Saturday, 2 May 2020

20 Chic Wedding Hairstyles for Long Hair - Long Hair Wedding Ideas



20 Chic Wedding Hairstyles for Long Hair

When it comes to your wedding hairstyle, don't think of your look for your wedding day any differently than you would an evening out—stick to effortlessness, ease, or edge. Regardless of your hair length, find inspiration on the red carpet and the runways for a look that's beyond your classic chignon or the all-too-common overdone bridal tresses. Part of the long-hair, don’t-care life? Go the distance for a classically long look, or opt for a chic updo.
From Emma Stone, Lupita Nyong'o, and the Hadids to Monique Lhuillier, Lela Rose, and Danielle Frankel's Fall 2020 bridal runway inspirations, here are 20 celebrity and fashion-approved hair stylings to give you some ideas for a wedding hairstyle that works with your long locks.
1 Long & Loose
Loose waves and curls are a go-to move for framing the face and adding volume to super-long locks. Case in point: Gigi Hadid's golden waves.
2 Haute Headband
When donning a statement hair accessory, balance the look with your fashion and glam. Opt for a sleek low ponytail with a center part when finishing your bridal look with a statement headband, like this Lela Rose x Mignonne Gavigan option.

3 Beaded Braids
Take notes from looks like Lupita Nyong'o's, who paired a bridal look by CFDA runner-up Danielle Frankel with embellished braids for the red carpet. Long braids get a glamorous (and bridal) touch from crystal or pearl adornments—and we love the look of braids with a veil.
4 Hang Loose
For a look that is polished, but still feels effortless, try a messy low bun, but chop front pieces to frame your face. When it comes to texture, keep the hair shaded it's naturally curly. Overdone curls will have this look going too glam and try-on, while the goal is a novel take on a more bohemian bun.
5 Pony, Please
With a more modern bridal look—or for the after party—add interest and texture to an extra-long ponytail by tying it off into a braid. This look works with bands, a la Taylor Swift, but it would also suit a fully slicked-back, or center-parted pony.
6 Gatsby Glam
Subtle, brushed-out curls give Chrissy Teigen's style a dreamy, wedding-worthy effect that has a hint of Old Hollywood, deco polish and glamour.
7 Side-Part Swoop
An exaggerated side part and soft flip at the bottom is retro chic for the bride-to-be looking to accent a mod, sleek, or architectural style gown—no matter the neckline.
8 Low Twist
A deep side part, slick texture, and a twist that starts at the part and works its way to the back is a sculptural yet sleek way to work with long locks.
9 Glam Girl
Opt for loose curls with a slicked back center part, pinned back into a romantic half-up look that's perfect for showing off a pair of statement earrings, and a show-stopping neckline.
10 Elegant Edge
Subtle accessories, like Emma Watson's metallic headband or a small selection of hair brooches will add to a loose updo without feeling overwrought. Accent the look with an ear cuff or touches of shaded for some aisle edge.
11 Tied with a Bow
Tie off a low pony with a velvet ribbon and let some front pieces fly free for a carefree yet elegant look that exudes modern-day Brigitte Bardot. Not sure this would work with anything from a sheath to a frothy ballgown? Think again. Case in point: Monique Lhuillier Bridal Fall 2020.
12 Red Carpet Waves
Opt for soft and voluminous waves styled away from the face, and delicately pin pieces back to open up your neckline. This look gives the illusion of pieces being tucked back late your ears, without going for a more drastic (and expected) half-up, half-down hairstyle.
13 Au Naturale
Think totally natural, borderline bohemian, and windswept—like Zendaya's curls pictured here. This look is at its best when paired with sleek suits for contrast, or when paired with a sexy slip or sheath dress, to lean into a more boho vibe for a beach wedding.
14 Twisted Top Knot
This style requires long hair—and lots of it. Artfully wrap your locks into twists and arrange them into a bold updo for a wedding hairstyle that feels genuine modern and extra glamorous. When it comes to the texture, keep it shiny and lustrous—you'll want this look to stay slick and frizz-free all night long.
15 Daring Details
Experiment with edges, parts, and braids when coming up with something as simple as a low ponytail. When in doubt, channel your inner Beyonce.
16 Femme Fishtail
For a pulled-back hairstyle that still shows off your length and still feel bridal, try a tousled French braid or fishtail à la Nicole Kidman's red carpet style.
17 Chic Chignon
Make like Kim Kardashian and upgrade a venerable updo with a center part, sculptural details, and a sleek finish. Chignons don't always have to fall at the nape of the neck or feel romantic and wispy. This top knot is architectural, and accents an equally modern gown.
18 Low Pony
A low, textured ponytail with soft tendrils and a center part, like Lily Collins' look for BAZAAR's ICONS party, feels effortless, fairytale in feel, and undoubtedly romantic.
19 Half Twist
Could this look feel anymore bridal? Rather than going for a bouffant half-up/half-down look with too much texture, opt for Sara Sampaio's long, glossy waves that look beautiful when twisted back into a romantic, effortless style.
20 Braided Beauty
Trust us: The all-too-predictable half-up style for the aisle looks best with a twist, like Rihanna's all-braided version.
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