Popular Hairstyles For Brides
Wedding bells ringing? Planning a wedding is one of the most exciting times of your life. But we don’t need to tell you that, you’re living it! Among many things, choosing the way you have your hair styled for your special day is a big decision. Every bride wants to feel her best on her wedding day but where should you even start with choosing a hair style? We thought it would be fun to share some of the popular hairstyles for brides to give you a starting place with inspiration as you start this journey towards your big day!
Most brides incorporate a veil into their bridal look, so choosing a hairstyle to accommodate the veil is important. One of the most popular hair styles for brides that’s chic, timeless and also accommodating to a veil is the curly half up hair style. It’s a classic hair style that’s flattering for every face shape and can be worn with a range of different hair lengths. It’s simplistic but not boring, which is probably why it’s such a popular hair style. Some brides and their stylists add more detail into the look like adding a braid to the hair that’s pulled back to create the half up style, but the overall look is the consistency we’ve noticed.
All the popular bridal hair styles incorporate curls in some way or another. Another popular hair style for brides is the curly hair that’s pinned back to create a bun-like hair style, most hair stylists will know this. The curls are emphasized quite a bit with this particular hair trend and the hair is loosely pinned back so the bun portion doesn’t look like a traditional bun but rather gives the illusion of all the curls grouped together strategically. This is another hair style that’s quite versatile allowing for the addition of hair accessories like pins or flowers, as well as a veil.
One Side Pinned Back
Lately we’ve noticed some brides keeping their hair style simple and incorporating a retro vibe to their look. The hair is curled (again) and styled in a deep side part to create a retro-type of feel with the side bang portion. Instead of just leaving the hair down one side of the hair is pinned back with a pin or decorative clip. Again, it’s a simplistic look but adds enough drama and detail that the bride is still the main focal point. This is a hair style that we’ve also noticed has been applied to many bride’s and their varying hair lengths/textures.