Top Wedding Hairstyles of 2020
There are so many things that need to be arranged for the wedding - the bridal hairstyle might seem to be the last thing on the wedding checklist that needs to be minded. However, there’s the saying that a bride is the most beautiful on her wedding day. So for this to be true, choosing the right wedding hairstyle is definitely of utmost importance.
In today's article, we'll show you some of the top wedding hairstyles of 2020!
Top Wedding Hairstyles of 2020
Wedding hairstyles for 2020 can range widely from traditional to experimental. With hairstyle trends for all occasions becoming more and more inclusive for anything and everything, almost nothing is off-limits for bridal and wedding arrangements.
From the pretty waves and curls to the elegant sleek styles, to the messy buns and soft hair tendrils framing the face, we've got them all here. Bring on the wedding bells, as these ultra-feminine and chic hairstyles will certainly make you want to walk down the aisle as soon as possible.
#1 Beach Waves
The soft, big curls are very easy to wear on any occasion, including weddings. It’s a very effortless look that can emphasize the bride’s own natural beauty. If you have bangs, you can curl them away from your face for a windy effect.
Perfect for garden and beach weddings, waves look particularly great when done in a bohemian fashion. For a more natural look, you can use the Zala 4-in-1 cosmo curling wand to add loose curls here and there.
When styling your bridal waves to make them look more luxurious, less is actually more. Keep it simple by adding a minimally-designed headband, a delicate crown, or even just studded earrings. If you find that your veil is sufficient enough to complete your look, there's no need to try to add more.
#2 Sleek and Straight
Having sleek and straight hair would complement a more modern and elegantly themed wedding. Although straight down hair is typically an everyday hairstyle, it’s a seemingly effortless sleek look to don on your wedding day.
However, to keep those baby hairs from sticking out and hair strands from straying to your face, you have to put in effort in taking care of your hair beforehand and making sure the hair products you apply will last.
Afterwards, you just have to part your hair in the middle and tuck your hair behind your ears and you’re modernly luxe to go. Bold makeup and statement earrings will surely complete the look.
#3 Textured Updos
Updos are the most common way to hold up the veil and other hair ornaments you put in your hair. It also keeps your hair out of your face for the entire duration of the wedding ceremony and the reception.
Whether you prefer messy buns, ruffle french twists, the royal-ish chignon, or tousled braids, you can personalize your updo with an assortment of twists, braids, and texture. With the right hair accessories, you can walk down the aisle perfectly capturing the romantic mood of the wedding.
As a classic wedding hairstyle choice, you can also consider leaving a few, soft tendrils of hair to frame your face for a more defining upstyle. Additionally, since hairdos like these tend to be more on the romantic side, the hair accessories you wear should also exude the same vibe.
Some examples of suitable hair accessories include small pins or a medium-sized comb to hold your veil in place. If the focal point of your hairstyle is in the middle, you can also try wearing exaggerated earrings to balance the look.
#4 Low Ponytails
Having your hair tied low will keep your hair out of your face and still leave enough room for more styling to your hair. You can keep your hair in a pony braided, wavy, or sleek, whichever one you like best.
One tip is to make the hairstyle have more 'oomph' is to emphasize your crown with a bit of teasing. The rest of your hair can be pulled back just above the nape of your neck and styled in braids or bundles. Effortlessly chic and very gentle, the simplicity of this type of hairstyle allows for the attention to mostly be on your natural beauty.
Wedding Hairstyles of 2020
There’s not much time left in 2020 and with everything that has happened in the world this year, a lot of people are opting for smaller weddings or ceremonies.
However, that doesn’t mean you have to shortchange yourself on something that only happens once in your life. Of course, as the bride, looking your best on your wedding day is still of utmost importance!
For more wedding hair inspiration, don't forget to check out our ZALA blog!