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Celebrity Wedding Hairstyles For Black Women

Your wedding is full of memories, love and glamor, when all the major details of your big day you have to put the finishing touches to work, especially your hair. Each bride is different and how you choose to wear your hair in your wedding should be said directly to your personality. If you like classic, low-key, soft, romantic or avant-garde and stylish, there are a variety of wedding hairstyles to choose from.

Some of your favorite celebrities share their hairstyles with the world looks through official photos and surprisingly many of them decide to make things classic. Take a look at 5 of our favorite celebrity wedding hairstyles.

1. Tia Mowry’s Sleek Low Bun


Soft, understated and romantic are the words that best describe Tia Mowry’s wedding day hairstyle. A simple yet beautiful low bun with a side part is how she chose to wear her hair for her big day, letting her dress be the star of the show. This look is flattering on most people because of its simplicity and ease.

2. LisaRaye’s Dramatic Updo


An unforgettable head-turner is one way to describe LisaRaye’s dramatic bun that she wore on her wedding day. Significantly more over-the-top than your average bun, this one is full of volume and intricate pinning and tucking to create a heavily styled chignon. She finishes her look by placing a small crown along the front for a sparkly touch.

3. LaLa’s Classic All Down ‘Do


Sure you can have a low impact bun for your wedding day hairstyle, but you can also rock a no-fuss style with your hair all down as well. That is exactly what LaLa Anthony did on her big day. She simply wore her hair curled in soft waves, parted down the middle and cascading down her back. The only extra frill she wore in her hair was her long veil.

4. Gabrielle Union’s Romantic Half Up Style


Another long wedding hairstyle standout belongs to Gabrielle Union, who kept things romantic and chic. The half up/ half down style she wore on her wedding day was accented by flowing waves with a slight bouffant at the crown and the sides pinned back.

5. Tamara Mowry’s Statement Bouffant


Also opting for a chic low bun was Tamera Mowry, however she decided to have a little more fun at the crown. She added a swooped side bang and a little more texture to the front of her hair to create a bouffant, while the bun featured several pinned pieces that formed an intricate design.