It's a good wedding day if your gown fits you like a glove. It's an even better day if the sky is cloudless for miles. But the absolute best wedding scenario is the one where your hair is flawless. With all the choices out there, though, searching for that perfect hairstyle can be harder than it was getting your man! We enlisted Nelson Vercher, celebrity stylist who has graced the pages of top magazines and worked runway styles from big fashion houses (think Valentino and Calvin Klein) to explain how to choose a fabulous big day 'do, based on four categories: hair type, face shape, veil length and climate.
SHORT: "With a short veil, you want to show off your neck, so I'd suggest tucking long hair underneath and pinning at the nape of the neck to create the illusion of a bob. Or, if you're opening to a new look, actually hit the salon for a new, shorter 'do!"MEDIUM: "Goddess-y princess waves look so pretty with a veil that hits the shoulders or the middle of the back. To get the look, wrap small sections of your hair around the barrrell of a curling iron, and finish with a spritz of light hold hairspray." We like Isoplus Oil Sheen Hairspray ($3.50).LONG: "If you're wearing a long, floor-sweeping veil, your hair shouldn't be the focus. To allow your veil to shine, slick your hair back into a tight, low bun. It's a very low-maintenance, classically chic look."