Your wedding attire is ready. You have bought your jewelry, chosen accessories, picked up the right make-up, and now all that remains is deciding on a beautiful hairstyle that will complete your look on your big day.
A side hairstyle is a great option and can be tweaked to complement a vintage, traditional or modern look depending on your choice of outfit. Such a style can suit women with long and medium length hair. A side-swept hairstyle ensures the front and back of your dress remain in full view. It also frames your face without overwhelming it.
Some of the best sideways hairstyles trending as bridal coiffures these days are as follows:
A messy side bun looks pretty when you paired with a vintage gown. You also get a chance to flaunt your dazzling chandelier earrings. A side bun ensures that your hair stays off your nape and doesn’t get entangled with jewelry or the embellishments on your dress.
To make a messy side bun, gather all your hair on one side and secure it in a ponytail. Divide your hair into sections and comb them in a reverse direction. This is known as back-combing, and it adds volume as well as increases hold. Pin up each section upwards to complete the bun. If you sport a fringe or bangs you can twist them once and pin them for a classy 60s look, or leave them be for a fun flirty look to complement the bun.
Braids give a sophisticated yet unfussy look to a bridal get up. Braids well with western bridal wear such as gowns and dresses as well as with traditional Indian outfits such as sarees and lehengas. You could opt for loose or taut braids, and achieve the desired length of fullness by using extensions.
For a perfect side braid, part your hair sideways. Start with a regular French or fishtail braid from the broader side of your parting. After braiding it up to the ear-level start bringing over sections of hair from the farthest side to where you are braiding your hair. Secure the ends with a transparent rubber band. Accessorize the braids with flowers or seed pearl accents to complete your look.
3. Loose waves
Long hair left loose with a little bit of texture in the form of waves is a great way to get a dreamy princess-like look. Gowns, floor length dresses and even Indian wear such as backless dresses are perfectly complimented by this kind of hairstyle.
For perfect loose waves, work a mild hold gel through your hair. Curl two-inch sections around your curling iron and hold for 20 seconds. Continue until all your hair is curled, mist with a holding product. At the very end arrange all the hair over one shoulder and mist with a holding product.
These side-swept hairstyles are stylish, easy to achieve, and low maintenance. Try one of these and enjoy your big day feeling and looking on top of the world.
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