Wedding Hair Styles

You can choose from a wide variety of hair styles when you celebrate your most cherished event.  The following hairstyles can be considered. In the Long-Wedding styles, the following can be considered:

For either a casual or a formal wedding, you can wear the hairstyle called All-At-The-Bottom which will suit all women with straight hair. For that classic style which can be exclusive wedding-updo, go for the All-Out Updo hairstyle, which can give you an elegant look.



If you are looking for an easy and quick hairstyle which can go either with or without a veil, go for the All-Straight hairstyle, but for this you must have long hair. For a curly hairstyle, you can opt for the All-Tight-Curls hairstyle, and when you wear a tiara along with a veil, it will be the perfect wedding hairstyle.

When the hair is divided to be layered again back for a loose French-twist that appears like a bun, opt for the Angel hairstyle. Here is Beautiful-Locks hairstyle, which can be not only elegant but easily done by draping locks over the head. Draw the hair up as a simple bun and pin it, and you have Braid- and-Bun Updo hairstyle.



Divide the hair in front into big strands, braid them placing around your bun and pin it. The exclusive bun-updo can give you the best of formal hairstyles. When you have this hairstyle, don’t use a veil and instead use colored pins.

Then there is the Classic Curls which means twining the curls lightly, then allowing them to them to fall on your back. This will go perfectly with backless wedding attire. Have you heard about the Fairytale Princess hairstyle, which can suit a Cinderella wedding-theme like. Get the perfect effect by wearing a tiara.

When you want your hair to look thick and wavy which can bring out the features of your face, you have the Nicole Smith hairstyle, which is perfectly suitable for a formal wedding.



Curl the long hair, part it on one side, which will give you the look of a princess. This Princess hairstyle would be best for any fairytale wedding-theme. To give a feeling of that old renaissance, you should go for the Twist-and-Curls Updo hairstyle, which would suit a medieval wedding theme.



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