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Your wedding day is supposed to be one of, if not the, most important day of your life. It could also be considered as the time you will probably be the most photographed as well! After the dress, one of the most important aspects of the bride’s outfit is how she wears her hair.
You will have photographs of this day for the rest of your life; you don’t want to look back and be in love with your dress but disappointed about how you wore your hair. Below are 10 amazing pictures of bridal hairstyles to give you some ideas!
1) Reef of Flowers for Your Hair
This beautiful image shows a very popular way in which brides wear their hair today. The reef of flowers sits upon the head like a crown, while the hair flows down creating a very natural look. The flowers will often match in with the bouquet the bride is carrying. This amazing hairstyle is a particular favourite for those who are having country style weddings.
2) Classy Up Do
Many brides like to have their hair up, and one of the benefits of that is being able to show off any earrings that they might be wearing, as displayed wonderfully in this image. This classy style gathers the hair at the back of the head, near the bottom, and creates a very sophisticated looking bride.
3) Intricate Design
This great picture captures an incredibly delicate and intricate bridal hairstyle. The theme of plaits and braids runs throughout the hairstyle, and they all go towards to the bun holding most of the hair in place. The hair accessory adds to the intricacy of the hairstyle, which is sure to turn heads at a wedding.
4) Chic and Stylish
This image captures a wonderful style, which appears not to have a hair out of place. The twists and swept back hair creates an elegant and chic bridal hairstyle, suitable for anyone wanting to feel like a princess on their special day.
5) Extravagant Bride
This picture captures a very fashionable bridal hairstyle. The large scale of the hairstyle works well whatever the style of the dress; it fits in perfectly with larger dresses, and also contrasts beautifully with thinner or smaller dresses.
6) Curls and Twirls
These brides both boast simple yet effective curly hairstyles. The luscious locks are left to fall naturally on the shoulders of the bride, and although it is not an overly exciting style, the beauty is still evident. The tiaras are also a popular hair accessory among brides, and they complement the hairstyle wonderfully. Use Evo hair care products to keep your hair in tip-top condition for the big day.
7) Simple Beauty
This hairstyle incorporates the simple curls and the side do. All of the hair flows down one side of the bride’s head, in this case her left side, and creates a beautiful style. The hair appears thicker as it is all gathered at one side, which is a very appealing look.
8) The Side Bun
This clear photograph displays the side hair do, which can look beautiful on any bride. Whether you have long or short hair, thick or thin, the side bun works well with a variety of hairstyles. The added flower is a perfect finishing touch and can tie in the bouquet with the outfit wonderfully.
9) Natural Looking Curls
The curls in this hairstyle look very natural and create an overall look of simple beauty. The curls are loosely tied at the back of her head allowing them to fall around the back and shoulders beautifully.
10) The Messy Up-Do
The curls are put up and left dangling in this interesting design. The tumbling curls create a messy, yet elegant style, which is set off beautifully by the delicate hair accessory in the shape of a flower.
There are many different ways in which a bride could wear her hair, and the above are just 10 handpicked ideas from the amazing images on Flickr.
Article by Natalie Moody
Image credits: BellaFaye, Kisspat Feather, Pampered Delights and Cosmic Face Painting, Photos by Zoe, Chantal Larue, â˜º Lee J Haywood, Tommie m, BellaFaye, Villa De Amore and Pampered Delights and Cosmic Face Painting.
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