Styling for the most beautiful day: The most beautiful bridal hairstyles for every hair length...
Finding the right bridal hairstyle is not always easy. Therefore, we will tell you here how you can perfectly stage your hair on the most important day of your life.
The dress is hanging in the closet, the location is set, and now all that's missing is the bridal hairstyle. Before you roll through countless hairstyle catalogs and run to the hairdresser with a picture of your favorite hairstyle, you should pause for a moment.
Because: You should think extensively about the bridal hairstyle – preferably together with the hairdresser you trust.
On the one hand, the hairstyle must match your hair, i.e. its thickness, length, and texture. After all, it won't do you any good if you choose a bridal hairstyle for which you need a long wavy mane but which you don't have.
The bridal dress or styling also plays a role. The hairstyle should adapt to this. In concrete terms: If you are wearing a simple, summery wedding dress, a pompous bridal hairstyle is less appropriate.
What you should also not forget: the accessories. Not every hairstyle goes with a veil, fascinator, flowers, tiara, and the like. Here, too, you should seek extensive advice so that the hairstyle and hair accessories go perfectly together.
The classic bridal hairstyle is curls twisted up into an updo. For this, straight hair is first treated with a curling iron. The curls are twisted and tied in a voluminous bun at the side of the neck.
In order to get more looseness in the hairstyle, individual strands are plucked out. The hairstyle is suitable for long and medium-length hair. If you have thin and fine hair, you can also use a hair cushion at the nape of your neck to create more fullness.
If you like it romantic and get married in a princess dress, you will love this look. Long, thick hair is required. In the romantic bridal hairstyle, the bangs are styled into a deep side parting.
The rest of the hair is curled with a curling iron. The lengths are all laid over the shoulder on the side of the low side parting. The strands are fastened with hairpins at the nape of the neck so that the hair does not slip back.
The romantic look is refined with a flower headpiece that is placed on the side of the temple.
It becomes royal with an elegant updo, which goes particularly well with voluminous A-line or mermaid dresses.
The long, straight hair of the bride is put together in a voluminous, high bun. The hairstyle is refined with a sparkling tiara.
You look like a delicate elf with this natural bridal look for long and medium-length hair. With this hairstyle, you wear your hair open with a side parting. The lengths get soft waves that are worked in with a straightening iron.
The coronation is the wreath of flowers on the head. The hairstyle goes perfectly with the Snow Maiden look (fair complexion, red lips, rosy cheeks) and with a pretty, airy, and light lace dress.
Tip: At a summer wedding on a flower meadow, the hair can also be braided into a French side braid and decorated with a wreath of flowers.
A modern and sleek bridal hairstyle is suitable for medium-length and shorter hair. For this, the straight hair at the back of the head is folded in from the left and right like a banana.
Hairpins and hairspray provide hold. A few blossoms, which are randomly distributed in the hair, go perfectly with the modern look.
Even with short hair, you can conjure up a glamorous bridal hairstyle (or have it done). For this, styling mousse is first distributed in the hair. Then individual large strands are twisted onto medium-sized rollers.
Then blow-dry your hair, remove the rollers and shape the curls with your fingers. On the parting side, turn the hair inward and pin it in place with bobby pins or braid it.
If you like, you can put small bridal jewelry for the hair on the twisted side of the hair. Make sure the hair accessory isn't too bulky or too big. Finally, gloss varnish over it and you're done.