Is your wedding in 2018? Are you looking for the perfect wedding day hair style? Showcased on the blog is the Fall/Winter 2018 hair trends of the year. This late season is full of romantic, elegance and effortless luxe hair for wedding day. YES, for all you lovers and modern romantics, 2018 hair styles is your year. Get ready to see some of the classics hairstyles, transformed ever so slightly, into modern and fresh visions of glamour.
If there's one trend that seems to be sweeping the wedding nation, it's definitely the bridal braid. From loose romantic braids to tightly wound fishtails, the braid is making a big statement on the heads of many of today's brides. Whether your style is classic and sophisticated or laid-back and boho, there's a wide variety of braid techniques to pull your whole look together.
The Low Up-do
The wedding bun is more chic than ever with wispy tendrils and a low set profile. The hair up in is luxurious yet relaxed, and will take brides from garden ceremony to formal dinner.
Whether you have long or short hair, there’s a wedding bun for you. Your hairstylist can always add extensions to your hair if you’d prefer a fuller look.
Just remember the tousled, textured and perfectly imperfect messy hair is the perfect way to showcase your hair on wedding day. Think about loose curls pined imperfectly to give you the look of wave.
The New Half Up-do
Part half up-do, part side-swept goddess, the new half up-do is pure perfection. The braids and twists add that wow-factor, while the loose, wavy locks cascading down your back bring a softness and glamour. It gives you the modern, yet still chic? For boho lovers, mess it up. Or for a more glam look, style it with loose waves and a smooth finish.
The Hair Pin
One thing we are loving and can't get enough is, the hair pins. We love the idea of some delicate hair pin positioned into the bun, braid or twist to really create a beautiful focal point.
Bring some family love and see if grandma has some delicate hair pins as your "something borrowed" or invest on classic pins you can pass down to the next generation. The comb or bridal hair pins will truly set your look off.
No matter what you decide, make sure you do a run through with your hair stylist. This will help you finalize the look for the "day of".