Every bride wants to look her best on her wedding day. Fascinators have a splendid way of giving a bride an elegant look to be fancied by all, including her groom. There are fascinators to suit every woman, whether you’re looking to make a statement or add a touch of glamour to your outfit.So if you think they won’t suit you, you probably just haven’t tried the right style yet. Below are tips on how to look extremely gorgeous in a fascinator on your wedding day. An advantage of a fascinator is that it can be worn for the whole day and they don’t mess up your Hair. These cute tiny hats look great both at the service and at an evening reception. They can also be very varied and versatile because even the bride and bridesmaids can wear them. To have an awesome look, you can match your fascinator color to your outfit, or choose one in different shades to pick out the varying tones of your dress.Most times if not all the time, fascinators are worn to one side, however if you have a parting, then wear your fascinator at that point. It is also very easy to wear a fascinator especially if you are on a short hair-do. Note that when fitting fascinators with a comb attached, decide where you want the headpiece positioned. If you have thick hair, slide the comb backwards through your hair about an inch which is the opposite way your hair falls meanwhile holding the fascinator at a slight angle to feel the teeth against your scalp.Then tip the comb, rest the fascinator on your head and push down in the direction your hair falls, this way the fascinator would have a firm grip. Remember to wash your hair the day before you want to wear your fascinator, not on the day of your wedding. This also helps to keep it in place. Always consider the colour of your hair when choosing the your fascinator.Photo Credit:Getty
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