Wedding season is here and with it comes a checklist to adhere to. With the makeup and wedding gown decided and out of the way, the next big item to worry about on your to-do list is doing your hair.
The big day is when you want to look your best with an added unique style. Although you want to look different, you might not want a hefty salon bill. Here are a few suggestions that will bring out your individual style statement while introducing an abundance of elegance and perfection.
Not many are blessed with thick, long lustrous locks, and if you are one of them, cherish your hair. Make a simple puff using the central portion of your tresses tucked up on the top while letting the remaining hair fall elegantly on either shoulder. Wear an ethnic hair band or a tiara to accentuate the sassy, cool look.
Twisted side braid
One of the oldest yet most chic hairstyles to don this wedding season, the twisted side braid is an ideal style if you have long locks. Pull your hair to one side, part the locks into three and twist in the second section. Start braiding until the end and secure it with a dazzling rubber band. Big, chunky earrings make for a stunning add-on.
Side swept locks
All eyes are on you on the big day. A classy style for a bride and her bridesmaids flaunt this fashionable look with dresses of every colour. Avoid 'tying-up' hairstyles to flaunt your glossy, voluminous hair this wedding season. Sweep your locks to one side and allow them to flow onto your shoulder in a graceful manner. For more nourishment and volume, use the Volumetry Conditioner after shampooing your hair.
Pull up your hair in a traditional bun and introduce a simple twist to it. One of the best and most fun styles to flaunt this 'I do' season, look chic and in-vogue with this look. Also, the twisted updo is ideal for short, medium or long hair.
Messy side bun
An adorable and easy-to-wear hairstyle, this look goes hand-in-hand with almost every wedding outfit idea. Perfect for women with long hair, this style involves making a low side ponytail, twisting it into a bun and securing it with bobby pins. For a more boho-styled messy, soft look, tug on the bun a little to loosen it up.