Wedding hairstyles

Options for beautiful wedding hairstyles on a square

The bob hair­cut is loved by women all over the world. It looks very styl­ish, easy and quick to fit, appro­pri­ate in any envi­ron­ment. How­ev­er, when plan­ning a wed­ding, some brides are con­fused, not under­stand­ing how to cre­ate an image with such a hair­cut that match­es the theme of the cer­e­mo­ny and is both roman­tic and spec­tac­u­lar. For­tu­nate­ly, today pro­fes­sion­al hair­dressers are able to bring to life absolute­ly any ideas: from retro styling to the avant-garde.

Stylish ideas for haircuts of different lengths

The eas­i­est way, of course, is to choose a styling for a clas­sic medi­um bob. Most often, the bride has curls that become an excel­lent “base” for both a light fem­i­nine look and a bright and slight­ly provoca­tive one. Of course, pref­er­ence is giv­en to large waves — small ones them­selves look very cheap and unnat­ur­al, and in a short hair­cut they can also change the shape of the face not for the bet­ter.

Curls are rec­om­mend­ed to be left in a free state or laid in a volu­mi­nous beau­ti­ful bun­dle. Com­bined styling with suit­able wed­ding acces­sories always looks good. As a rule, to cre­ate it, ele­ments of the same style are com­bined with tra­di­tion­al curls.

Cre­at­ing a hair­style begins with a “frame” of the face — such that in a favor­able light it high­lights the advan­tages of its type and hides its short­com­ings. Be sure to take care of the clar­i­ty of the low­er cut. Next, a vol­ume is formed on the top or back of the head, to cre­ate which you will need a hairdry­er, a round comb or spe­cial devices. There is no need to strive to make a hair-to-hair hair­style — exces­sive sleek­ness adds age, while slight tou­sle sym­bol­izes light­ness and youth.

The next step is to sort out the curls a lit­tle, again to avoid pup­petry. The fin­ished hair­style is dec­o­rat­ed with flow­ers or a per­fumed veil.

If we talk about jew­el­ry, then fresh flow­ers look very impres­sive with a square. Either one large flower is select­ed, or sev­er­al minia­ture buds form­ing a wreath. By the way, if the bride is afraid that the plant will quick­ly lose its pre­sentable appear­ance, then it makes sense to change it for a prod­uct made of poly­mer clay. A pro­fes­sion­al will make the acces­so­ry no less beau­ti­ful, but much more reli­able.

In addi­tion, there are numer­ous vari­a­tions of spe­cial hair acces­sories: hair­pins, brooches, tiaras, embell­ished hair­pins, rib­bons, feath­ers and even the most uncon­ven­tion­al details. The only impor­tant con­di­tion is that these ele­ments must be com­bined with a thought­ful image of the bride.

Pos­si­ble head­gear includes a veil, hat and veil. The veil can be attached to a hoop or rib­bon, depend­ing on what is more appro­pri­ate for the cho­sen style. Anoth­er option is to fix the dec­o­ra­tive ele­ment from below, under the hair. A long veil must be made of fine qual­i­ty mate­r­i­al and com­bined with an open light dress.

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The shade of acces­sories is matched to the col­or of the hair — it should be con­trast­ing. That is, brunettes need pas­tel col­ors, and blondes need quite bright and notice­able ones. When cre­at­ing an image, it is impor­tant to avoid excess­es — lush, var­nished hair­styles with sparkles and over­head ele­ments are com­plete­ly option­al.

If you turn to a pro­fes­sion­al, then you don’t have to wor­ry that the length of the hair will be insuf­fi­cient for a beau­ti­ful hair­style. In addi­tion, there is a very real oppor­tu­ni­ty to use false curls to achieve the required para­me­ters. In the salon, you need to have sev­er­al fall­back options in case it is impos­si­ble to recre­ate the orig­i­nal idea and do not for­get about the “fit­ting”, which is nec­es­sary not only for the dress, but also for the hair­style. Final­ly, har­mo­ny should be main­tained between the dress, hair­style, acces­sories, the theme of the cel­e­bra­tion and even the per­son­al­i­ty of the bride. As a rule, roman­tic moods require nat­u­ral­ness and accu­ra­cy of styling, while orig­i­nal ideas require vol­ume and impres­sive acces­sories.

Long and with extension

Pop­u­lar wed­ding hair­styles of the bride can also be per­formed on an elon­gat­ed bob hair­cut — in this case, any such hair­style turns out to be very fem­i­nine and ele­gant. As a rule, it requires asym­me­try, but you can exper­i­ment with a straight part­ing. Usu­al­ly, all hair is combed to one side, vol­ume is formed on the back of the head, and those strands that have turned out to be elon­gat­ed curl in neat curls. As a dec­o­ra­tion for such a hair­style, a large hair­pin with shim­mer­ing peb­bles looks good.

A long square can be removed in a neat bun­dle. In front, the strands are combed or lift­ed in a dif­fer­ent way, then they are removed into a neat bun at the crown or back of the head. Sev­er­al strands are released and curled into slight­ly care­less curls. The hair­style itself is dec­o­rat­ed with fresh flow­ers or ele­gant acces­sories.

If the length allows, then a tal­ent­ed hair­dress­er can repeat many hair­styles that long-haired brides choose. For exam­ple, it will be pos­si­ble to make an aris­to­crat­ic “shell” with a pair of released strands, dec­o­rat­ed with pearls. Or dec­o­rate the wed­ding image with braids — wrap them around a bunch or form a head­band.

