Wedding hairstyles

Wedding hairstyles with bangs

Before the wed­ding, any girl thinks about the per­fect dress­es and hair­style. Brides with bangs are no excep­tion. Hav­ing such a dif­fi­cult hair­cut, it is dou­bly dif­fi­cult for them to cre­ate their wed­ding look. These beau­ties need to first con­tact the styl­ist in order to choose the most suc­cess­ful styling, and be sure to rehearse the fes­tive look.


It is impor­tant to start with the fact that a hair­style with bangs should be organ­i­cal­ly com­bined with the shape of the face, and with the image of the bride, and with the avail­able acces­sories, and with the gen­er­al theme of the wed­ding. You should not cut your bangs just before the wed­ding. There is a high prob­a­bil­i­ty of exces­sive short­en­ing of hair, which sim­ply does not have time to grow back to nor­mal. If you make a cor­rec­tion two or three weeks before the event, there is just enough time to bring every­thing back to nor­mal. In addi­tion, prepara­to­ry pro­ce­dures are also nec­es­sary for those brides who always wore straight bangs, but want­ed oblique for the wed­ding. A cou­ple of days before the event, they will have to comb their hair in the right direc­tion.

Often, brides choos­ing hair­styles for a wed­ding wor­ry that this hair­cut ele­ment will not fit into the theme of the cel­e­bra­tion. How­ev­er, the sit­u­a­tion is quite dif­fer­ent. For exam­ple, a retro wed­ding lit­er­al­ly requires bangs. Alter­na­tive­ly, it can be twist­ed at the fore­head, cre­at­ing large curls from the rest of the hair. In anoth­er case, all the hair is styled in a high babette, tied with a suit­able rib­bon, and the neat bangs remain unchanged. In addi­tion, you can make a high pony­tail. Wed­ding hair­styles boho cel­e­bra­tions are also not com­plete with­out bangs. As a rule, the hair in front is neat­ly styled on both sides and secured with invis­i­bil­i­ty so as not to inter­fere. The rest of the mass forms nat­ur­al curls.

Clas­sic wed­dings, of course, do not pass with­out brides with bangs — it is most appro­pri­ate for them to choose ele­gant bunch­es that empha­size the beau­ti­ful shape of the face and slight­ly open the back, neck and shoul­ders. In the case when a girl has a straight bangs, it is bet­ter for her to give pref­er­ence to a neat knot of hair and a dress with an open back, or a volu­mi­nous smooth bun and a satin out­fit. Oblique or long bangs per­fect­ly com­ple­ment the nat­ur­al knot and del­i­cate chif­fon out­fit, while the lush dec­o­rat­ed bun and neat bangs require a sim­ple style dress. At glam­orous wed­dings, of course, we are talk­ing about Hol­ly­wood curls, care­ful­ly fixed with spe­cial styling prod­ucts.

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Options overview

The wed­ding hair­style is deter­mined depend­ing on the shape of the bangs. This is the only way to achieve a tru­ly har­mo­nious image.


Styling with a straight, even bang is the eas­i­est to do, besides, it looks styl­ish and fash­ion­able. It is per­fect­ly com­ple­ment­ed by loose curls, and the col­lect­ed mass of healthy and well-groomed hair. In addi­tion, straight bangs are more con­ducive to the imple­men­ta­tion of orig­i­nal ideas, but not too over­loaded. For exam­ple, if a braid is cho­sen, then it should be as sim­ple and nat­ur­al as pos­si­ble, and if a bun­dle, then a clas­sic smooth shell. Com­plex weav­ing in this case will make the image heav­ier. In the case when the hair is fixed at the top, it would be good to curl curls, large or small. In gen­er­al, it is believed that smooth bangs and curls make up a very attrac­tive com­bi­na­tion.

The out­fit on this day should be sim­ple and unpre­ten­tious. It is rec­om­mend­ed to choose dress­es of clas­sic mod­els, not bur­dened with bows, lace and ruf­fles. The bangs them­selves will have to be ide­al­ly smoothed with the help of spe­cial tools, as well as cut so that they do not seem too thick and weigh down the face. Per­fect straight bangs cov­er the fore­head, but not too much.

Lay­ing straight bangs is as fol­lows: First, the head is washed, and the balm is applied only to the ends of the hair. Next, a few drops of liq­uid crys­tals are eas­i­ly rubbed in the palms, and they are applied to the head so that the roots are not affect­ed. The remains are dis­trib­uted through­out the bangs, again with the excep­tion of the root zone. A spe­cial spray is applied to the root zone to give vol­ume, after which all strands are combed. Thanks to the hair dry­er and comb, the select­ed styling of the total mass of hair occurs. Then a round comb is tak­en and with its help the bangs are laid so that the ends are slight­ly round­ed.

With a scythe

Oblique bangs always suc­cess­ful­ly com­ple­ment high hair­styles with fleece. The strands are gath­ered at the top in a knot, bun­dle or oth­er styling and dec­o­rat­ed with fresh flow­ers, a rib­bon or a rim. It is also appro­pri­ate when all the hair is combed back and left loose to “drain” down the back, or they are laid on one side. It is worth men­tion­ing that oblique bangs, unlike straight ones, are ide­al­ly com­bined with a vari­ety of braids and weaves, even the most com­plex ones. For exam­ple, it would be a good idea to braid an open­work pig­tail to one side.

