Perfect Wedding Hair

It’s wedding season! So whether you’re getting married, being a bridesmaid or simply a guest, we’ve got the perfect wedding hairstyles for you – from classic up-dos to retro down-dos.

 

Having an autumn or winter wedding? This will withstand any weather conditions and look super-chic for a bride or guest.

 

 

A pretty floral accessory is a great way to add interest if you’re the guest of honour at a wedding this year.

 

 

Simple bridal hair doesn’t come more gorgeous than this luxurious down ‘do. Perfect condition, dreamy loose curls and a side parting that flatters the face and highlights the shape of the cut. If you want a hairstyle like this before your big day, treat your locks to regular conditioning masks during the countdown.

 

 

Add a few pretty pearl pins or flowers to this high-rise hairstyle for a bridal ‘do fit for a princess.

 

 

Take inspiration from this season’s most stylish catwalks and opt for a simple yet effortlessly elegant pony. This pretty style – as seen at Calvin Klein – uses subtle body and height at the crown, swept into a sleek ponytail at the nap of the neck. A few loose tendrils add to the dreamy, romantic finish.

 

 

The ballerina bun is big, BIG news this season. Use a shine spray to make sure hair looks super healthy and pin up into a neat, coiled bun. Finish with a delicate headband that matches the dresses.

 

 

Channel Heidi with on-trend, intricate braiding arranged into a crown shape atop your head. Put simply, it’s a look fit for a princess and worthy of a goddess.

 

 

Go for classic retro waves like this Anna Sui catwalk style. Opt for a soft, side-swept look that will never date.

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