Wedding Hair Trends for 2023

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2022 is the year of the "natural bride," as brides desire to seem more natural than ever. Some want their hair to look like they did it themselves. I'm serious.

Natural Movement

 I understand why, given their ease and consideration. There's a ponytail for every style and insecurity — high, medium, low, face-framing or not .

Effortless Ponytails

This bridal season has seen the return of the less structured and more relaxed boho bridal trend. Fluffing the waves instead of combining them creates a lived-in beachy look.

Boho Waves

Low buns are elegant, easy to wear, and trustworthy in all conditions. The classic bun is updated this season with a thick face frame. 

Soft Low Buns

 Too high on the head, it will look like a top knot, making the style more informal. Leave out the bun and the face and neck for suppleness.

Minimal Accessories

Bring the romance with a soft and pretty high bun. Too far on top of the head, and it will appear as a top knot giving a more casual overall feel to the style. 

Romantic High Bun

This mid-height style with hair falling from the bun form has been popular. It's seductive, lively, and sophisticated and pairs well with the season's slip dresses.

Unstructured Mid Styles

Dont worry if you have short hairs . You will still look gorgeus on your big day.

Short Haired Brides

Brides are adding braid and twist embellishments to up and down designs. More deconstructed is preferable while retaining style in balance.

Amped Up Texture

High buns work on all hair types and remain in best on wriggly kids

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