Wedding hair means “you but better” hair. It should be soft, touchable (in other words, go light on the hairspray) and able to stand the test of time, but above all, it should make you feel like the prettiest woman in the room. Here, 10 styles we love for the big day.
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Hairstylist Ben Skervin twisted the actress’s hair around the sides of her diamond Chanel headband so that only the jewel stood out on the Oscars red carpet.
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Valentino Spring 2015 Couture
A thick, twisted crown braid embellished with tiny fresh flowers is perfect for a whimsical outdoor wedding.
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A cool, bohemian alternative to traditional wedding hairstyles, a messy fishtail braid will last the night, no touch-ups required.
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Dolce&Gabbana Spring 2015
Swap out red roses for the flowers you planned on walking down the aisle with—or consider yourself set if your wedding involves Flamenco dancing.
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Pull the front section of hair out of a low bun for a romantic, old Hollywood feel.
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Giambattista Valli Spring 2015 Couture
Black netting takes a veil from sweet and classic to edgy and high fashion.
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Keep long hair back with a sleek, shiny braid. To create this one, hairstylist Renato Campora first pulled the top section back and secured with an elastic. Then he took a small strand from below each ear on either side, tied them together and loosely weaved the remaining length.
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Bottega Veneta Spring 2015
A vintage turquoise comb dresses up a low-key bun and fulfills the “something blue” requirement.
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Here’s proof that with the right jewels and dress, a simple, unfussy ponytail can work for any occasion.
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Valentino Spring 2015
For a timeless look you won’t regret, even years after the fact, part your hair down the center, pin the front sections back and add in muted gold accents.