Bridal Hair Trends 2019
When it comes to your wedding hair, it’s easy to want to try something new and completely change up your style,
But remember, you still want to look like you on your wedding day, so it’s important to do what works for you and your hair. All hairstyles were not created equal! So let’s take a look at what’s trending in wedding hair!
Remember wearing a bow in your hair as a child? Well bows are back for 2019 and they are in ! Brave brides are opting for large statement bows to replace a veil; these work particularly well with high buns as a feature piece. If you don’t want a chunky bow, opt for a thin ribbon for a daintier feel.
Still as popular as ever, Boho is leading the way for brides who want an effortless look for their wedding day. We’re seeing the just-rolled-out-of-bed look to be on point for the new wedding season.
Braids have been change up for this year by being incorporated into messy buns, and side braids creating a feature piece for braided bridal hair.
Always in fashion, a low pony is a great yet simple choice for the bride wanting to go elegant with her bridal hair. Teamed up with a ribbon, this might be the runaway trend for this year.
Many brides are loving this look this year for a different take on a braid or plait. The twisted do is easy to achieve, yet adds another element to the bridal hair, giving it edge. Brides are also creating twisted low up dos for a low-bun style that looks fab!
Fresh flowers are still popular this season; dainty daisies affixed into hair or tropical florals woven into plaits are two styles we’re seeing a lot of.
As we’re moving away from the sleek look; the updo in its many forms has been brought right up to date with texture being added to the hair and strands of hair pulled out and left to hang around the face. Imagine soft chignons with loose hair strands either side to frame your face ( a-la-Meghan Markle’s wedding hair) or a high textured bun for you bridal hair.
Half up Half Down
Popular for those brides who have longer wavy hair, the half up do incorporates plaits to pull the hair back off the face and create a loose yet controlled look.
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