They say love is in the air during wedding season, but we believe that love is also in the hair. We don’t know any lady that wouldn’t want her hair to be the talk of the night along with everything else. One of the most popular wedding hairstyles of them all is the updo. It’s a style that works with just about any wedding dress and headpiece — if you’re wearing one. What’s more, it looks amazing in wedding photos. This wedding season, we’re having quite the love affair with picturesque chignon styles.
Picturesque chignons are not your average bun hairstyle. It’s the bridal hairstyle trend you’re bound to see everywhere this year and it’s amazing detail is what makes sets this bun apart from the rest. We’ve got two ways you can create this picture-perfect and romantic wedding hairstyle for your big day. Read on to see which of the looks is best for you.
Bridal Hair Trend: The Picturesque Chignon Style in Two Ways
1. The Beehive Inspired Chignon
We like to say this beehive-inspired chignon is boho meets romance. The textured look and volume of this style is what gives this iteration of the chignon a unique look. To create the look, start with clean hair. However, you can also do this on second-day hair by refreshing with a dry shampoo. Tease the hair from ends up to create texture and volume at the root of your hair.
Alternatively, if you have naturally wavy hair, spray Catwalk By TIGI Texturising Sea Salt Spray on your hair to enhance and awaken the natural texture of your hair. Allow hair to dry before pinning it up into your beehive-inspired chignon.
2. The Classic Picturesque Chignon
Going for a clean and classy look for your wedding day, but with a bit of a twist? This spin on the classic chignon is simple, yet, romantic and most of all, pretty as can be. Start by washing hair with a wash and care system that reduces frizz like Suave Professionals Avocado + Olive Oil Smoothing Shampoo and Conditioner as you want your hair to be as smooth as possible before creating your picturesque chignon style. Blowdry your hair and gather into a low ponytail. Wrap the ends of your hair into a coiled bun and secure with hairpins.