Wedding hairstyles

Wedding bun: classic, Italian or casual?

Every girl dreams of becom­ing a bride when she grows up. The baby imag­ines what kind of dress, shoes and hair­style she will have. And it seems that there is already a spe­cif­ic image in my head. But when a girl is about to go down the aisle, there is a pan­ic. Indeed, in fact, she still does not know what she wants to appear before the groom, what hair­style to do on this solemn day. If the bride has cho­sen a dress, then we can assume that she has already done half the bat­tle, because the shape and type of hair­style main­ly depend on the dress.

There is a rule that the hair­style and dress should com­ple­ment each oth­er, and in no case over­lap. You can’t buy a puffy dress and make a puffy hair­do, it’s ugly, inap­pro­pri­ate and too pre­ten­tious. The image of the bride should be con­cise, sen­su­al and in no way defi­ant.

The bride’s hair­style is a very impor­tant ele­ment of the image. If the dress is very volu­mi­nous, the mod­esty of the hair­style can smooth out the image, but if the dress is calm, restrained, then the vol­ume of the hair­style will add solem­ni­ty to the image.

Classic variant

Hair in the form of a beam has long been a clas­sic. A strict bun can calm an exu­ber­ant look, a lush one will give a mod­est out­fit a fes­tive look. This hair­style is very ver­sa­tile. It suits any face shape and can be done even on short hair. A bunch is an incred­i­bly con­ve­nient option for a spe­cial occa­sion. Hair in this form does not inter­fere, and through­out the evening they will look neat.

There are a lot of beam options. He can be very strict and tight. There are options for care­less beams with curls fram­ing the face. It can be placed high on the back of the head, and it can also be fas­tened below the neck in a com­po­si­tion with a veil. It is fash­ion­able now to per­form not smooth hair­styles with a bun, but slight­ly care­less, as if made in haste. In com­bi­na­tion with flow­ers, such options look very roman­tic and girl­ish.

If the hair­style involves bangs, then the bun also goes well with it. Bangs always reju­ve­nate the face, and the bun can give a bride with bangs sever­i­ty.

There are a num­ber of rec­om­men­da­tions and tips for those who decide to per­form such a hair­style on their hair.

  • The beau­ty of the exe­cu­tion of such a hair­style depends on the suc­cess­ful loca­tion of the beam. If the neck is long, then it can be placed high. If the neck is short, then the beam is placed clos­er to the neck.
  • The height of the bride plays an impor­tant role. A tall girl should not make a high and volu­mi­nous beam. He will make it even high­er.
  • Volu­mi­nous hair­styles should not be done by petite brides. This over­loads not only the upper part, but the whole image of a bride of short stature.
  • Large facial fea­tures should also stop the bride from doing a high bun of her hair.

The height of the beam and its vol­ume are com­plete­ly depen­dent on the length of the hair. Short and medi­um length hair will not allow you to make a high, volu­mi­nous bun, and long strands in a bun are quite dif­fi­cult to secure. But noth­ing is impos­si­ble, since hair can always be extend­ed, and there are a huge num­ber of options for styling prod­ucts that will fix the bride’s hair, like cement.

For long hair

It would seem that the bun is the eas­i­est to make on long hair. It real­ly is. From a large vol­ume of hair, you can make a bun­dle that will not require addi­tion­al acces­sories to increase its vol­ume. But the prob­lem may arise when fix­ing the struc­ture.

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A bunch of long hair can be fixed high at the back of the head by gath­er­ing straight hair, twist­ing it in a cir­cle, secur­ing it with the max­i­mum num­ber of invis­i­ble hair and strong hold hair­spray. This styling option will be the least deformed, since it will rest direct­ly on the head.

A sim­i­lar hair­style, if done cor­rect­ly, will last until the end of the evening.

For wed­ding buns, bagels are often used for thin hair, so that the bun itself seems more volu­mi­nous and the hair thick­er. To do this, the strands are col­lect­ed in a high pony­tail, put on a bagel and even­ly dis­trib­ute the hair, fix­ing them under it. It turns out an incred­i­bly beau­ti­ful clas­sic bun that will fit a clas­sic straight wed­ding dress.

If the image of the bride is sup­posed to be roman­tic, then a cou­ple of loose strands and flow­ers pinned at the base of the bun will sup­port such a wed­ding theme. The strands can be left straight or curled. Flow­ers can be replaced with pearl jew­el­ry, which very suc­cinct­ly fit into the cute, roman­tic image of the bride.

In addi­tion, for the exclu­siv­i­ty of the image, you can ini­tial­ly braid the hair on both sides into bun­dles, and then fix all the hair in a low bun. You can add even more orig­i­nal­i­ty, and after the hair is tak­en into the tail, make a few more bun­dles out of it, and then fix them in a bun in a chaot­ic man­ner. Such an extrav­a­gant ver­sion of the bun is sure to attract many looks, and at the wed­ding, the bride will be under the spell of enchant­ed looks through­out the evening.

