for both young and old modern brides who love the ancient style. Their silhouettes are really charming. Empire waists, fluid breezy lines, lightweight fabrics and jeweled embellishments added to the neckline and waist are a few of the features that describe and define this style best. A Grecian inspired hairstyle can complete your unique outfit. There are a few guidelines and tips to keep in mind when following this style. If we are to study the art of ancient Greeks we would notice that women of that time used to wear long and medium length hair. They used to wear their hair in waves and curls. But they were also seen with their hair pulled up in sleek arrangements.

Those who love the glamorous style will surely like the idea of opting for a sophisticated Greek style hairdo for their big day. You can choose for something loose and relaxed if you’re planning a casual beach wedding. But you can make it suit a formal elegant ceremony if this is what you want for your D-day. Curls are recommended for those who want a Greek goddess look for their ceremony. Soft ringlets are great for brides who want a romantic natural look. Use a curling iron to do this. Both long and short-haired brides can opt for this hairstyle. The half up and half down hairstyle is softer than most dramatic up-dos. Have it curled in soft or thick waves to make it fit more the Grecian look. Braided hairstyles are also for Greek inspired brides. You can wear your braids loose or arranged in a classic bun or chignon.   

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