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10 Stunning Bridal Hairstyles for Winter Weddings

10 Stunning Bridal Hairstyles for Winter Weddings

So what is it like to have a winter wedding? And more so, how do you pick the perfect hairstyle to match? Well, we have done the hard work for you and have found some of the most stunning bridal hairstyles for your winter wedding.

1. The Elegant Nest

With millions of brides taking on the the high bun it is a good idea to take a new twist on it if it’s something you choose to go with. This high bun is simply complete with the nest of crystals surrounding it. As a bride wearing this headpiece, it would be hard for people not to take their eyes off you.

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    2. Braids and Curls

    This hairstyle is really simple yet very princess like; it is the kind of hairstyle you might wear if your dress is going to standout or if your wedding is a little more low key. Either way, it is a beautiful style that would look fabulous with absolutely any gown.

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      3. Side Braids With a Feature Piece

      This hairstyle is perfect for the bride who wants to look the part whilst having her hair out of her face for the big day. Any kind of clip could go well at the back; however, keeping with the winter theme it might be a good idea to stick with the white and rhinestones.

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        4. Loose Curls

        You have to admit this hairstyle looks like it fell out of the book Rapunzel. This hairstyle is perfect for those ladies that want a little bling in their hair whilst still having it down and flowing beautifully. This look is classic and will not out date, so in twenty years you will still look timeless.

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          5. Pulled Back With a Veil

          This wonderful look is for the low maintenance bride that wants to look beautiful on her special day — but still wants to keep things simple. This look would still be amazing without the veil as well. Remember: You are the bride, it’s your wedding day and it’s all a matter of choice.

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            6. The Hair Down Look

            For those ladies who usually wear their hair down, this might be the hairstyle for you. After all, you want your future husband to recognize you walking down that aisle. You can let out your curls or have it straight — it’s completely up to you. A headband could also be a feature piece, as well as a veil.

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              7. Retro Birdcage Veil

              For all of you retro girls out there who are not a fan of the traditional veil, meet the birdcage veil. Covering only half of your face, it can be really nice accompanied by a beautiful clip on the side. Whether your hair is long or short, this look can work fabulously.

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                8. The Flower Crown

                The best thing about a flower crown is it is totally up for customization, you could have it match your bouquet, dress or setting — it is completely up to you. The flower crown tends to suit those carefree ladies who favor that connection with nature.

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                  9. Classic Updo

                  It’s classic and elegant; having a simple hairstyle like this one will really compliment the dress. Suiting absolutely every color of hair, it is an obvious choice of those ladies with long, thick locks. This kind of updo has many variations — it just all depends on the style you are looking for.

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                    10. The Side Sweep

                    It is becoming more and more common, ladies sweeping their hair to the side showcasing their neckline (and in this case, their jewelry). The side sweep is definitely a strong contender when considering bridal hairstyles.

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                      How to Invest in Yourself: 3 Valuable Ways to Change Your Life

                      How to Invest in Yourself: 3 Valuable Ways to Change Your Life

                      Investing in yourself may be the most profitable investment you ever make. It yields not only future returns, but often a current pay-off as well.

                      The surest way to achieve a better quality life, to be successful, productive, and satisfied is to place a priority on investing in both personal and professional growth. The effort you put into consistently investing in yourself plays a large role in determining the quality of your life now and in the future.

                      1. Develop Your Skills

                      Improving your skills doesn’t always mean investing in higher education, though that’s surely an option, and perhaps a necessary one depending upon your career field. Investing in your knowledge and skills can take many forms.

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                      In addition, expanding your level of knowledge and skill isn’t limited to the business arena and doesn’t necessarily need to be formal. There are many “skill investment” avenues.

                      • Advance your education –  extra classes, advanced degrees, relevant certifications, are all valuable investments. Take classes, either in person or online. (Lifehack also offers this Masterclass that helps you to break free from limitations.)
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                      • Expand your knowledge – there’s a lot of information available on nearly any subject imaginable. Read books, articles, white papers, anything related to the talent or skill you want to work on.
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                      2. Explore Your Creative Side

                      There is a fountain of creativity within most of us that has never been tapped or certainly hasn’t been used to its highest potential. We may need to unearth, and hone our individual creativity.

                      Creativity, in any form, helps us to grow personally and professionally, to view problems and solutions in different ways and to utilize other parts of our mind that may have been previously untapped. It’s important to keep in mind that creativity has many faces. It’s far broader than being a painter or sculptor; it’s also about trying new things.

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                      • Learn a new language –  take a class or use language training software.
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                      • Create something tangible – paint, sculpt, make pottery, make jewelry or design your own clothes.

                      Choose some form of activity that you have never tried, haven’t practiced in years, or have never explored fully.

                      3. Nurture Your Mind and Body

                      Nurturing both your mind and body allows you to have more to give now and in the future — more energy, more knowledge, more compassion, more ideas, greater strength, physical and mental endurance.

                      Expand your mind. Learning new things and keeping your mind active even in simple ways helps to grow and maintain your mental ability.

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                      • Read – anything and everything.
                      • Explore culture – attend performances, listen to different style of music, travel, or join an organization or group comprised of people from different backgrounds.
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                      • Keep your mind active – play word games, (yes, even Words with Friends counts,) board games that include strategy, or try using your brain to perform simple calculations rather than relying on a calculator.

                      Care for your body. Your body is like a well-oiled machine. If you care for it in the way that you might maintain an expensive car, it will perform marvelously and last for a very long time. Remember the basics:

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                      • Polish the exterior – meaning to take care of the outside too. Many people dismiss this as frivolous and self-indulgent, but it’s not as long as you don’t go overboard. We’re not talking about facelifts and Botox, we’re talking about getting a fabulous haircut, and wearing clothes that make you feel confident and attractive.

                      The Bottom Line

                      Investing in yourself truly makes a difference in your life, your well-being, and your ability to thrive and perform to the best of your ability. The extent to which you invest in yourself, mind and body, not only shapes the way you interact with the outside world, it often reflects the opinion you have of yourself.

                      Your future is in large part determined by your willingness and ability to invest in yourself now.

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