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Most often, long bangs are com­plete­ly retract­ed into the hair­style for max­i­mum con­ve­nience, but they can also be styled sep­a­rate­ly and made a key com­po­nent of the image. Many girls comb this part of their hair to the side and fix it with a head­band, rib­bon, or a beau­ti­ful hair­pin. Oth­ers pre­fer to divide the bangs into two equal parts and leave them hang­ing down nat­u­ral­ly on both sides, show­ing off a beau­ti­ful oval face. By the way, this is suit­able only for brides with oval faces. And, of course, high hair­styles, as a rule, require the use of bangs in the total mass of hair, that is, joint styling.

To style long bangs, you will need a comb to cre­ate vol­ume at the roots, a stan­dard round brush and a hair dry­er. First, with the help of tools, the strands are lift­ed and stacked in the right direc­tion. Since the hair dry­er is involved, you can under­stand that this hap­pens at the stage of wet hair. Fol­low­ing the comb, the strands of the face turn out a lit­tle, then twist and dry.


If the bride’s hair­cut, like the bangs, is short, then the lat­ter will either need to be made straight or combed to one side. If the wed­ding should be themed, then the hair can be combed up and made a kind of tuft. In any case, short hair is giv­en suf­fi­cient vol­ume, if desired, they are dec­o­rat­ed with acces­sories. In the case when short bangs are accom­pa­nied by shoul­der-length hair, then a lot of hair can be curled into curls, put in a pig­tail rim or twist­ed into a bun. Head­bands, tiaras, veils or dec­o­rat­ed head­bands are suit­able for such hair­styles.

Choice by type of appearance

Wed­ding styling with bangs is also deter­mined by the shape of the face. For exam­ple, oval allows you to choose any type of bangs: both straight and side­ways, and even of dif­fer­ent lengths. For a wed­ding, a slant­i­ng bang or one that is laid on its side is best suit­ed. For a round face, you should not use bangs at all, oth­er­wise it will not play in favor of the girl. How­ev­er, if there is still a desire to empha­size and nar­row the face, then it is rec­om­mend­ed to leave a few strands near the face or cut the long bangs to the side. There is also an option to grow a long bang and comb it up, and then stab it with invis­i­ble or dec­o­ra­tive acces­sories.

Final­ly, tri­an­gu­lar and rec­tan­gu­lar faces do not go well with straight bangs, but they look good with oblique and rather long ones. By the way, there are no spe­cial require­ments for a hair­style depend­ing on the hair col­or — what is suit­able for a brunette is quite suit­able for a blonde. Much more impor­tant in this case is the type of face and over­all image.

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Suitable accessories

Styl­ists rec­om­mend com­bin­ing a bang with a dia­dem or a veil. If the bride wants to appear in front of the guests with a crown, then she should place it in the place where the bangs begin. Dec­o­ra­tion can be com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent. Ele­gant acces­sories resem­bling a sil­ver or gold head­band are suit­able for frag­ile and roman­tic girls, while bright tall ladies should look at lux­u­ri­ous almost real crowns, dec­o­rat­ed with a scat­ter­ing of stones or rhine­stones. In addi­tion, there is no need to lim­it your­self to loose hair only — the dia­dem is suit­able for braids, and for high styling, and elas­tic curls — you should not just for­get about the bouf­fant. Final­ly, it should be men­tioned that the crown will fit any type of bangs: straight, oblique, short and long.

Although mod­ern brides increas­ing­ly decide to appear with­out a veil, this acces­so­ry is still con­sid­ered extreme­ly pop­u­lar, includ­ing among girls with bangs. If the image com­bines a com­plex hair­style and straight bangs, then the veil should be sim­ple and, best of all, from one lay­er. In the case when the styling is cho­sen as sim­ple as pos­si­ble and does not show loose hair, the veil can be cho­sen quite lush and con­sist­ing of sev­er­al lay­ers. Final­ly, oblique bangs look organ­ic with acces­sories of any kind. The use of a veil is accom­pa­nied by a selec­tion of var­i­ous dec­o­ra­tions, includ­ing those for hair.

Beautiful images of brides

Retro cer­e­monies allow brides to cre­ate very styl­ish and mem­o­rable hair­styles with bangs. For exam­ple, medi­um-length hair can be tied back into a loose bun and combed at the crown. At the same time, part of the bangs can be fixed in the total mass, and part can be left freely to frame the face. If desired, the ends of the hair are a lit­tle poured. The hair­style is dec­o­rat­ed with a styl­ish rib­bon or a head­band with feath­ers, beads and oth­er dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments.

In addi­tion, for the same themed wed­ding, you can make styling in the style of Gats­by. Light waves are formed on the hair, then they are all combed back and fixed in a bun, and the bangs are neat­ly laid on the side. The fin­ished hair­style is abun­dant­ly fixed with var­nish and dec­o­rat­ed with sin­gle pearls.

How to make a wed­ding hair­style with bangs with your own hands, see the next video.