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Weddings 2019. Discover the best hairstyles and updos for brides
Are you getting married this year? We put together all of the hairstyle and updo trends for 2019 brides. Here’s a hint: forget about complicated, high-volume dos; informal and natural are the buzzwords this year. Pay attention because we’re about to begin!
The triumph of nature! In 2019 updos and laid-back, informal hairstyles are going to be the big choices for brides who are taking the big step this year. Manes will still be loose but they’ll be competing for the throne with updos (both high and low). The reason? To show off the wedding dresses’ pretty low sequined backs, embroidery or feathers. And while we’re on the subject of style, they should all have a fresh and natural feel.
Let’s go over some of the updo trends for the 2019 bride!
The most popular choices
Without a doubt, 2019 is the year of the high and low ponytail. Natural braids that offer a breath of fresh air to the bride’s style and, lastly, loose updos which at first glance don’t appear to require a lot of work but in fact are carefully planned and orchestrated down to the last strand of hair.
Bridal updos: ponytails
Simple but elegant. This year extra-long ponytails are still on the rise. As well as being an extra comfortable style, they also add class to any style. Although they’re ideal at any time of year, in the summer we recommend relaxed ponytails that flow without any tightness. If you’re more into the low ponytail, then the center part is the best choice.
On the big day styling hold is more important than ever. It’s important to enlist the help of some extra-strong hairspray that’ll resist everything from emotions to dancing such as our Extreme Lac, from the Pro·Line styling range. It’s designed for hairstyles that require maximum hold and has an humidity-resistant effect to make sure nothing spoils your look. It also boasts a 360º valve which means it can be used from any angle to give all over flexible and long-lasting hold.
Bridal updos: braids
The on-trend braid this year isn’t like previous years where hair was slick and held tightly in place. Now braids are being used to create detail as part of an updo, like for example a small braid intertwined with a thicker one, to create a romantic and delicate finish. If you prefer to wear one sole braid then you have two options: brides who want to wear all of their hair up can opt for a braid tied around their head like a crown, in Frida Kahlo style. Or, on the other hand, it’s also possible to wear a classic braid, just like the one we wore as kids, just a little loosened. Ah! And if the dress has an asymmetrical neckline, what about a side braid?
Bridal updos: buns
Just like braids, in 2019 gone are the days of slick buns to make way for loose, simple and elegant versions. Leave a few strands free to flatter the face. When it comes to bun height, low buns are the big winner, although high buns are still a classic option.
Bridal updos: headdresses
If you want to dress up your bridal updo with an accessory remember that it should be in harmony with your outfit. So, if your bridal gown is bohemian, go for a pretty crown or headdress with dried flowers. If, on the other hand, you’ve gone for a more traditional style, then combine with a metal or beaded headpiece.
Bridal updos: the veil
If your dream is to wear a beautiful veil, then you should bear in mind the following recommendations: if you choose a high updo, the veil length should be medium to long. If your updo is low, then you can combine it with any kind of veil, any one can adapt well to fit your hairstyle.
Bridal updos: the 2×1
Many are the brides who opt for a hairstyle change mid event. So during the ceremony they wear a more sophisticated look then swap to something more informal for the after party. If you want to be able to give your all on the dancefloor then this option is for you. The key is in not using too much hairspray or swapping headdresses. You could also choose an updo, that can be easily converted into a half up half down do. To do this you’ll need to play around with hair grips and use color to remind yourself which ones can be removed to transform your look.
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