The bells are officially ringing for wedding season! Whether you’re a spouse-to-be, a maid of honor, a guest, these matrimony-appropriate looks are sure to bring out your inner celebrity on the big day.
Chignon wedding hairstyle
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Bouncy mid hairstyle
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Short haircut for wedding look
Don’t worry to have a trendy look with a short haircut. This can add more beautiful and classy look. This hairstyle makes more attracting. The flower hair accessories can add a more beautiful look. The earrings with this side hair accessories make you look beautiful. This stylish hairstyle can turn every one attention. So, no need to worry about your short hair. You can try this stylish short hairstyle with a trendy look. Thus, the hairstyle can add, more beautiful look and is more attracting for your wedding with a unique look.
Curly bouncy hairstyle with a crown
The light brown hairstyle can add a classic and impressive look. The hairstyle is made with a full roll and curly hair. This stylish hair can be more interesting and is attentive. The hairstyle looks as a soft and smooth side swept bang with a front look. The curly hairstyle with a stylish look is more interesting for rolls. This stylish low curls with bangs on giving a stylish look. Try this classic and trendy complete rolled and bun hairstyle with a crown can turn everyone’s looked at in and makes you look unique special on your wedding day.
Inspired by Grace Kelly on her wedding day, Emmy Rossum’s tiara-topped braided chignon imparts a polished elegance. Rick Gradone, the hair stylist behind the show stopping ‘do, explain how to pull off a crown in the twenty-first century: “The sleekness of this look keeps it more elegant and contemporary, whereas softer and fuller styles make tiaras look more prom queen or pageant-like. The look has to be as clean and Kempt as possible.” Gradone also recommended following the shape of the headpiece for maximum impact. “Since this Chopard tiara was angled into a v, I drew a middle part that directly paralleled its peak and allowed me to sculpt the hair into a similar silhouette,” he said. “Then I crafted the braid at the nape of the neck so that the end of the tiara met right in the middle of the bun, which gives the eye a nice line to follow.”
“Fresh flowers add softness and romance to a wedding hairstyle,” said George Northwood, who works with Chung. This charming floral crown paired with her ombré waves imparts a youthful, bohemian vibe perfect for a laid-back wedding. To keep the crown in place, Northwood recommended lightly becoming the top of the hair. “Teasing allows bobby pins to grip to something more substantial and helps anchor the crown of the head,” he explained.
Renato Campora, who sculpted this updo, suggested choosing this look to match the unabashed drama of an ornate gown. Inspired by Botticelli, Campora crafted a flawless braided bun that coiled around to epic proportions thanks to a few extensions. But the key here, he said, is the slicked-back base: “A sleek and clean ponytail to start is essential since it’s the foundation of the entire look.” Add to that a quarter-size amount of Alterna Bamboo Smooth Kendi Oil for shine and a blast of Oribe Superfine Strong Hair Spray to hold, and you’ve got a look fit for a queen.
Although the “Revenge” star’s Jennifer Behr broach looked glitzy, her loose and textured top knot added contrast for a more effortless and less contrived feel. In order to balance out the sizable hair ornament, Sally Hershberger’s wedding hair wizard Ruben Colon said the side swept bangs are essential. “It makes the clip more proportional and also keeps the style looking more youthful,” he said. To tidy up a top knot just a bit, Colon recommended spritzing hairspray on the backside of a paddle brush and using it as a tool to smooth the surface of the bun.
Jennifer Lawrence’s updo provides the best of both worlds, with its tousled and organic framework that flows into a more carefully crafted low chignon. “It is still formal, but fun and romantic,” said Jen Atkin, who counts Lawrence as a client. “This look would be great for a fall wedding, or for a modern bride who isn’t afraid of playing with texture in her hair.” To get such great texture and movement, Atkin said it’s crucial to start with a nourished scalp. She recommended Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy Damage and Color Repair Nourishing Shampoo and Daily Conditioner to prep, followed by Charlotte Ronson A Perfect Mess Beach Hair for ruffled waves that can then be pinned up in a bun at the nape of the neck.
