Greek wedding hairstyles

Greek wed­ding hair­styles have always been very pop­u­lar with brides. Indeed, thanks to soft curls that empha­size the oval of the face, this hair­style looks incred­i­bly roman­tic and ele­gant. At the same time, hair­dressers always try to add a lit­tle orig­i­nal­i­ty and beau­ty when cre­at­ing their cre­ations, so each bride looks espe­cial­ly beau­ti­ful and unique.

Greek bride hairstyle options

The Greek hair­style is based on soft curls and part­ing. There are sev­er­al options for the exe­cu­tion of such styling:

  1. Greek knot. To cre­ate it, the hair is divid­ed into a straight part­ing, curled and col­lect­ed in a beau­ti­ful bun at the base of the neck. Most often, such a hair­style is dec­o­rat­ed with flow­ers or rib­bons.
  2. Spit. This is prob­a­bly the most com­mon ver­sion of a wed­ding hair­style for a Greek dress. Thanks to the imag­i­na­tion of hair­dressers, there are many dif­fer­ent options for such a hair­style. You may want to do one big braid or many small ones that are beau­ti­ful­ly styled at the back of your head. At the same time, the hair is dec­o­rat­ed with con­trast­ing rib­bons, pearl strands, hoops or flow­ers.
  3. Ste­fan hair. Stephana is a spe­cial mesh hat with which the Greek style wed­ding hair­style is com­plet­ed. The hair is most often fine­ly curled and beau­ti­ful­ly styled around this minia­ture cap, often remain­ing loose at the back. When using ste­fana, it is nec­es­sary to min­i­mize the num­ber of oth­er dec­o­ra­tions so as not to over­load the image.
  4. Wed­ding Greek hair­style with bangs. This styling looks very roman­tic due to the del­i­cate bangs, which can be left straight or laid on its side.
  5. Wed­ding Greek hair­styles with a veil. A small lush veil or its long ver­sion will per­fect­ly com­ple­ment the wed­ding hair­style.
See also
6 things newlyweds are not responsible for at the wedding

How to decorate hairstyles for a Greek wedding dress?

If we talk about wed­ding hair­styles in the Empire style, then most often they are active­ly dec­o­rat­ed with silk threads, pearls, stones, head­bands and tiaras, as well as fresh and dec­o­ra­tive flow­ers.