Wedding hairstyles

Wedding hairstyles with a diadem: styling options for a celebration and how to do them

Every girl dreams of look­ing like a princess on her wed­ding day and care­ful­ly selects the appro­pri­ate jew­el­ry. An inte­gral part of the image of any princess-bride is a dia­dem that adorns her hair. What types of tiaras exist, how to choose the right option for a hair­style and how to secure­ly fix the jew­el­ry in your hair — all this in our arti­cle.

History of appearance

A sophis­ti­cat­ed acces­so­ry appeared in ancient Greece, and the ancient Greek god­dess Hera is con­sid­ered the dis­cov­er­er of the dia­dem. It was on her images that a spec­tac­u­lar dec­o­ra­tion always flaunt­ed in her hair. In those days, such an acces­so­ry was con­sid­ered a lux­u­ry item, so only girls and women from wealthy fam­i­lies wore it.

Nowa­days, there are many vari­eties of diadems., and almost any girl can afford one or anoth­er type of acces­so­ry. Ele­gant jew­el­ry is cho­sen for their wed­ding images not only by celebri­ties, but also by ordi­nary girls. In addi­tion, this spec­tac­u­lar acces­so­ry can be called inde­pen­dent and ver­sa­tile, since it can be used with­out a veil.

Types of decoration

The assort­ments of jew­el­ry hous­es and acces­sories stores are so large that you can find many vari­eties of tiaras for every taste. For exam­ple, girls who pre­fer nat­ur­al pre­cious stones and met­als will suit jew­el­ry made of gold, sil­ver and pre­cious stones. Sil­ver mod­els and prod­ucts made of white gold look ele­gant, jew­el­ry made of a yel­low vari­ety of met­al will be brighter.

Stones also play an impor­tant role: with sil­ver, the dia­dem will be more restrained and ele­gant, and with col­ored ones — more spec­tac­u­lar and unusu­al. It is worth not­ing that these types of jew­el­ry have a rather high cost and are not suit­able for every girl.

A more afford­able option are acces­sories made from ordi­nary met­als and stones that have noth­ing to do with jew­el­ry. But this does not mean that they will be some­what infe­ri­or in appear­ance and qual­i­ty — such dec­o­ra­tions look just as good.

Tiaras dif­fer not only in the mate­ri­als used in their man­u­fac­ture, but also in size, fas­ten­ing meth­ods, col­or and loca­tion of dec­o­ra­tive stones. The most spec­tac­u­lar is the dec­o­ra­tion, rem­i­nis­cent of the appear­ance of the roy­al crown. Typ­i­cal­ly, such a dia­dem is quite large and is dec­o­rat­ed with sym­met­ri­cal­ly arranged large stones. These vari­eties are also called tiaras.

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Pearl jewelry for wedding

It is worth not­ing that a prod­uct in the form of a crown can be small in size, and small crys­tals are used as dec­o­ra­tion in such cas­es.

Long tiaras look very unusu­al and incred­i­bly fem­i­nine. Usu­al­ly such acces­so­ry options are suit­able for girls with long hair. The prod­uct is attached on top of the head and smooth­ly descends along the entire length of the hair, grace­ful­ly weav­ing into the hair­style.

For oth­er hair­styles, there are diadems attached at the back, and mod­els of jew­el­ry low­ered onto the fore­head.

What settings are suitable?

One or anoth­er type of dia­dem is suit­able for almost any styling, the main thing is to choose the right size and secure­ly fas­ten it.

An acces­so­ry in the form of a head­band, attached to the top of the head, is suit­able both for loose hair and for hair­styles with a part­ing or bangs and a pile on the back of the head. Thus, the dec­o­ra­tion focus­es on a smooth tran­si­tion to the main vol­ume of the hair­style and favor­ably empha­sizes the pro­por­tions of the face. And the right choice of the col­or of the stones will even help shade the eyes and make­up.

Care­less­ly col­lect­ed curls and high buns do not always har­mo­nious­ly com­bine with large acces­sories, there­fore, thin ele­gant tiaras, which, when attached, slight­ly descend onto the fore­head, will be an ide­al option for such hair­styles. This acces­so­ry looks very gen­tle and is the eas­i­est to mount.

For low buns or volu­mi­nous hair­styles, col­lect­ed from large curls, jew­el­ry with a fas­ten­ing at the back is per­fect. Usu­al­ly they are a rather dense chain with stones and dec­o­ra­tive met­al ele­ments in the form of leaves and flow­ers. The prod­uct is fas­tened with invis­i­ble hair­pins and hair­pins and per­fect­ly empha­sizes the ten­der­ness and ele­gance of a volu­mi­nous hair­style.