“A ponytail is the simplest way to style the hair, making this perfect for a no-fuss bride who still wants to look elegant and polished,” said Campora, who gave Alba this look for the Ralph Lauren spring 2013 show. “It allows you to move freely so it’s comfortable, but this one is still timeless and classic.” Campora specifically placed Alba’s pony high up at the crown of the head and softly curled the tail to give it “bounce and movement like Jessica Rabbit,” he said.
Julianne Hough combines a braid in front and twists in the back for an intentionally unkempt style that feels more casual. “This would be a good alternate option for girls who want a natural-looking updo for a daytime beach wedding instead of the standard beachy waves,” said Colon. Since it relies so heavily on bobby pins, Colon recommended this look for shoulder-length hair in particular.
Kerry Washington demonstrates how to take a break from the traditional hair broach or tiara with a more fun and playful oversized bow. Takisha Sturdivant-Drew, the coiffeur behind the half-up ‘do, stressed that placement is imperative when working with a bow. “It needs to sit on the side and not directly on top of the head,” she said, explaining that the latter looks too Minnie Mouse rather than modern Madonna. Sturdivant-Drew recommended a voluminous bouffant and side swept bang to balance out the jumbo bow, and suggested curling the rest of the hair in opposite directions to keep the waves from settling into each other.
“A fresh and cool braid offsets a powerful and more mature ball gown,” said hairstylist Andy LeCompte, referencing Liu’s voluminous dress that she wore to this year’s Golden Globes. “It makes the whole style look edgy rather than a lady.” What’s more, such intricate plaits still tie in the decadence of a statement-making gown without turning it fussy. To get the look, LeCompte constructed a reverse French braid around the head on both sides of the part, “which gives hair more volume and also helps to show off the dimensions of the braid on dark hair.” Once both braids meet underneath one ear, he suggested tying them together with elastic, splitting the hair apart right above the elastic and pulling the tail through the hole to exaggerate the shape of the fishtail and get it started. Wella Texture Touch Reworkable Clay helps to give the lengths some hold and texture as you braid to the ends.
When it comes to short hair, Colon said it’s all but essential to utilize accessories to give cropped looks that extra panache. “It’s also a great excuse to get away with a particularly bold piece of jewelry,” he said. Case in point: Michelle Williams’ diamond-encrusted Fred Leighton headband that gussied up her dramatically parted, shaggy pixie cut. To get her piece-y style, Colon recommended dipping fingertips in pomade, such as Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Sculpting Pomade, and lightly rubbing select ends of hair for a textured definition, rather than raking the product directly through the whole head (which gives off a clumpier look).
Hair guru Giannandrea conjured up a refreshing take on the classic French twist with Watts’ deconstructed and windswept version of the Oscars. “I wanted to pull the hair away from the face without it looking too constricting of too coiffed,” he explained. “Its height and softened texture give the style a more womanly sensibility.” Giannandrea recommended using no tools other than hands for this look. After rough-drying hair, use fingers to lift the front for volume and to smooth back the sides, then wind the ends into a disheveled roll in the back—while pinning stray hairs into separate twists where necessary.
Nicole Kidman’s elaborate updo proves hair stylist Mara Roszak is more than just a one-trick pony: the twisted bun placed off to one side paired with the faint braid and the gilded pin give this look interest from every angle. “Nicole’s dress was very sexy and glamorous and I wanted to contrast that with a cool, textured updo that was a bit tousled,” Roszak said of her inspiration. To define wavy hair’s natural texture and highlight movement before pinning it up, she recommended touching up hair on the sides and top with a one-inch curing iron, being sure to take random sections so that the waves are not too perfect and look more organic.
