Friday, 12 August 2011

Beechfield House Wiltshire Bridal Wedding Hair

I had the privilege of styling hair for a wedding at Beechfield House Hotel near to Chippenham and Bath. The hotel is a stunning privately owned luxury hotel in Wiltshire and offers a fantastic venue for a boutique wedding.

I was styling Michelle's hair for her wedding and I was very excited to create this style for her today. This style was made possible by using clip in hair extensions, Michelle hadn't got enough length or thickness to her hair to create this style but by using clip in extensions I was able to make it work.

Extensions are a brilliant way to have a style that wouldn't be possible with your own hair, they are relatively inexpensive to buy and as long as they are secured properly there is no way they can slip out and they are impossible to detect from your own natural hair. I love working with them and I'm creating lots of wedding hair styles with them at the moment.


Once I had curled Michelle's natural hair and fixed the extensions into place I then pinned the back into a chignon. Fixing the jewelled headband into place and adding a veil behind the crown and the style was complete.
Sophie Chamings was doing the make up for the bridal party today and they all looked amazing!


The above picture is Michelle's sister in law, it shows how shorter styles can still be styled in a glamorous way for a wedding. I used heated rollers around the crown area to give it lift and then took one side back and fixed clips with silk flowers on for decoration.

I also used clip in extensions on Michelle's Mum's hair to create this rolled up do that she asked for. This was a lovely style to do, it looked really elegant and with the feather fascinator pinned into place she looked every bit the glamorous mother of the bride!


Visit www.fhdmobile.co.uk to see more images of wedding hairstyles from Bridal Hair Specialist Chris Fordham. Chris is one of the UK's leading Bridal Hair Artists and travels extensively across many counties including The Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, Forest of Dean, Bristol, Bath, Wiltshire, Somerset, Avon, Oxfordshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and further.