If you’re looking for a feminine yet contemporary hairstyles for wedding to complement your wedding gown, look no further. These seven super trends in bridal hair are sure to give you inspiration.
Hairstyle trend 1: The classic ponytail
A simple ponytail is a fun and casual alternative to more fussy up dos, and is particularly popular for daytime weddings. Give character to a ponytail by adding volume at the crown or curling the loose hair that tumbles down the back. If your hair isn’t long or thick enough to create a full ponytail, you could try a curly hair piece.
Hairstyle trend 2: Double styles
Being able to change your hairstyles for Wedding between the ceremony and reception is increasing in popularity, and many brides love the chance to have two distinct looks. Try pinning loose curls into an up do with a tiara and veil for the ceremony, and then shaking the curls loose and adding an Alice band for a casual reception look.
Hairstyle trend 3: Hair bands
Whether you choose the sweet innocence of an ivory Alice band, or the cheekiness of a side band with a silk corsage, hair bands are big news for brides all over the world. Less formal and more comfortable than wedding tiaras, they suit just about all face shapes and hairstyles.
Hairstyle trend 4: A simple bun
A bun is a practical choice for a bridal hairstyle as it will stay put all day, and won’t detract attention from your beautiful gown. A low bun is an understated look, while a sleek high bun is a more elegant choice that will emphasise your neck and cheekbones. A fake bun can be pinned in place for the hair to be wrapped around if you want to create the effect of a very full bun.
Hairstyle trend 5: A tousled up do
The soft romantic look of a tousled up do is hard to beat, and this is a very popular style for casual outdoor weddings. This feminine style works particularly well with highlighted hair, and with curling tendrils left loose to frame the face. Sparkly hair pins or miniature flowers can be inserted into the up do to add texture.
Hairstyle trend 6: Loose waves
Long loose bridal hair is becoming more acceptable for formal weddings, and the current fashion is to have a side parting and large sleek waves. The hair can be held back with a simple clip on the opposite side from the parting, inserted around the ear.
Hairstyle trend 7: Braids or plaits
Hair braids are a simple way to update or personalise any wedding hairstyle, and they are a key feature on bridal runways. Try creating a few tight braids to add interest to loose hair, or plaiting long hair to wrap around a low bun. French plaits are still a good way to control fly away hair, and they look particularly attractive with silk flowers woven into them. Loose hair with a French plait across the top of the head, falling into a braid on one side is a beautiful choice for a casual beach wedding.
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