BB styling tip
Before you explore your floral wedding hairstyle options, you must understand that your hair needs to be nourished and healthy much before you actually try out these hairdos. It’s important to understand that wedding hairstyles mean using heat styling that will aid in the stylist process. In order to ensure that your hair is healthy enough to fight external aggressors, you need to wash your hair regularly with a protectant shampoo. We suggest going with the TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume Reverse System Shampoo and Conditioner that has a new revolutionary system with conditioner before shampoo—something that helps you achieve long lasting volume. Start using this three or four times a week, a few months before your wedding to get the best results.
If you’re a South Indian bride, your long braid is incomplete without a garland of flowers at the top of the braid. You can either go for artificial or real flowers to drape this hairstyle.
If you’re planning a sangeet or a cocktail party, this wedding hairstyle with flowers is just what you need. Just create a half-up, half-down hairstyle and add flowers on the side. If you’re going for a muted coloured outfit, you can wear orchids in your hair.
If you’ve been researching on a hairdo for your pheras, this wedding hairstyle is perfect for the wedding day. Just tie a voluminous bun and add a gajra around the bun for effect. Nothing accessorises a big bun like a gajra after all.
If you have a messy chignon in mind for your church wedding, make sure you add a bunch of roses with artificial flowers to the hairstyle. Choose colours that will complement your outfit and make for perfect pictures!
If you’re planning your mehendi ceremony, flowers ought to be a part of it. As a part of the floral jewellery, make sure you wear a floral crown on your head if you’re planning to leave your tresses loose. We promise—it’ll be the most gorgeous sight at the ceremony.
If you’re aiming at a neat bun for your church wedding, add a bunch of pale pink and white roses on the side of the bun along with the veil. This one sure makes for a fuss-free look.
If you have short hair and don’t know how to style your hair at your wedding, we suggest giving it soft waves and then adding some smaller flowers on the side for that added drama. Such a simple yet stunning wedding hairstyle!
Decided on a braided bun for your big day? Just add a big rose on the side right below the bun as an accessory. Perfect for a reception look, this wedding hairstyle is sure to get you all the compliments.