Are you looking for the perfect bridal hairstyle? Then you should take a closer look at these updo wedding looks. Psst… The bridal hairstyles also work as a wedding guest...
You marry. Wow! But in addition to table decorations, menu, location & Co., there is so much to plan. Probably the most important thing is the question of which bridal hairstyle you combine with your great wedding dress. Half-open, open, or rather pinned up in a classic way? The decision is really not easy.
The number 1 advantage of an updo bridal hairstyle: professionally done, it really lasts all day. So you don't have to worry about your look and you always look stylish in all your photos. In addition, in the most important moments of your life, no strands hang in your face, and you can dance extensively and enjoy your cake and drinks. Updo hairstyles really suit every bride - and can be wonderfully combined with a veil. They also look wonderful with a bare back in a wedding dress or dresses with a collar.
Pinned hair is possible with almost every haircut. With short and medium-length cuts as well as with long hair, they look classy to casual - only ultra-short hairstyles have to do without them. With a bob, however, updos can be achieved - it is best to clarify with your hairdresser in good time how long your hair should be before the wedding.
You have a bob, but would still like to wear your wedding hairstyle up? Then a mini bun in the neck is a great alternative. Protruding strands can be invisibly fixed with clips.
If you have medium-length hair, you can also wear updos. A chignon in the neck or a casual deep bun is particularly suitable.
With long hair, you are spoiled for choice and can choose almost any updo look for the wedding. Hair that is pinned up can be combined particularly beautifully with braided elements or accessories.
Fine hair lacks volume. Therefore, before styling, the bride's hair should be backcombed and optically padded. Bun hairstyles or chignons can be helped with a bun cushion.
In principle, you can wear any hairstyle with thick hair. However, as a bride, you should make sure that the combined bridal hairstyle is not too heavy and that it is fastened well so that it does not fall apart.
Even with a pony, wedding hairstyles are definitely feasible - and even look much more casual. You can then fix the veil, for example, at the transition between the fringe and the rest of the hair.
Curls and updo hair? are not mutually exclusive. On the contrary! Many wedding stylists curl the strands before laying them. Hanging curls loosen up what are otherwise often severe-looking updos.
Bridal hairstyles can be wonderfully combined with accessories. Of course, this includes a veil at the top, which is often attached to the bun, chignon, or knot. But diadems and hair clips are also very popular. The hairstyle gets a vintage touch with flowers or a wreath - of course matching the bouquet in hand and the flower decoration. But (vintage) hair accessories such as pearls, headbands, or clips can also visually enhance the hairstyle. Make sure that the hair accessories match the wedding dress, otherwise, it will quickly look overloaded.
Not the right one for you yet? Here you will find more inspiration for pinned-up wedding hair from braided looks to chignons.