Bridal Hairstyles

Wedding represents the most significant decision in the life of a person. He/she enters a new phase of life, which will comprise much more love, companionship and even added responsibility. As the wedding day comes closer, the bride as well as the groom gets involved in a lot of preparations, regarding their wedding outfit, accessories, hairstyle, and so on. In case you are the bride and are wondering about the right hairstyle for the D-day, this article will help you make the choice.

Traditional bun hairstyle
This is the typical bridal hairstyle that you will find in almost all the Indian weddings, especially the ones that take place in northern parts of the country. The hair is gathered together and twisted to form a huge bun. This hairstyle works the best in case of long hair. In case you have short hair, extensions will be required. After the hairstyle is complete, adornments, in the form of flowers and accessories, are used to adorn the hair and make the style more elaborate.

Traditional updo hairstyle with a twist
If you want to be a bit different on your wedding, but not do something really unconventional, then going for a traditional updo, but with a twist, will be the best bet. In this hairstyle, rather than twisting, different sections of hair are curled and pinned up. The curls, together, are given the shape of a bun. This hairstyle is much more fashionable than the traditional one, however works well only with medium length hair or short length hair (which will need extensions).

Bun on the side hairstyle
Yet another variation of the traditional Indian wedding hairstyle comes in the form of “bun on the side” hairstyle. In this style, rather than placing the bun high on the head, it is moved to the side. Following a thorough blow-dry, the hair is combed straight and pulled into a low puffed up hair bun, onto one side. You should go for this hairstyle only if you have well-defined cheekbones and prominent eyes. Otherwise, it might not look too good.

Spanish updo wedding hairstyle
If you want to go for an updo hairstyle, but not the usual run-of-the-mill stuff, then the Spanish updo might just impress you. However, it will work the best if you have long and thick hair. The hair is blow-dried, to give more volume and then parted horizontally. The upper part of the hair is done up, with elaborate curls, while the other is left to flow down the back. The updo can be adorned with flowers, crystals, or even bows.

Bohemian wedding hairstyle
If you are ready to experiment with something different on your wedding day, going for Bohemian wedding hairstyle is a good idea. It works well with long and flowing hair. You will need to set your hair in Velcro curls and use a blow-dryer. Once the curls are set, pull your hair away from the face and crown them with a gold (or any other) tiara. The hair will be left loose at the back. Go for this hairstyle only if your wedding has been planned in the winter season.

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