We select according to the length of the hair

When choos­ing a hair­style and acces­so­ry, it is impor­tant to con­sid­er the length of the bride’s hair. For exam­ple, a long tiara, which is dis­trib­uted along the entire length of the hair, will not suit girls with short hair and medi­um-length curls, and a small jew­el­ry can be lost in a thick mop of long hair. A few step-by-step mas­ter class­es on cre­at­ing hair­styles with tiaras for hair of dif­fer­ent lengths are pre­sent­ed below.

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Belt for a wedding dress

Short hair

The choice of hair­styles for short hair is small, since it is hard­ly pos­si­ble to build a volu­mi­nous pony­tail with curls or an air bun from short hair (unless you resort to the use of arti­fi­cial strands).

Most often, as a wed­ding hair­style for short hair, girls opt for neat airy curls of medi­um size. It is impor­tant that the hair is not just curled, because this way the hair­style will lose vol­ume — you need to gen­tly comb and stretch the curl, mak­ing it more airy.

For such hair­styles, tiaras-tiaras with a fas­ten­ing, like a head­band, are suit­able.

Average length

Girls with medi­um length hair are much eas­i­er to decide on a hair­style than own­ers of short hair­cuts.

The most pop­u­lar wed­ding hair­style this sea­son is the air bun, which can be either low, medi­um or high, depend­ing on the wish­es of the bride. Cre­at­ing this hair­style is not as dif­fi­cult as it might seem at first glance — you only need a few addi­tion­al ele­ments:

  • hair­pins;
  • invis­i­ble;
  • volu­mi­nous hair roller.

And the most suit­able acces­so­ry for such a hair­style would be a tiara with a back mount.

First you need to deter­mine the height of the beam and, hav­ing sep­a­rat­ed part of the hair, tie a tight tail, then put a roller on it and secure it with invis­i­bil­i­ty. The rest of the hair needs to be combed, cre­at­ing a basal vol­ume, and fixed next to the top of the roller.

Then you need to curl loose hair on a thin or thick curl­ing iron, stretch the curls, giv­ing them airi­ness and fix them with pins into the mesh sur­face of the roller. It is very impor­tant to use hair­pins so that they are not vis­i­ble in the hair, then it will look not only neat and tidy, but also light and airy.

Grad­u­al­ly, you need to fix the loose hair curl by curl, form­ing them into a volu­mi­nous bun, after which you need to fix the hair­style with hair­spray and com­ple­ment it with a dia­dem.

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Wedding dress as a summer guest

It is best to place it at the upper base of the beam, fix­ing it with strong invis­i­ble hair­pins.

Long hair

In most cas­es, own­ers of long lux­u­ri­ous hair pre­fer not to hide the length of their hair, but to empha­size it with volu­mi­nous curls.

This is the rea­son for the pop­u­lar­i­ty of wed­ding hair­styles with flow­ing curly tails and long tiaras.

To cre­ate this type of hair­style, you will need all the same mate­ri­als as for the buns, but with one con­di­tion: the mesh roller must be dis­solved so that it is a long mesh in the form of a soft tube, then rolled up and lat­er fixed at the base of the tail.

Sep­a­rate part of the hair and fix the tail at the desired lev­el. Then you need to fix the roller and the remain­ing hair, after giv­ing them vol­ume. Next, you need to curl the curls, give them airi­ness and fix them with hair­pins, giv­ing the tail the desired shape.

The advan­tage of a long dia­dem is that when cre­at­ing this hair­style, you can fix a part at the begin­ning of the head, and weave the rest into the tail. So the wed­ding hair­style will turn out more spec­tac­u­lar and ten­der.

beautiful images

There are sev­er­al lux­u­ri­ous exam­ples of wed­ding hair­styles with tiaras:

  • the option with an open­work tail made of volu­mi­nous curls with a long dia­dem will allow any girl to feel like a real princess on her wed­ding day;
  • a pearl dia­dem, locat­ed in the fore­head area, will add more charm and mys­tery to the image, and volu­mi­nous curls, neat­ly laid back, will look very har­mo­nious and neat;
  • loose hair with volu­mi­nous curls or a Hol­ly­wood wave can also be a great option for a wed­ding hair­style, and a rather large tiara with decor in the form of small gems will per­fect­ly com­ple­ment the look;
  • a small tiara jew­el­ry will per­fect­ly fit into a hair­style with a low bun, small vol­ume and loose curls in the front.

How to make a wed­ding hair­style with a dia­dem, see the fol­low­ing video.