Latest Bridal Hairstyles
Bridal hairstyles this season are more fluid and free flowing as compared to the stereotype embellished ones. The focus is not on false braids, switches, diamantes, zardosi patches and rosebuds on U -pins, it is simple yet contemporary.
They are low on embellishment and stiffness and are look natural. Some of the hairstyles you can choose from are as follows:
Waves – If you have slightly curly hair, this style is meant for you. Part your hair at the extreme left or right, it is important to have more weight on one side to carry off this asymmetrical style. Deftly pull back some hair from both the sides and clip it into a loose half pony, but make sure its not pinned in a structured manner. Pull the loose hair in the front and leave it on the shoulder. Define the waves with a product if you want. This hairstyle is very feminine and adds softness to the face. Ideal for the day, you can also wear it with your night ensemble by adding fresh flowers.
Braided Bun – Make a side parting and sweep a section across your face. Pull the rest of your hair back and make two low plaits. Wind each other into a bun below each ear. Tuck a flower into each to finish the look. This style suits western wear and can be worn at day as well as night.
Classic hairstyle – A classic style that opens up the bride’s face. Divide the hair into equal parts and pull them back together. Twirl the sections all the way back and pin in the centre, at the nape of your neck. To cover the joint, tuck fresh flowers into the dent. This style looks best when worn with a sari, it also give your jewellery a lot of visibility since the hair is tucked behind.