Six classy wedding hairstyles.
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Besides your own wedding day, it doesn’t get much more exciting than attending your daughter’s wedding. as a part of your wedding prep, be sure to make sure that you have enough time to test out mother of the bride hairstyles that you can wear comfortably (and confidently) as you watch your ‘baby’ walk down the aisle. You’ll want a style that looks like you but with an extra polish and maybe even a wave or a cool updo? To help you out, we’ve collected six of our favorite mother of the bride hairstyles to inspire your next look. Read on to check out some fun hairstyles that you can wear to your daughter’s wedding.
Top 6 Mother Of The Bride Hairstyles
1. Loosely Curled Blowout
For a relaxed but still put-together hairstyle, opt for some loose curls. You can make it an extra pampering treat by getting a curled salon blowout, or you can do it yourself at home. If you are curling your hair at home, be sure to protect your hair by using some of the Nexxus New York Salon Care Promend Heat Protecting Mist to protect your hair from any heat damage. For loose curls, use a large barrel curling iron and curl larger two inch sections all the way around your hair.
2. Super Sleek Stacked Bob
To get this sleek and refined look ask your hairdresser to add layers to your bob haircut to make it into a stacked bob. Start this style with damp, freshly washed hair. Then, apply some of the Dove Youthful Vitality Silk Crème, which can help you make your hair fuller, youthful looking and manageable. Blow-dry your hair backwards, away from your face, using a round brush for added volume and bend.
3. Pinned Back Perfection
For a classy wedding style that works on all hair types and lengths, try out the pinned back look. Mother of the bride hairstyles like this one are pretty much foolproof because you start by washing, drying, and setting your hair however you are accustomed. If you like to keep your hair straight or curly this hair will work well either way. All you will need to do is pin your hair back behind your ears and voila!
4. Swept Back Pixie
Pixie haircuts are always a good idea. If you’ve got a pixie cut, switch up your style by changing the direction in which your hair falls. Styling a pixie backwards gives an instant glamorous effect. There are two different ways to get this style depending on the length of your pixie. For the super short cuts, you can blow-dry your hair backwards until it is totally dry and set. If you have a little more hair to work with, use a thin flat iron and twist your hair away from your face. Either way, to keep your style set for the big event use some of the Suave Professionals Luxe Style Infusion Pump Hold Hairspray.
5. Straight Lob
Adding volume to thin hair may seem like a challenge but with the right tricks and tools it’s no problem at all. Styles like this are best done on day old hair. Instead of washing your hair, use Bed Head By TIGI Oh Bee Hive! Dry Shampoo. This will refresh your hair and add volume at the roots. Add in extra volume by very lightly teasing the middle to ends of your hair.
6. Twisted Updo
A twisted updo is a wedding hair classic that works incredibly on medium-length to long hair. After you brush your hair, collect it into a low ponytail. Then twist your hair as you go up towards the middle of your hair and clip the style in place. For reference, check out our French twist tutorial so that you can try out this look before your daughter’s special day.
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