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Versatile Wedding Hairstyles That Work for Any Bride

By Weddingblog2011

Want a classic, stylish hairstyle for your big day? Consider any of these versatile wedding hairstyle ideas.

There are plenty of versatile wedding hairstyles to choose from that are ideal for any bride, regardless of how formal or informal your wedding will be. If you’re tired of flipping through countless bridal magazines only to find fancy hairstyle after fancy hairstyle, it may be time to consider versatile wedding hairstyles that are fashionable but simple enough to wear with any style of gown, and at any style of wedding. If you want to keep things chic and versatile, less is always more!

Talk to your stylist about any of these versatile wedding hairstyles to see if they will work for you:

Sleek and Chic Locks—You can’t go wrong with straight, sleek, chic locks. Wear your hair completely down, and style with an iron for a poker-straight look. This look might not work for everyone, so be sure to talk to your stylist about whether or not it flatters yours face. The thickness of your hair will also make a difference. This look isn’t ideal for a beach wedding or one that will be affected by outdoor elements, since it’s supposed to appear smooth and orderly.

Beach Waves—This is another great way to wear your hair down, and it’s also one of the most romantic styles you can choose. If you’re having an outdoor or a vintage-style wedding, consider wearing loose, sexy beach waves. Match it with simple diamond-studded pins or a chic brooch.

In Vogue Chignon—A chignon style is always in vogue and it always works for a modern, sophisticated look. It’s also styled loose enough that it looks soft, elegant, and natural. Chignons are tied low behind the head or on the side of the head, and some styles allow your bangs or some loose layers to fall to the front of your face. Others hold all of your hair back and out of your eyes.

Keep any of these versatile wedding hairstyles in mind for your special day!

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