Everything should be perfect on the wedding day. That's why we'll tell you which bridal hairstyles are trending in 2022 - and which are no longer.
After Corona thwarted all those who wanted to marry in 2020, the motto last year was: More is more. Finally, twice as many couples, as usual, were able to celebrate their long-awaited dream wedding. No effort is too much, no dress too classy and no hairstyle too glamorous. But in 2022 we will notice a trend reversal in terms of bridal hairstyles.
While it couldn't have been more elaborate last year and bridal hairstyles could easily keep up with those of Hollywood stars, the trend is now going back to classic glam. Brides this year are going for naturalness and hair that looks effortless – but of course, it isn't. We show which bridal hairstyles are in for 2022 and which trend hairstyles from last year you should stay away from.
Last year, the classic ballerina bun was still very popular. But in 2022, the noble hairstyle will be passé again for brides. Instead, we bet on the low bun. This combines two advantages in one bun. Unlike the ballerina version, the low-slung knot is incredibly comfortable to wear. In addition, a pretty veil can be attached perfectly. To give the hairstyle a trendy, effortless look, we gently pull the first two strands out of the hair at the front. Relaxed and elegant at the same time!
You will look in vain for long braids on brides in 2022. They prefer to follow the "half up, half down" trend and also style their hair half up with braids at the top. The open hair can be styled in free-flowing, loose waves for a classic bohemian style. Best of all, this hairstyle offers the best of both worlds - glamorous long hair and a playful braided hairstyle.
For loose hair, the trend is moving away from red-carpet-ready glamor curls toward "romantic boho waves". The elfin look is very natural and is particularly suitable for medium to long hair. But be careful: Don't be fooled by the gently wavy, effortlessly undone look. As calm as the hairstyle may appear at first glance, there is a lot of effort behind it. But we think it's worth it!