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The Easiest Hairdos To DIY On Your Wedding Day

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If we could get married just to get our hair done in a chic little chignon, we would. Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t having it in 2020—and well, we didn’t plan on getting married anytime soon, anyways. But those of you who are ready to bravely tie the knot in the current times, let’s talk about you! Surely, it isn't what you thought it’d be, and arranging the ceremonies isn’t as easy; plus, you need every little detail of your look to be on point. Well, we’re here to lessen the burden just a tiny bit!

Your makeup and outfit could be great, but if there’s a single strand on your head that’s out of place, things could go wrong. Finding a good hairstylist is key, and in such unprecedented times, it surely has become a mammoth task. To avoid the risk, we’d recommend you master the art of hairstyling yourself for your special day. Keep reading to learn how to do the quickest, yet super chic hairstyles on your wedding day. 

Keep reading to learn how to do the quickest, yet super chic hairstyles on your wedding day.

simple wedding hairstyles – floral messy bun

1.Floral Messy Bun

Step 1: Wash, blow dry and then curl your hair with a thick curling tong.

Step 2: After curling, part your hair, and divide it into two sections

Step 3: Gather one section, twist it, and then roll it up into a bun. Use U-pins to secure it in place.

Step 4: Once secured, take the other section, and start twisting it. Make sure to loosen some strands from both sides for a softer look.

Step 5: Wrap the remaining twisted side around your bun and secure in place with pins.

Step 6: Pull out a wisp of hair in the front for some oomph and accessorize your bun with some baby’s breath flowers or any floral accessories.

2. Loose French Braid

Step 1: Curl your hair and start French braiding it from the top.

Step 2: As you keep gathering hair from each side, make sure to loosen a few strands. We want the braid to look thick and messy, not tight, and neat.

Step 3: Once you’re done braiding and loosening a few strands from all sides, tie the ends with a clear elastic band.

Step 4: Use a small lock of hair from the ends to wrap over the clear elastic band and conceal it. A bobby pin should secure it. 

Step 5: Use fresh flowers to pin into the braid at regular intervals, just like in the picture. 

simple wedding hairstyles – loose french braid
simple wedding hairstyles – accessorized half updo

3. Accessorized Half Up-Do

Step 1: Curl your hair and use a tail comb to part your hair as preferred.

Step 2: Start by taking a lock of hair at the front right side and twisting it, gathering a few more locks from the front each time.

Step 3: Twist till the end, and then wrap it into a tiny bun, securing it with a U-pin in the center.

Step 4: Start doing the same thing on the left side, securing it into a bun in the center, with a U-pin.

Step 5: Very gently, loosen up a few strands from the twists to give a fuller effect.

Step 6: Curl any strands that have fallen flat. Finish up a floral accessory or insert small mogra flowers in the twisted section.

These are some of the easiest bridal hairstyles that you can do in less than fifteen minutes. You can even find a ton of different variations of them on the internet (if you’re feeling a little experimental). Just remember to practice them ahead of your D-Day!

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