Here you will find our stunning selection of wedding hair combs and clips for brides.
Not a fan of traditional tiaras? Then maybe a bridal hair comb or clip could be more your style. These versatile, modern hair accessories create a much less regal look for brides. They can also be worked into almost any hairstyle making them a really easy-to-wear, and more relaxed option.
Quality Hair Accessories for Brides
All of our wedding hair combs & clips are brought to you by well-known UK designers like Linzi Jay and Twilight Designs. This means we can guarantee boutique-quality headpieces for our discerning brides.
How to Wear A Wedding Hair Comb
Wedding hair combs can be positioned just about anywhere in the hair. They're perhaps better suited for brides with up-dos, or half-up-half-down hairstyles. This is so the comb has some resistance to work against. If you are wearing your hair loose, you'd still be able to wear one but the comb would have to be gripped through with Kirby grips to stop it sliding out of your hair.
How to Wear A Bridal Hair Clip
Bridal hair clips, on the other hand, are a little easier to wear in our experience. The crocodile clip fastenings will grab onto even loose hair, (although for peace of mind we would still recommend gripping them in). They're also great for adding a touch of bling to the top of a wedding veil as they can be clipped into the hair just above the bride's veil comb. This is more comfortable than having two hair combs sandwiched together.
Should I Get A Hair Comb Or Clip?
Wedding Hair Clips
As we mentioned above, how you're wearing your hair might determine whether you'd be better suited to a bridal comb or a hair clip. Generally speaking, we perfect clips. They just grab on so nicely to the hair and everyone wants to feel like their headpiece is nice and secure on their wedding day. I especially love the look of a Hollywood Wave combined with a low side clip - stunning!
Wedding Hair Combs
If you're wearing your hair up, however, a bridal comb is a great option. They slot nicely down into a low chignon up-do and might actually be more secure than a clip in a tighter, more rigid hairstyle thanks to the prongs which anchor it in place. Either way, be sure to discuss all your options with your bridal hairstylist and perhaps take both options to your trial.
Real brides Wearing our Hair Combs & Clips
We don't get sent nearly as many pictures of our headpiece brides as we do for our veils, but here is our gorgeous bride Lisa in her fabulous side hair comb. Hopefully, we can add some more soon!