For short haircuts

A short hair­cut is not a rea­son to deny your­self the cre­ation of a beau­ti­ful bun for a wed­ding. For­tu­nate­ly, now there are a lot of acces­sories for styling such a hair­style, so you can eas­i­ly build a beau­ti­ful hair­style — an imi­ta­tion of a bun, of course, if we are not talk­ing about a boy­ish short hair­cut.

On shoul­der-length short hair, it is quite pos­si­ble to make a smooth, strict bun, and curls can also be styled more freely. The last option involves the pres­ence of wavy hair, which will cre­ate vol­ume in the hair­style.

A high bun, of course, will not work on short hair, so you need to cor­rect­ly deter­mine its loca­tion, name­ly: in the mid­dle of the back of the head, so that the hair from below does not stand out from the total mass.

Before cre­at­ing a hair­style, you need to decide what the image will be — strict or roman­tic. Strict involves smooth­ly tied straight hair with­out extra strands at the tem­ples, and this is the most clas­sic option. Any dress will fit under such a bun. Lush will add a lit­tle infan­til­ism to a strict hair­style. A straight clas­sic dress will com­ple­ment the strict image of a bride who has far-reach­ing seri­ous plans for fam­i­ly life.

The bun option for short wavy hair will also be very suc­cess­ful if they are not fas­tened too tight. It will be enough 3–4 invis­i­ble and a small amount of var­nish. On the one hand, you can form a loose braid and fix it at the end, in a bun­dle of col­lect­ed hair.

Italian styling

The Ital­ian bride is a mod­el of fem­i­nin­i­ty and sever­i­ty at the same time. She is ele­gant and roman­tic at the same time. Not only the image, but also her hair­style is quite mod­est, so Ital­ian styling for a wed­ding is always very restrained.

The bun is a very pop­u­lar option in Ital­ian hair­styles, espe­cial­ly those fair­ly mod­est options that do not have any­thing extra. Per­fect­ly col­lect­ed strands, hair to hair — the stan­dard of the Ital­ian hair­style.

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For its exe­cu­tion, you will cer­tain­ly need styling tools for fix­ing, and an iron to cre­ate per­fect­ly straight hair. Hav­ing straight­ened the hair with a spe­cial device at the roots and half the length of the hair, it is nec­es­sary to col­lect them in a tight tail. Then the hair should be col­lect­ed with a snail in a bun and secured with invis­i­bil­i­ty so that it is com­plete­ly invis­i­ble. They dec­o­rate such a hair­style to a min­i­mum: a lacon­ic comb with stones or small flow­ers is enough.

Casual style

The casu­al bun style is still in fash­ion. Of course, in this style you need to know the mea­sure. If you cre­ate some­thing too care­less, then such a hair­style will look slop­py on the bride. Light neg­li­gence in cre­at­ing a beam is quite per­mis­si­ble.

To achieve this effect, it is rec­om­mend­ed to braid a cou­ple of care­less braids in the evening. Hair in the morn­ing will be slight­ly wavy, and such mate­r­i­al will be a good basis for an airy bun hair­style.

This styling looks quite volu­mi­nous from the side, so fluffy skirts and an abun­dance of sparkling jew­el­ry and acces­sories will not work for it. The height of such a beam can be dif­fer­ent. It looks equal­ly beau­ti­ful both on the crown and at the neck.

A care­less bun is not suit­able for an over­ly strict dress. It is also not suit­able for a fluffy dress. The image will be too volu­mi­nous, and the bride will look like a birth­day cake. For a care­less hair­style, you should choose an airy dress with­out rings; you can also afford a small train.

A care­less bunch should not be cov­ered with a veil from above. The best option would be to secure it under the beam.

You will learn how to make a care­less bunch with your own hands from the fol­low­ing video.

Addition of decorations

There are brides who pre­fer tiaras or tiaras instead of flow­ers and hair­pins. In ancient times, such an item meant a sym­bol of pow­er, and now not every girl will put a crown on her head, although in her heart almost every­one feels like a princess. Such an acces­so­ry sim­ply oblig­es the bride to look per­fect. There­fore, the imple­men­ta­tion of hair­styles in the form of a bun with a dia­dem or tiara should be great.

The tiara as an acces­so­ry can itself set the style of the bride’s appear­ance. The acces­so­ry is some­what rem­i­nis­cent of a roy­al crown. It is heav­ier than a tiara and is a point­ed design in the mid­dle. It is almost always dec­o­rat­ed with stones and pat­terns made of rhine­stones. The tiara, by its very appear­ance, cre­ates a regal image, and oblig­es the bride to behave like a roy­al per­son. Such an acces­so­ry is per­fect for styling in the form of a bun, since most tiaras have a closed design, which is per­fect­ly attached even around a volu­mi­nous bun.

