75 Gorgeous Wedding hairstyles for Long Hair Women


In one of the most special days in a women’s life, you always want everything to be perfect. And even if sometimes it doesn’t happen, you’ll have a great story to tell your friends later.
 




Your hair is one of those things you can control, and the great thing is that is totally up to you. But, if you have long hair you know the struggle of braiding and ponytails and any other kind of styling in general. 




It doesn’t have to be that way all the time and here you’ll see some of the best tips and ideas on how to style your long hairs and look gorgeous with your wedding dress.



First of all, keep the hair out of your face! You should let everyone see your beautiful face and hair should never get in the way. For that matters try to pin back the front sections of your hair. 




But if you really want to change things up and give it a more ‘wedding’ like look, use a flower crown or headband to pull everything back and out of your face. 




Braids are one of the most popular hairstyles that brides use, besides flower crowns and updos. You can really do anything you want with them, but it’s better to keep it really loose since you’ll want to add some kind of decorations along with you veil.




A good idea is to braid your hair entirely and pull it a little so it looks more cute and fun. Ten you can add whatever your heart desires, and a bonus that this styling has is that it won’t move during the entire event.




As said before updos are really beautiful and practical when it comes to wedding hairstyles, especially for long haired women. So you might want to mix: buns + braids + updos to create a unique look. 




The important thing here is that you feel comfortable and confident in everything you wear that day. Make sure you also go to the salon a few days ahead and try different hairstyles until you get what you are looking for. 




Even a simple high bun can be your life saver for this special day: It keeps your hair up and looks great if you have a dress that has an open back, so everyone appreciates the design of the dress. 




It’s never necessary to match your hairdo and your dress design, but sometimes is just a great idea to make it all fit and look amazing. At first try to see which type of bun suits you the best (messy/knit, really big/tiny and discrete) and then try to make it work for your specific hair type.




Try to keep an open mind when styling for you wedding day, taking into account where it’s going to take place and how much exposure to humidity and wind you’ll have. 




That way it will look more put together longer and you won’t have to worry about it being all over the place within two hours of your special event.