1. See to it that it accentuates your best features instead of shielding them. Too much tendrils may conceal your eyes or your lips.
2. Before you decide on veils, tiaras, or flowers, decide on how you'll be wearing your hair. Side combs with tiny flowers, small tiaras, and jeweled hairpins are great if you're wearing an updo. Garlands, jeweled headbands, and bigger tiaras go well with loose, wavy curls.
3. Stick to your usual style, especially if you're the type who can turn into a nervous wreck. This way, you'll feel more like yourself. So if you've never tried straight hair before, don't do it if you aren't up for it.
4. Shop around for a really great colorist and get some subtle highlights done. This will bring out the color of your eyes and brighten up your skin.
5. If you look absolutely lovely with two hairstyles and you can't decide which one to pick, then choose both. You can wear one during the ceremony and the other during your reception.
6. If your hair isn't long enough for the kind of ‘do you want to wear, ask your hairdresser for some clip-on extensions.
7. If you're aiming for a style you've never tried before, experiment with it well in advance. This only applies to temporary styles which you can undo easily such as bangs, curls, and straightening. Don't chop off your hair or put on a permanent color if you do not know how the outcome would look like.
8. If your wedding is informal, held outdoors, or during the daytime, flowing, loose hair is appropriate. You can also opt to braid it or entwine it with a pretty fabric that complements your wedding dress.