Best Bridal Hair styles for your wedding
Weddings are a time for celebration and for most women, it is the time to look their best and get decked up. While most women tend to pay maximum attention to the dress that they are going to wear, the manner in which they wear their hair will also be important. Over the past few years, more and more women are now looking at elegant and sophisticated hairdos, which will make them stand apart from the rest of the guests.
Here is a look at some of the most stylish hairstyles, which are ideal for weddings:
Super sleekIf you are in for a sophisticated wedding in the city, you could try the super sleek hairstyle. Apply liberal amounts of gel to your hair and comb it back. Pull the hair into a sleek ponytail and make sure that the ponytail sits towards one side. This look works well with medium and long hair.
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Messy side ponytailNot all people like the sleek look, because to many, the look is a harsh one. For such people, there is the option of the messy side ponytail, which can look quite gentle and feminine. Once you have washed your hair, use a towel to dry it out and before it dries out completely, work in a volumizer. Blow dry your hair, using your hands and no combs or brushes. Now, gently part the hair to one side and it is best that you not use a comb for the same, because a well-defined parting line will take away from the gentleness of the style. Secure the ponytail with a clear rubber band and use a small section of hair to gently cover the rubber band. You can even back comb the ponytail to give it more lift and volume.
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Rolled chignonA rolled chignon is extremely sophisticated, while providing a subtle gentleness to your entire look. In order to provide your hair the boost it requires, flip your head upside down and then blow dry your hair. Create a middle parting and remove small sections on either side of the parting, towards the crown of the head. Tease the crown lightly to create a sense of volume, but make sure that there is just a mild bump. After this, you can start rolling the hair into the chignon and make sure that the sections are secured with pins. You might have to use hair spray to ensure that the hair stays in place. Drape the sections from the front, moving it towards the back and make sure that the tops of the ears are covered gently. These sections should then to be twisted into loose coils, which should sit right above the bun.
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Tousled chignonThis is ideally a great choice for people who have wavy hair, and it can work well even for people who have straight hair, because it will need to be lightly curled or simply blow dried with a volumizer worked into the hair. Once you have made your hair curly or at least wavy, pull your hair into a low ponytail and remember to leave out a small section on either side of the ears. This is to ensure that there is an illusion of volume along the hairline. Twist the ponytail into a bun and secure it with as many pins as required. Take the two sections that had been kept aside near the ears, and wrap them around the bun and tuck them inwards.
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Voluminous bunA bun can be extremely elegant and also quite playful and many of them do not even require a lot of work. If you have straight hair, you are in luck, because otherwise you will need to blow dry and straighten your hair. A thickening spray will be very important, because it is the volume that will make this hairstyle work. Gather your hair into a high ponytail and secure it with a clear rubber band and tease the same to generate extra fullness. Smooth the fluffed hair with a comb to make it look neat and then twist it into a reasonably neat bun. Secure all the loose ends with U pins and apply a light hold spray.
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High knotThere are a few women in this world, who are blessed with a high neck and if you are one of those, then you can consider this hairstyle. Flip your hair upside down and blow dries it. Create a side parting and remove your bangs, if you have any or simply a section from the front of your crown. Gather the remaining hair into a ponytail, but instead of tying it up twist the hair into a bun and secure the same. smoothen the bangs into the bun and set with a hair spray.
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