On your wedding day you will likely be in hundreds of pictures—and so will your hair. You want to make sure that it looks picture perfect! Deciding on the right style can be a difficult task. You must take into account the style of your dress, your facial shape and what type of look you’re trying to pull off. These 2013 wedding hair trends will surely help you make your decision so that you are guaranteed to look fabulous on your big day!
Detailed variations of the classic bun have become a big trend for bridal hair. The simple ballerina bun will always portray a classic and elegant look, but you can spice it up by incorporating multiple braids and twists into the bun. There is also the option of wearing a classy and sophisticated chignon bun at the nape of the neck.
Timeless and romantic vintage hairstyles have been spotted all over the 2013 bridal runways and will always be popular in the bridal world. Looks from the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s can be your inspiration when deciding how to wear your locks. Glamorous pin curls are always a great option.
Draping your hair over to one side creates a sweet and romantic look. There are many ways to get creative when creating the side swept look. You can incorporate big, loose curls or maybe a couple of braids. Before your stylist begins, you’ll need to make sure that your hair is on the side that will be facing the audience as well as the camera
Ponytails are extremely simple yet clean, classic and timeless. There are many different ways to dress up the classic ponytail and add a little sparkle. The knot ponytail is great for a rustic wedding and adds a fun twist to the everyday pony. You could also always add a small side braid in the front or a jeweled headband.
Accessories can dress up any hairstyle. Whether you feature oversized flowers, vintage hairpins or modern headbands, there is an accessory suitable for every hair type. The accessories can be big and bold, small and subtle or a variety of vibrant colors. They are also a great alternative for those brides who choose not to wear a veil.