Although there are weddings throughout the year, the coming months are preferred to celebrate the great day. And although we usually talk more about the dress, The hairstyle is a key factor for a bride to be truly dazzling.
The question is not as simple as it may seem a priori. On the one hand, we ask for something original, elegant and trendy; on the other, we need to see ourselves natural and faithful to our own style. To help you make this important decision – or so you can advise future girlfriends you know – we bring you a selection of the best wedding hairstyles proposed by hairdressing firms for this year.
Kevin Murphy: pure romanticism
In his bridal collection I DOO, the Australian firm Kevin Murphy proposes wearable, fresh and, above all, very natural styles. Its objective is to achieve the individuality of each woman, something increasingly present on the catwalks and in real life. One way to personalize the hair is through the use of accessories and fresh flowers. As it explains Ilona de Leeuw, creative director of the collection, “When it comes to hair, I think we try to recharge everything too much. It is better to make it easier. ” The hairstyles that we have selected are a braided headband as a crown and a semi-collected one that enhances the beauty of the hair. The two hairstyles are decorated with flowers. The result is beautiful!
Raquel Saiz: renovated classics
In Active Beauty We are great followers of the work of the Cantabrian hairdresser Raquel Saiz, which stands out especially in the field of brides. His sensitivity when creating hairstyles and the ability he has to give a modern air to the usual ones, They make any girlfriend feel comfortable with their proposals. As it shows, your collection Belle Epoque, in which he bets on loose strands, casual textures and braids. We have chosen a low and braided collection on the sides, a low wavy ponytail and, in the cover photo, a very original braid collection.
Blue by Raquel Saiz Room
Blue by Raquel Saiz Room
Raffel Pages: inspired by Street Style
Trends that reach the street can also be translated into bridal fashion, although a priori does not seem to stick too much. We see it in the new Bridal Collection of the firm Raffel Pages, which proposes a high and unprocessed bun for a bohemian and romantic bride. The key to the look is in the open bangs, which both takes this season. The second image we have chosen reflects the trend of hair ornaments, in this case white hairpins, which cover a lot of small braided little bows. It is perfect to give a more daring air to your look.
Beta Center: a cutting-edge vision
Two sights, from Beta Center, is the same collection with two looks: Gonzalo Y Ziortza Zarauza – father and daughter – on the same girlfriend. Ziortza is allied with the braided and experiments with the ways to get a girlfriend without too much artifice and youthful appearance. For his part, Gonzalo opts for a sober and elegant bride, through unstructured pickups. Two very interesting options for lovers of pickups that do not conform to the typical. Also, remember that you can make variations on these works or any other you choose to bring them closer to your style.
L’Oréal Professionnel: for guests
Even if you don't get married, you may have a wedding in sight. That's why we also bring you two proposals for guests, from the bridal collection of L’Oréal Professionnel for this year. On one side is Cherry blossom, a three-level collection that has been created by the firm Luis & Tachi. The highly polished front area adds sophistication to the look. We also love how the flower ornament looks. The other hairstyle is called Low tail and has been designed by R’Difusion. It is a low, minimalist and sober ponytail, which is embellished by a headband, also with floral motifs. If you dare, you will be right!
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