“It’s quite strong and confident with the slick and architectural loop, but also very feminine with the deep side part,” explained hairstylist Ben Skervin of the samurai-inspired graphic bun he sculpted on Weisz for the Los Angeles premiere of Oz: The Great and Powerful. Skervin recommended using a bungee band instead of a traditional elastic when securing the ponytail “so you don’t have to fiddle with pulling the tail through,” and also suggested placing the pony higher up at the occipital bone rather than at the base of the neck to leave room for the tuck-and-rolled loop underneath. A healthy coating of the Vidal Sassoon Mega Firm Hold Gel shellacks the style, while a light misting of shine-enhancing spray adds a patent-like finish to it.
Reese Witherspoon channeled an old-Hollywood movie star at the Oscars this year with Veronica Lake-esque waves, which were made modern with brushed out, loose curls instead of stiff and cramped coils. “It’s pure beauty and glamour and just perfect for a special occasion,” said Campora, who was responsible for giving Witherspoon the vintage-inspired mane. “Hair pulled all to one side shows off the neck and earrings, and at the same time it both opens and frames the face.”
“These easy and sexy waves are ideal for a summer wedding or a barefoot beach wedding,” suggested the creator of Rihanna’s less-is-more style for the Grammys, Ursula Stephens. The trick here, she explained, is to wrap hair around a one-and-a-half-inch curling iron instead of inserting it in the clip, and starting the wrap a few inches down from the root “to give it an undone feel.” In order to lock in each wave before curling, Stephens suggested spraying each medium-sized section with a hairspray, such as Motions Light Hold Working Spritz. Then use a paddle brush to brush out the waves and add body before flipping your head over and shaking the entire look out with fingers.
Sandra Bullock’s sleek, pin-straight hair is understated and edgy, while the accent of a subtle broach keeps it looking elegant and wedding-appropriate. “I see this style at a big city wedding that’s both minimalistic and modern,” said Colon. The ornament’s placement directly behind the ear is what Colon explained makes this look so new, since it’s not so obvious and is only visible when Bullock turns her head. As for how to pull off such linear locks, Colon said it’s all in the part: “The part is drawn precisely off-center, which softens the look and minimizes the severity of it is so straight.”
Salma Hayek proves that creativity is a virtue with a necklace that she repurposed as a headband to decorate her mussed up high bun. Hairstylist Peter Savic embellished the billowing bun at the Oscars with Cindy Chao’s Maple Leaves choker that he coiled around the base. “Hair jewelry doesn’t have to be made specifically for the hair,” he said. When trying to secure necklaces or garment broaches into looks, Savic recommended attaching wire to the ends of the jewelry and creating a loop, which gives bobby pins something to hook and latch onto.
“The finger waves in front and pin curls along the bottom give this look a definite retro feel,” said hairstylist Robert Vetica, who created this faux-bob Keibler wore to the Oscars. But instead of forming the pin curls on wet hair as were traditionally done in the past, Vetica crafted them on dry hair and then brushed them out, giving the look a more modern and relaxed vibe. Add a birdcage veil along the part to make your period-wedding dreams a reality.
Also looking back on yesteryear, Roszak referenced the über-femme ’40s when molding Saldana’s hair for a recent Star Trek Into Darkness premiere. “I wanted the hair to have a bit of height much like the ’40s styles, but with a modern ‘twist,’ literally!” she explained. After fashioning a side part, Roszak rolled the front sections of hair all the way around to the nape of the neck, leaving volume at the front and adding more hair as she went along. She secured the remaining tresses into a bun with bobby pins, and then decorated the style with a Jennifer Behr headband she inserted backward so that it encircled the head from behind.
Roszak said Deschanel’s ample updo is extremely flattering due to the volume at both the crown and in the back. “It looks beautiful in pictures from all angles,” she said of her creation. The ticket to getting so much lift is to start with a dollop of mousse, like Pantene Flowing Body Mousse, on damp hair, before blowing it out with a boar bristle brush. After setting hair in large Velcro rollers for extra volume, remove the rollers and gently brush out the lengths. Roszak said to tease the crown with a fine-tooth comb “for a bit of a ’60s-inspired bump,” then to pull the hair back into a mid-height ponytail. Once you backcomb the base of the pony, pin the ends underneath to create a tucked chignon.