While ladies fall all head over heels in love with the red-carpet queens for their hairstyles, the real hairdo inspiration comes from red mandaps, i.e., their marriages. Marriage is a grand event, and your hair length should not be a barrier to your dreamy wedding hairstyle.
Considering Indian women, brides usually have fairly long hair, which gives them the path to multiple hairstyles. And if you are confused about what to choose, we’re here to set the mood.
Zoylee, from its beauty manual, brings the most trending bridal hairstyles for wedding. Let’s dig in, divas!
Traditional bridal hairstyles speak of elegance and one’s culture. With time, multiple hairdos came into being, but none could beat the beautifying details of traditional hairstyles.
Below are the Zoylee handpicked four trending traditional bridal hairstyles-
Chignon had a gigantic liking back in the 90s. All brides preferred this formal yet classy hairstyle. Even to this day, chignon carries the same influence, and no wonder it is one of the trendiest bridal hairstyles.
It gives a modern finish with an appropriate aesthetic. The best part about chignon is that it is one of those hairstyles for Indian wedding receptions and cocktails.
When we say traditional bridal hairstyle, don’t you instantly think of lower buns decorated with real flowers, jewelry, or gajras? Traditional buns make the best fashion statement.
Bridal lehengas often call for traditional buns, but even modern-day brides realize the elegance of a bun and prefer to go with it gracefully.
If you have long hair and don’t want to go for buns, then an Indian bridal fish braid might be your answer. Not necessarily, brides with long hair can enjoy this hairstyle, but the ones with shorter hair can try this for a messy yet beautiful look.
Zoylee Tip- If you want to look like some fairy from the famous tales, don’t forget to decorate your braid with flowers, hair pins, or barrettes.
Are you ready to charm your feminity with this beautiful twisted ringlet bridal bun? We must say, great choice! The final look seems as pretty as the name, the ringlet. Decorating the bun is always the cherry on the cake.
If you couldn’t find anything particular because you have long hair, then ladies we present to you wedding hairstyles for long hair-
Loose waves look the best when you have long and thick hair. If you’re planning an outdoor wedding, this is what you need the most!
Oh, and don’t forget the middle partition with maangtika! We can’t help but imagine how beautiful you will look.
Twisted French Roll, a complete vintage bridal hairstyle, has a dominating influence that works even today. If you like elegantly set dulhan hairstyle, this is your shot.
Braids are extremely common among women, and as we grew, we managed to develop versions of braids. Some trending braids are; dutch, french, pull-through, fish, etc.
Just decorate yours with fresh flowers or gajras, and voila! You are ready for the evening.
The best hairstyle award for your wedding goes to the fuss-free braids pinned with multiple flowers, barrettes, or pearls. It has to be one’s favorite as fuss-free braids are a flexible hairstyle and go with bridal as well as reception look.
While we had options for long hair, we don’t fall short in short hair wedding styles–
A little difficult to achieve on soft Indian hair, but when done, the cornrow bridal hairstyle looks stunning and speaks of elegance. And if you have shorter hair, then it’s another reason why you should go for cornrow.
You got short hair and are worried you might not find an appropriate wedding hairstyle? Aw, our bride-to-be is not supposed to be sad. Try out this crowned hairstyle for your wedding day.
Ladies, don’t be shocked by the faux bun just because you have short hair. It is the best style to carry a bun in shorter hair with loads of fresh flowers. This year, you’re going to be the best bride.
Indian bridal hairstyles have a wide array of options and brides are free to choose according to the demand of their outfit. However, most brides go for buns with fresh flowers or gajra.
The answer depends on the type of wedding hairstyle you will choose. If you choose something that needs your hair to be open, make sure to give it a good oiling and wash it pre-wedding. If you choose buns or braids, the stylist will take of it.
If you have a round face or have no visible jawline, you should keep your side hair close to your cheeks/face, and curl the top of your hair to give it a good volume. This procedure will give your face a complementary shape.
The following bridal hairstyles are ruling the wedding season, and they even complement well with your lehengas-