Wearing and styling a Tessa Kim bridal birdcage veil can be a new experience for many brides, but don't worry! We're here to help you achieve the perfect look. If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to us.

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1. Place the comb of the veil.

To start, place the comb of the veil according to your preference and hairstyle. For shorter styles, such as mini veils, 9 inch veils, and 11 inch veils, we recommend placing the comb at the crown of the head. For longer lengths, such as 14 inch veils and 18 inch veils, try placing the comb lower at the crown or almost at the nape of the neck. Bandeau style veils look best around the temple. If you have very fine hair, you may need to tease the area slightly before placing the comb to add more texture for it to hold onto.

2. Decide on the fit you would like to achieve for your birdcage veil.

Next, decide on the fit you want to achieve with your birdcage veil. Do you want it to be close and fitted, or full and voluminous? Tulle birdcage veils and longer lengths tend to have more volume, while shorter styles have less volume.

3. Bobby pins are your birdcage veil's best friend. 

Finally, bobby pins are your birdcage veil's best friend. Use 1-2 bobby pins on either side of the head to hold it in place, especially with veils made of Russian/French/Diamond veiling. Choose bobby pins that match your hair color for a seamless look. If you're having an outdoor wedding where wind may be present, bobby pins will help keep your veil in place throughout the entire event.

We hope these tips help you wear and style your Tessa Kim bridal birdcage veil with confidence. Don't hesitate to reach out!