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The Best Wedding Hairstyles For Bride With Long Hair

Whether you are a bride or wedding guest, long hair means that you can try the cute, luxurious hairstyles. Here are some suggestions to you!

At the same time it is undeniable that there are some gorgeous hairstyles for those short hair, long hair allows so many lovely, versatile style.

You can keep down, pin, twist, do complex knitting, and you can even turn it into a short bob. If you like!

Always fun to be able to play with different styles, and better chance to try some new looking for your long hair than wedding? Whether you are a bride, bridesmaid or wedding guest, I have you covered!

1) Classic up-do


Making your hair in a pan head is an eternal classic wedding fashion statement, but will never be boring.

Stylish your long hair messy buns and leave some slim parts hanging in the front so that it pokes straight and fashionable into a neat head, or style semi-neat bag and add some braids to the bottom of the package at the top, frame.

If your motto, when it comes to your hair, the bigger the better, so why not go for the classic honeycomb. Make sure you have all the hairspray ready!

2) Feminine Chignon


Technically this one is an up-do but I thought that it deserved its own section as it’s too versatile to be lumped in with the up-dos. For those of you who don’t know what a chignon is its definition is hair scraped into a coil on the back of a person’s head (so it’s a low down bun).

However, in their curly, lavish form, they have now become a popular choice for weddings.

For a simple chignon, Elle gives a great tutorial here using only 6 bobby pins. If you want a more intricate one, though, be prepared to use far more than 6! They can be done on straight or wavy hair and are a lovely, romantic bridal style.

3) Curl it


While tight curls are often considered old fashioned these days, tight curls are still a secret, elegant wedding hairstyle with long hair. Curls can be large or small, the entire head can add a lot of volume to your hair.

The great thing about having long hair is that if you do not want to curl your head, you can curl up on a lovely end and simply take a look. Straighten the hair from the roots, then only from about two-thirds of the curl.

4) Decorate with jewels or flowers


On your wedding day, it’s perfectly acceptable- in fact, it’s actively encouraged- to make yourself look like a queen and what better way to do that than by adding some sparkly jewels to your locks?

If you’re less of a royal princess how about transforming yourself into a boho queen with a flower crown or flower clips? Flowers also work well if you’re a bridesmaid or a wedding guest as they are an easy, understated way to glam up your hairstyle, without upstaging the bride.


5) Braided


The great thing about braids is that they are extremely versatile, a big braid can be made on their hairstyle, a smaller braid can be used to add some extra curls, or a complicated braid can be used to add a simple hair factor to the wow factor.

A good braided pan head is to shave your hair into a succinct but slightly slender bread plus two thick braids on the head, in front of the bag. Woven one should come from the side of your head, another braid should come from the other. They will pass each other in the middle.

For those of you who want to keep your hair long, give yourself a center separation (if you have not already one) and loosen your hair. Grab a generous (but not too generous) front part of your hair on each side and knit. Rope braids are just as ordinary weave works if you like.

Once knitted, put two parts on the back of your head and make sure they meet in the middle. This will create a “braided crown” over your head. This is a no-fuss weave style applicable whether you are a bride or wedding guest!

6) Loose Waves


Loose, wavy hair is a simple, elegant, timeless classic. It doesn’t take long to do and it looks anything but boring. This is a great look for boho-chic brides whose aisle is a sandy beach (or at least for those of you who wish you were getting married at the beach!).

Loose waves can be created by curling large sections of your hair and brushing through them to make them look neater and give them more bounce.

7) Half up, half down


I would not go for a full pan head the day I got married, I do not think it fits me. If you’re like me, or can not decide between the pan head and leave your hair, you should consider a half and a half down. This usually looks better, even if your hair is wavy, making it look like half perfect to walk together.

The great half about half the style is that they can be simple or complex. This is also a very versatile style as it can be casual – it is suitable for wedding guests, or it can be very detailed, putting braids, curls, jewelry – good for the bride.

You can semi-braid, ponytail, messy hair – whatever you like. The half can be wavy, straight, or curled – again, and can be anything you like. Cute, half curly, half down to create long vaulted curls. When the hair is crimped, knit most of the front and then put them, protect them so that they keep the rest of the hair loose in the ponytail.

8) A combination of styles


Of course, if you can not choose a style you can put one or more. Combine the braids, waves and floral decorations to make your hair wavy, then create a chaotic braid hanging on one side. Add a flower crown or a few flowers to wrap the top of the braid.

Long hair is suitable in all the different materials and styles others may not work for you. If you have layered hair it may be difficult to create some weave styles. If your hair is thick and heavy then the loose curls may work the best weight down the tight curls and let them give up.

The trick to long hair is to play and have fun finding the style for you. Have fun and enjoy your wedding!