A bride’s hair style is more than just decorative, as it has the power to alter a silhouette and adds a special, very personal touch to every outfit. A hairstyle is designed to enhance facial features, fit in with the gown and should always have a touch of glamor: an ambitious objective that above all needs to be placed in the right hands, those of a true artist able to study and achieve the best solutions.
Coppola is an iconic benchmark for the world of fashion. The coiffeur was was actually the hair stylist artist to work with top fashion houses like Armani, Krizia, John Richmond and Chiara Boni.
According to Aldo Coppola* the 2014 bridal trend 2014 will be inspired by 18th-century splendour and luxury, with backcoming gathered on the nape and lightly waved fringes. Swarovski tiaras and headbands will add glitter to the style, as will nets studded with crystals for a refined touch of class. The perfect hairstyle for the eco-glamcountry bride features loose hair, with waves gathered to one side and coloured Swarovski flower appliques for a vintage effect. So, without excessive form or accessories, a fine balance is achieved for a very elegant result.
Wine&Beauty: in Aldo Coppola branches, guests may enjoy hair therapy treatments, personalized services as desired to help maintain healthy hair. For all treatments, bespoke mixes are created using only natural ingredients (clay, sugar, myrtle) added to Aldo Coppola’s famous products, including real organic grape juice, with well known antioxidant and regenerating powers for damaged hair, stressed by sun and atmospheric agents.
(*Aldo Coppola, exclusive Wine&Wedding interview. Our thoughts go to the master stylist, who died 20 November 2013)