It turns out that looking great on camera is more sculptural than you’d think; or rather, if you want to look good on camera, think about it like making a good sculpture. Sculptures look good from any angle. And on your wedding day, the camera—and all your guests—will see you from lots of angles, not just the front or back. It’s particularly important that your face not be obscured during the ceremony (unless you’re wearing a veil over your face, of course). And I’m not saying you need to wear your hair up—I love when brides wear their hair down—just be mindful of multiple viewpoints when you do your hair test.
Below: one of my favorite hairdos ever …
photos: Gia Canali
hair: Angelique Stanford, 323-702-5767