Spring is in the air and with spring come weddings. There are several choices brides have for hairstyles, and a classic bun is always a great option. You can wear a bun in many different ways from slick and pulled back to textured and messy. High buns and low buns are in style this season and a bride can tailor her hairstyle to match her head dress. Another popular trend is the use of braids. Braids are very versatile and can be worn in conjunction with many styles. They add interest and femininity.
In this pic Nicole Richie combed a low bun with braids. This style may look complicated, but it is actually very easy. Brush your hair back and divide the front into four section, two on each side of your face. Form braids with these sections and pin them toward the nape of your neck. Next take your hair and pull it into a messy ponytail. Take the ponytail and wrap it around its base pinning it as you go.
If you’re wearing this as a wedding hairstyle, you can place some small flowers throughout your hair, or use pretty crystal pins or clips for a special touch. Other variations include twists instead of braids, a high bun which sits on the crown of your head, or place your bun somewhere in the middle or to the side. If you’re planning a wedding book an appointment a head of time so you and your stylist can find the perfect hairstyle for your special day.
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