Hot hairstyles for brides straight from the designer runways
Traditionally a chic chignon is worn to the back of the head, but it looks equally as good when twisted to the front for a modern take on this classic style. Ideal for medium length hair, begin by backcombing hair to add texture and volume, twist into your chignon, pin and finish with a shine spray for gloss.
Add height and drama with a smooth, sleek quiff. Even fairly short hair can be sculpted into a quiff and fixed into place using a strong holding spray.
Recreate Natalie Portman’s groomed look in Black Swan with a ballerina bun. This dramatic look isn’t for everyone but you can soften the effect by adding a pretty hair accessory, flowers or hair band. Spray hair with a heat protection product before straightening with straigteners for a super smooth look. Finish with some fixing spray and a light spray of shine spray.
Pile them high and let a few curls tumble down onto your shoulders for a sexy and seductive wedding hair do. Wrap dried hair around heated curlers or rollers to create individual curls. The larger the roller, the looser the curl. Pin curls loosely onto the crown with hair pins and use the spiked end of a comb to tease out a few stray curls to soften the look.
A natural hit, mid to long hair looks great when styled into casual curls that flow freely. Wrap dried hair around heated curlers or rollers to create individual curls. Use a healthy dose of hairspray to fix the locks and prevent the curls from frizzing and unravelling. The effect should be bouncy curls, not bed head!