wedding hairstyle bun

A bun is not a bor­ing hair­style of con­ser­v­a­tive strict ladies. This is a very beau­ti­ful, prac­ti­cal ver­sion of the col­lect­ed hair, which is cho­sen by many brides.

Wedding hairstyles with a bun

You can not wor­ry about the weath­er on a hol­i­day if you pre­fer a bun to all hair­styles. Your hair will be in order, even if a strong wind blows or it starts to rain. Also, if you decide to wear a tra­di­tion­al bridal acces­so­ry, then remem­ber that a bun with a veil is the per­fect wed­ding hair­style.

It har­mo­nizes well with a del­i­cate dress and such a wed­ding hair­style as a shell. It will look espe­cial­ly inter­est­ing if you dec­o­rate it with fresh flow­ers. But beau­ti­ful hair­pins or a comb are also quite suit­able. It is bet­ter not to cov­er the shell with a veil — let the guests admire the beau­ti­ful­ly styled hair.

Wed­ding hair­styles with a bun look roman­tic and ele­gant — it can be sup­ple­ment­ed, for exam­ple, with an Empire style dress.

Who is the bridal bun hairstyle suitable for?

A suit­able beam can pick up a girl with any face shape. You just have to remem­ber some rules:

  1. The fair sex with a long or square face, for exam­ple, should avoid its high options, as comb­ing will fur­ther empha­size the elon­ga­tion and angu­lar­i­ty.
  2. But a wed­ding hair­style with a high bun will well empha­size the beau­ti­ful neck and slen­der fig­ure of its own­er.
  3. This hair­style is con­traindi­cat­ed for very tall girls — the beam will resem­ble an anten­na.
  4. Released curls will give live­li­ness to the face and fem­i­nin­i­ty to the image.
  5. A bridal bun hair­style will make your face look more sophis­ti­cat­ed.
  6. Hats, tiaras, hair­pins go well with the beam.
See also
What to give guests at a wedding for participating in contests? List of original gifts from newlyweds

Wed­ding hair­styles, col­lect­ed in a bun, can be not only neat, but also orig­i­nal. You should not chase the most com­pli­cat­ed styling, you just need to think over the acces­sories and remem­ber — “every­thing inge­nious is sim­ple!”