Tiara is an acces­so­ry that is an ancient Per­sian head­dress. From Per­sia, she migrat­ed to the heads of the Greek queens, where she firm­ly set­tled and became an attribute of the nobil­i­ty. This mod­ern acces­so­ry is a dec­o­ra­tion that frames the head, the width of which is the same around the perime­ter. The tiara looks more mod­est, it is less volu­mi­nous. The tiara style is more fem­i­nine, even girl­ish. They were more often worn by girls of blue blood.

A tiara in com­bi­na­tion with a bun hair­style looks very har­mo­nious on a young bride, espe­cial­ly in com­bi­na­tion with a Greek-style dress. Such an object in the form of a branch with petals cre­ates a roman­tic image of a nymph.

It is worth recall­ing that when choos­ing a head acces­so­ry in the form of a tiara or dia­dem, you need to remem­ber that the jew­el­ry on the head, ears and neck should be com­bined with each oth­er, because gold does not com­bine with sil­ver in any way, and ruby ​​stones in a tiara will look com­plete­ly inhar­mo­nious with topaz ear­rings.

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Flow­ers will also become addi­tion­al dec­o­ra­tions for the hair­style. They can be both arti­fi­cial and live. They are often fixed on the side or under the beam. If the hair­style is volu­mi­nous, you do not need to over­load it with large flow­ers. A cou­ple of spray ros­es are enough.

If the bun­dle is small, and the hair is neat­ly col­lect­ed, then this is where fan­ta­sy can roam in the choice of col­ors. In this case, you can even choose peonies or ger­beras, but it is worth con­sid­er­ing the height of the bride her­self. On a minia­ture girl, a large peony on her head will look very com­i­cal, so every­thing must be in mod­er­a­tion.

For a rather mod­est hair­style, a bun suc­cess­ful­ly fits such an acces­so­ry as a small veil. It gives the image of mys­tery. This look looks great with a tight dress to the knee or mid-calf. A restrained hair­style and a clas­sic dress with a pen­cil skirt will sparkle with new col­ors with such an acces­so­ry that will not allow the groom to leave such a mys­te­ri­ous and intrigu­ing bride for even a minute.

Beautiful examples

There are a lot of ideas for mak­ing a bride’s hair­style in the form of a bun, and each bride will cer­tain­ly find her own unique ver­sion that is right for her. The most impor­tant thing is not to over­do it. Of course, every­one wants to look just per­fect on this solemn day. But behind a heap of even the most mag­nif­i­cent dress­es, there will sure­ly be that airy knee-length dress that the bride has dreamed of all her life, and look­ing through all the options for incred­i­ble hair­styles with an abun­dance of curls and braids, she will see that very com­fort­able, mod­est and, undoubt­ed­ly, ele­gant and fem­i­nine bun , dec­o­rat­ed with daisies, which cer­tain­ly will not dis­tract the guests of the hol­i­day from her won­der­ful, large, beau­ti­ful eyes.

The fol­low­ing styling exam­ples are suit­able for both long and medi­um length hair. They are not par­tic­u­lar­ly dif­fi­cult, and any­one can try to make them.

The main thing is to stock up on a cer­tain set, which includes invis­i­ble, beau­ti­ful combs, a veil, flow­ers, a tiara and, of course, a set of styling prod­ucts, a curl­ing iron and a hair straight­en­er.

For exam­ple, such a low bun of hair under a veil, which is framed by a wreath of flow­ers, is suit­able for a long flow­ing cut of a dress with a lace bodice and sleeves.

A bunch, dec­o­rat­ed with flow­ers on top, cre­ates an empha­sis on the hair­style itself. There­fore, the instal­la­tion must be done per­fect­ly. Oth­er­wise, the beam can be cov­ered with a veil, fix­ing it on top of it under the flow­ers.

A smooth bun with a veil to the mid­dle of the face does not need to be over­loaded with acces­sories. For such an image, a string of pearls around the neck and pearl ear­rings will suf­fice.

The dia­dem, which adorns the head with a bun, also requires a min­i­mum of addi­tion­al acces­sories and a rather restrained dress, since no princess or queen will allow her­self an open dress for a cel­e­bra­tion.

A deep neck­line for such an image is inap­pro­pri­ate and looks defi­ant.

The loca­tion of the beam in this image depends on the bride. If she wants to empha­size a thin and long neck, it can be lift­ed high­er. A more mod­est look involves a low bun with a few strands on the sides.

A bun made of ran­dom­ly fold­ed strands and min­i­mal­ly dec­o­rat­ed with acces­sories is per­fect for a fluffy dress.