There’s never a better time than your wedding to let your hair down—because loose and low is in. Here are three ’dos for your big day.
With finger waves that harken back to the Gatsby era, this down ’do is a must for long-haired brides. Three blooms pin back the perfect amount of strands to show off the side profile just enough to do your makeup with extra highlighter or even a little cat eye.
The lowdown on this classic look is to keep the updo (you got it) low and down. A pin or a flower is the ideal accent to secure the loose locks into a free-flowing bun. Strands pulled out subtly and sporadically provide additional hints of whimsy.
It wouldn’t be bohemian without a bunch of blooms. Beachy waves are the base of this sultry and voluminous down ’do, while a loose twist set into a half-up style serves as the centerpiece, woven with fresh florals and greenery.
3 Things to Know Before You Go to the Stylist:
Don’t let your initial hair consultation go to waste. Schedule your engagement shoot for the same day to get the most mileage out of your freshly tousled waves.
Considering incorporating florals into your wedding day ‘do? Don’t forget to introduce your stylist and floral designer so they’re on the same page about one another’s needs.
Girls have heard it time and time again: Curls hold best with a bit of grit. If you’re opting for curly coif, resist the urge to shower a day before your big day appointment.