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Wedding photo matching method for beautiful bride

What are the young brides of the post-1990 generation most afraid of when taking wedding photos? Yes, the biggest fear is getting old, not really getting old, but taking pictures that look older than you. Why? The reason for this is that there may be some omission in the bride's appearance, which teaches the post-90s bride-to-be the matching skills of the cute little bride.

Butterfly sweet

Choose the elegant hair style that the hair bundle interweaves to be full of administrative levels, weave while wrapping into cabinet bead string, the back side can match a flower and adorn the bowknot that the bride loves, let dish hair have stereo administrative levels feeling, let a person see fall in love with!

Paring and braiding

The plaited braid that looks very random is braided hair, match on a small net gauze gentleman cap, show additional add little girl's kind of lovely and lovely, announce without disguise your frankness pure, full of rural feeling, bring the wedding guest into relaxed and cozy atmosphere.

Princess style

The hair temples of spiral type build the graceful temperament of the princess, the inclined bang of smooth let the bride look both noble and have elvish sweet, integral window depends on the adornment of floret daze, present a wonderful fairy tale dream.

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