Glamorous Wedding Hairstyles

Every bride wants to feel beautiful on her Wedding Day. Your wedding hair should reflect the theme of your wedding, as well as your personal style.

Having your hair up is the popular choice for the traditional bride. But times are changing and glamorous and a modern wedding hair- down style is sure to make a statement. The most important thing is to feel comfortable with your wedding hairstyle choice. If you usually wear your hair down, having you hair up may make you feel uncomfortable on your wedding day. Alternatively by having you hair up you would be making a glamorous statement.

Let’s explore the many types of hairstyles brides choose for their wedding day;

Wedding Hair – Ups

Structured and tight wedding hair- ups are still a favourite and tend to suit a low headpiece or tiara and a low placed veil usually under the bun. Brides are now also choosing unstructured romantic wedding hair ups such as the Grecian style with a side braid or a very loose side bun curled which will add a touch of Hollywood to your day.

Wedding Hair Downs

Wedding hair down styles will generally suit a strapless wedding gown. Leaving your hair down with a slight wave is youthful and natural. A more traditional hair down style could be long structured curls which looks elegant and young and suits a headpiece and veil. Perhaps a 1960’s inspired straight style with bee hive is your choice. This style is elegant and beautiful and traditional goes well with a wedding gown with thin or no straps.

Wedding head pieces and wedding accessories can further reflect the theme of your day. Whether it is a single rose headpiece, a wedding hair band or a tiara, remember that your choice in your wedding hair accessories and head pieces should compliment your wedding hairstyle.

Be inspired by some of these examples of wedding hairstyles.

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