Every bride thinks of their special day non-stop from the day of her engagement to her wedding night, and the memories are meant to last forever. As a wedding guest, you are invited to celebrate this special day as a friend or family member because you are important to the bride and the groom in one way or the other. Therefore, it’s essential for you to look your best and make the memories even more beautiful.
Wedding guest hairstyles are required to be beautiful without being too intricate. You want a cute hairstyle that does not look too casual. The secret is to keep the hairstyle black-tie appropriate and add a little detail using accessories, hair ties, and a few pins. Most people, however, are used to the same hairstyle, and changing it might prove to be a little intimidating. However, you can pick one of these hairstyles for wedding hair that we have picked for you, and go with the one you are most comfortable with.
Half-up half-down with a twist
His hairstyle is a simple bridesmaid option that has been quite popular this year. To accomplish this hairstyle, you will need to create effortless beach waves by curling your hair in alternating directions and giving the curls a little tug downwards before you let them cool. You will then break the curls up, and spray with an excellent texturizing product. After you are happy with the curl pattern, twist the sides and pin them at the back. Set the style with a lovely touchable finishing spray and accessorize as you’d love to.
Simple low bun
Although most of us want to go all out with intricate hairstyles, simplicity is elegant. What makes this hairstyle so great is how easy it is to create it on your own. To accomplish this hairstyle, you will need to curl your entire head of hair with a 1 ¼ inch iron. Do not forget to use a high hold thermal setting spray to keep the texture of the curl even when you brush it out. Section the hair off into three sections (sides and back), create volume at the crown, and pin it into place. Leave a small part at the crown that you can re-curl to create texture. Form a messy bun at the back and pin it low into the nap/ twist back the sides loosely and pin on top of the bun you created. The curls from the sides section can be used to cover up any gaps. Finally, use your favorite finishing spray to hold everything in place.
This hairstyle is elegant, simple, and easy to create. To accomplish it, you will need to prepare your hair with dry shampoo, section the hair into two side sections, and Dutch braid each section to the nape, then secure with a hair elastic. To conceal the elastic, wrap some hair around it and hold with a bobby pin. Wrap your left braid around the right side and your right braid around the left side, then secure into place using a pin. Spray using a high hold finishing spray and add accessories of choice.
Smooth Classic Chignon
Nothing speaks elegance like a classic hairstyle. The chignon has been around for quite some time, and it is easy to pull off. First, you need to section your hair into three parts (two sides and the back). Create volume in the crown by back-combing and smoothing as you go. Secure the back into a low ponytail, then smooth it out, and tie the end using a hair elastic. Roll the ponytail up towards the nape of your neck and pin it into place. Use the side sections to cover up any spaces over the chignon and finish using a flexible hold spray.
The messy braid
This is another straightforward hairstyle that will have you feeling confident. It is perfect for people with heavy fine hair, and people who have straight hair. To get this hairstyle, back-comb your entire head of hair, pin the crown into place, and twist sections from the side back over the pins. Pin each twist until you reach the nape of your neck, then create a loose braid to the end, where you will secure using a hair tie. Set using a high hold spray and use accessories to make it more interesting.
Sleeked Back do
Simple, stylish, and easy to create. This hairstyle is ideal for weddings, especially if you want other accessories to stand out. Straighten your hair and comb it to the back, then use bobby pins to secure your hair on the sides.
The high ponytail
The high ponytail is a classic. If you want to look neat and well-put-together, this is your go-to style. You can use accessories to make it more exciting or add hair extensions for length. It is easy to create and appropriate for people of all age groups. Tie all your hair neatly in a ponytail on the crown of your head.
Messy high bun
A messy bun is an excellent option in any fun event. It is laid back and easy to do, but for weddings, you will need to put in a little effort. For this hairstyle, you will need to curl all your hair into loose beach waves, comb your hair then tie it in a loose high ponytail, and then tie small sections of your hair around the hair tie and secure them using bobby pins. Continue doing this until you have achieved the perfect messy bun and accessorize as desired.
Some people prefer to wear their hair in their natural curls and let them down for a more relaxed look. However, if you do not have naturally curly hair, you can use an iron rod to curl it into our desired curl pattern, and then separate the curls so that they appear to be less structured. This hairstyle is extremely versatile because it suits people with different curl patterns, and you can use various accessories to give it a little more life.
Five strands Dutch braid
Although it might sound a little tricky, this hairstyle will stand out in a crowd. Just like a three-strand Dutch braid, section your hair into five parts at the crown of your head and braid going down, adding more hair to each section. The key is to keep your sections as neat as possible and keep track of them, tighten your sections as you go, and pancake for volume at the end.
This is one of the easiest hairstyles to pull off. To accomplish it, you will need to section your hair into three parts (two sections at the front and one at the back). Twist the front right side to the back and secure with bobby pins, then do the same for the front left side. Straighten the hair at the back and tie it with a hair tie at the end, then roll up your hair towards the crown of your head. Secure the loose ends with bobby pins, and accessorize with any accessories that suit you.
Two braids and a bun
This hairstyle is one of the most fun and versatile hairstyles because it is ideal for all hair texture. Section your hair into two parts in whichever style you want, then Dutch braid each section loosely to the nape of your neck. Tie both sections with a hair tie at the nape of your neck and straighten the ponytail, then tie the ponytail into a cute bun.
There are also numerous styles to pick from, and some are more delicate than others. However, each hairstyle will accentuate your appearance and boost your confidence. These hairstyles require some effort, but they will all turn out great! As an added advantage, you can always make them suit your style with a little adjustment and some accessories. Do not be afraid to try these trendy hairstyles for wedding guests at the next wedding you attend. So if you are looking for a stylist near you click here, also why not check out my most recent post hair styles for a chubby face
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