5 Ultra Romantic Hairstyle Ideas

Through the ages, hairstyle trends have come and gone but one thing has always remained the same - a perfect hairdo can either make or break an outfit. There are plenty of hairstyles out there for you to perfect for your wedding with a few old fashioned romantic touches. Let’s take a look at a few charming hairstyles which you can steal for your own wedding!

Although Jessica Alba would probably look gorgeous on any bad hair day, this intricate style really adds to her radiance. 

The romantic, slightly dishevelled look is made up of French plaits at the front to frame the face, which are then pulled back into the rest of the hair to form a low bun. Secure the strands with hair pins and hair spray to hold everything in place! Add a pair of glittering earrings like Jessica to complete the look.

Try this half up do look from Glee’s Dianna Agron if you have longer locks. 
Half dos have remained a popular standby because they are both simple and flattering. To create this particular style, wind your hair around curling tongs then tease out with your fingers to create loose waves. Separate the front section of hair then straighten and backcomb to add volume. Pull back into a slight quiff and integrate the section into the rest of the hair using hairpins. 

This look by songstress Taylor Swift channels the 1920’s – one of this year’s biggest trends – whilst retaining a modern and fresh feel. 
Wrap your hair tightly around your curling tongs to create the beautiful corkscrews. Avoid teasing or styling the curls as this can spoil the shape. When you are happy with the result, add a headband with a large floral decoration to transform into a glamorous 1920’s star.

We love this elegant hairstyle worn by The Bling Ring’s Claire Julien, especially the ornate drop earrings and stunning makeup which accompany the look.
 Start by creating a romantic side parting and keep the hair relatively natural and fuss-free. Next, take a section of hair from the middle and back comb slightly to add volume. Create a large plait using this backcombed hair and secure in place using visible safety pins. Pull back the plait and the rest of the hair into a dishevelled bun and fix into place. Leave a few stray strands around the front to soften the look.

Rather than creating a look using plaits as seen above, this style relies on clever twists to establish the shape. 
Leave your hair in a centre parting and create volume at the roots with a spray or mousse to construct a good base. Next, design loose, deconstructed waves around the head and use a light hairspray to fix into shape. The wrapping process can be a bit tricky so you may want a helping hand. Start by taking a large section at the front and twist away from the face. Secure the section with pins at the back. Work your way around this half of the hair until all the lengths are pulled up and back. Twist all the hair at the back into a bun and add some delightful hair accessories to complete the look. 

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