Side Ponytail Wedding Hair – Which Headpiece To Use?
Side ponytail wedding hair has grown from a popular look to a hot trend in 2011. Wedding hair updos are mostly considered formal looks, but side ponytail wedding hair can be casual and classy or elegant and formal. Depending on which bridal headpieces you choose, or what you do to your hair before gathering it to the side, your wedding hair will match any look you choose if you wear a side ponytail at your wedding.
For brides who want wedding hair with veil options, side ponytail wedding hair will still work. You can wear a pouf veil that is attached to the band that holds your ponytail in place, or you can wear a longer veil down to the side to coincide with your side ponytail wedding hair. If you choose not to go with a veil, consider bridal hair clips to accessorize your ponytail. The hair clips can hold baby’s breath, or other flowers, in your hair, or the clips are decorated elegantly, they can stand alone as a headpiece with your side ponytail. The side ponytail can also be a very good choice for wedding hairstyles for bridesmaids, especially if you are having a beach wedding or a more casual affair. If you are requesting that each of your bridesmaids wear a different hairstyle, than you can definitely consider side ponytail wedding hair for one of the looks.
Medium to short hair brides might not be able to sport the side ponytail, although extensions can be added to wedding updos for medium length hair, so it is possible to do the same for a side ponytail if that is the look you are hoping for at your wedding. Hairclips or small hair combs can hold in the extensions and can accommodate wedding hair accessories like real or fake flowers, ribbon or tulle.