Lovers of the Greek style will appre­ci­ate the cre­ation of a hair­style with a wreath. In this case, light curls are formed from the main part of the hair, and sev­er­al long strands at the tem­ples are twist­ed into fla­gel­la.

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A short

A short bob allows you to cre­ate a very styl­ish hair­style with a veil, in the case when even side strands are removed from the face. They either curl and stab from below the back of the head, or curl and style in curls, or they rise above the fore­head and stab at the back of the head into a bun. This hair­style is per­fect­ly com­ple­ment­ed by a dress with an open back or a deep neck­line. It is impor­tant to men­tion that the veil should not be clas­sic — it is bet­ter to give pref­er­ence to a retro style acces­so­ry.

Styling with an addi­tion­al part­ing also looks spec­tac­u­lar on short hair. In addi­tion to the usu­al (straight or side part­ing, which should not be long), a neat trans­verse sec­tion is formed on the top of the head. In the same area, it is impor­tant to increase the vol­ume with the help of brush­ing or reg­u­lar bouf­fant. Such styling does not require addi­tion­al fix­a­tion — the hair should lie nat­u­ral­ly. The sim­plest hair­style on a short bob requires whip­ping the hair at the crown and adding an unusu­al head­band, flower wreath or even a tiara.


Bob-caret is a very fash­ion­able hair­cut, which is obtained thanks to sev­er­al lay­ers and a grad­u­at­ed bot­tom cut. It is most con­ve­nient to trans­form it into a roman­tic styling by com­bin­ing ver­ti­cal­ly twist­ed curls and the remain­ing soft waves or straight­ened strands. Vol­ume must be added only at the crown. It should be added that the part­ing in this case can be both zigzag and sim­ply asym­met­ric.

If you don’t want to be so puz­zled, then you can treat your hair with mousse and twist the ends of the hair out­ward. In anoth­er case, the strands are lift­ed and secured with pins.


The asym­me­try of the hair­cut always allows you to cre­ate a mem­o­rable hair­style. For exam­ple, on the one hand, you can cre­ate var­i­ous neat weaves, and on the oth­er, leave it free and volu­mi­nous. Eccen­tric brides are advised to do some­thing rad­i­cal and sim­ple: shave their key­chain. Sur­pris­ing­ly, this hair­style har­mo­nious­ly fits into many images. Final­ly, the clas­sic solu­tion is to make bangs on one side.

Laying caret with bangs

Quite often, girls with squares style their hair in the style of the fifties: bangs and a small pile in the root zone are per­formed. The inspi­ra­tion usu­al­ly comes from The Great Gats­by char­ac­ters and pho­tographs of stars from the 1920s-1960s.

To cre­ate such a hair­style, you need to make one stan­dard side part­ing and anoth­er one in the crown area. Next to the sec­ond part­ing, a cou­ple of strands are sep­a­rat­ed, which are giv­en some vol­ume. Of course, the eas­i­est way is to sim­ply comb them, but you can also use large curlers or a hair dry­er. The rest of the hair is styled in smooth waves using a pro­fes­sion­al mousse.

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If the bride wants a veil, then the size of this acces­so­ry must be adjust­ed depend­ing on the size of the bangs: the longer the bangs, the short­er the veil should be. Alter­na­tive­ly, you can replace it with an ele­gant veil. In addi­tion, if the bangs do not fit in the right way, then you can sim­ply leave it in its usu­al form.

The sim­plest styling option does not even require hid­ing the bangs: you can sim­ply remove the hair from behind in a nat­ur­al bun and add, if desired, a cou­ple of acces­sories. In the event that there are fears that the bangs will inter­fere dur­ing the cel­e­bra­tion, it must be curled along with the rest of the curls and fixed in the total mass of hair.

It should be clar­i­fied that the main require­ment for cre­at­ing such a styling with bangs is uni­for­mi­ty. This sug­gests that it is cat­e­gor­i­cal­ly not rec­om­mend­ed to com­bine straight bangs with curls — this can only be done if the wave starts from the mid­dle of the hair. It is bet­ter to com­ple­ment such a detail with a shell, a bunch or a Greek vari­a­tion.

It is more con­ve­nient to curl an elon­gat­ed bang with the total mass of hair and put it aside or use it to form a pig­tail or rim. In the event that this detail is unde­sir­able, it will have to be stabbed at the top or to the side. It is impor­tant to care­ful­ly record all the trans­for­ma­tions, espe­cial­ly for own­ers of thick hair.

Interesting examples

For a wed­ding event, many brides pre­fer gen­tle and roman­tic looks, for exam­ple, in the Greek style. Hair must be dec­o­rat­ed with a gold­en rim, left loose or put in a neat low bun. A light dress with an open back, pumps and a few suit­able jew­el­ry will help to com­plete the look. In the case when a veil is present in the image, styling can be min­i­mal. It is enough to cre­ate curls and remove them from the face, and a del­i­cate acces­so­ry that com­bines both fab­ric and ele­gant jew­el­ry will com­plete the job.

Some styles of the thinnest veil require a smooth “base”, so to cre­ate an image, the hair must be straight­ened and secured in a low bun. A met­al rim with flo­ral motifs and sparkling peb­bles is worn over the fab­ric.

For infor­ma­tion on how to make a wed­ding hair­style for short hair, see the video below.