Wedding Hair

So I did watch the Royal wedding on TV, I loved her dress, I can actually imagine myself in something similar it was pretty. 

It really got me thinking about my own wedding plans, and what I will do with my hair. Kindly enough since I told you all,  people have been sending me photos, ideas and links to other websites to help me decide. Look at some of these…This one first is Jill Scott WOW her hair is lovely.  Put a tiara across the front or a posh fascinatior and it suddenly works. 

Problem is, I have no idea how its done. lol Then there is this style. I love the colour the fact that its so big

This is pretty and very bridal and also easy to do.  

Or I could wear it all out. 

Two strand twists are easy, in fact you can wear them for a few days. 

I like this one side rows with a twist out. 

In fact when I went through all the photos (believe me I have loads!!) I suddenly got lots of ideas and realised that ANY style, yes that’s right, buns, twist outs, two strand twists, braids, cainrows in fact anything works for a wedding. You just have to be comfortable with it I guess. Kate Middleton just had her hair down and she always has it down, but she she looked beautiful.  

Are there any Natural Brides out there? What did you do with your hair on your big day? 

And in other news..

This is the last post about my holiday I have nothing really else to tell you that I think is of use apart from this.

One evening, Andrew and I went for a walk to watch the sunset from this beautiful outlook near where we were staying. It was quite a cloudy evening but the sun turned the clouds pink and the ocean reflected it.

On the way back we decided to sit on the beach and listen to the ocean, it was so calm and I felt so relaxed. It was during this perfect moment that Andrew decided to propose to me and I accepted.

So all of you naturals that are married, I am going to need wedding hairstyles I am engaged! Whoop Whoop!

The next day on the beach. 


Salon Review – Adornment365 Bride to be Service

I often wondered what natural brides did with their hair on the big day and was impressed to find out that Adornment365 do a Bride to Be Service for the Naturals. Sophia Jackson decided to check it out.

Bride to Be review: Hair
Salon: Adornment365
Words: Sophia A Jackson

In my bid to embrace the natural hair revolution and research for Lime’s Big Day issue I set natural hair salon Adornment365 with the task of turning my tresses into wedding day fabulousness. Based upstairs of Morleys department store in Brixton, on arrival I filled out a form about my health.

I then had an extensive hair and scalp consultation with salon manager, Aline, about the food I eat (more fruit and veg), the water I drink (not enough) and why I should never use anything with petroleum jelly on my hair. Oops! Oh and silk or satin are the best materials for me to cover my hair with at night – only the best will do [MORE]

What did you do with your hair on the big day? Send me some photos