Wedding Curly Hairstyles

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Wedding Curly Hairstyles

If you’ve ever looked for curly hairstyles online, you may have noticed something funny: curly wedding hairstyles, it would seem, are not actually for girls with curly hair. Almost all of them are straight hairstyles in disguise. Which is why for so many naturally curly-haired girls, formal hairstyles can be a nightmare. First there’s the “let’s just pile it all on top of your head and call it an updo” technique. Then there’s the “let’s blow-dry your hair straight only to re-curl it” routine that leaves you praying to God no moisture comes within a ten-foot radius of your body. And if you’re lucky, you won’t end up with a bad ’90s prom do with those two godforsaken tendrils hanging down (why, stylists, why?).

Wedding Curly Hairstyles

Curly wedding hairstyles are among the most popular nowadays. Did you know that in ancient Greece curly hair was associated with a special attitude towards life – love of freedom, activeness, and purposefulness? Besides, curls were considered to be a blessing from gods. No wonder the Olympians have been always portrayed with curly hair. You can also become the goddess of your wedding ceremony. Our bridal curly hairstyles in pictures below will help you to choose the most beautiful wedding hair idea.

Wedding Curly Hairstyles

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Welcome, curly-haired sister! If you’re just getting started, I’d recommend Naturally Curly and Curly Girl as some good starting points. If you’re planning to transition to No-Poo from shampoo, I’d recommend giving it a month or so to transition and then finding a stylist through Naturally Curly’s directory. A curly haired stylist can help you find the best cut, styling products, and techniques to work with your individual curl pattern. Best of luck!

Wedding Curly Hairstyles

If you’re trying to figure out a fun way to style naturally curly hair for your wedding, you’re not alone. No-heat hairstyles were predicted to be a huge beauty trend this year—which applies more to everyday-wear rather than wedding day-wear, but it can definitely have an impact on the bridal hairstyle you choose if you’ve been letting your locks naturally dry more and more often leading up to the wedding day.  Curling your straight hair for the wedding? We have styles to inspire your look too! Check out our 16 favorite ways to style curly (or curled!) hair.

Wedding Curly Hairstyles

Curls look good in any hair hue – from platinum blonde to raven black. Moreover, curly hair appears lovely in hairstyles of any length. We have sorted out the cutest curly hairstyles for brides with short, medium and long hair. Enjoy!

Wedding Curly Hairstyles

Yassss. So many people tried to talk me out of going curly for my wedding. I’m so happy I didn’t listen. I DIY’d (well, my friend helped) my unruly curls for my August beach wedding last year. Finished my natural curls with a curling iron and some intense smoothing serum, and though I ended up slightly frizzy by the end of the night, I did not look like a total puff in photos. I talked with my hairdresser a few weeks in advance, and she gave me tips on which products to use for my hair, which curling wand to use for finishing so it wouldn’t look unnatural, and she helped me decide how to place my halo. I’m not someone who ever thought they would wear a headpiece for my wedding (I’m not someone who ever thought they would have a wedding), but I found one I could rent, and decided to go with it because it would keep the top of my hair under control/keep me from playing with my hair all night. Plus I loved it. I highly recommend embracing the curl for your wedding!

Wedding Curly Hairstyles

2. best curly hair products from Shawnta’s Way: Not sure where to begin looking for products that work well with naturally curly hair? This breaks down all the different types of products, and what each one is used for. And as an added bonus, a lot of them are more affordable brands, which is good, because curly hair gets thirsty.

Wedding Curly Hairstyles

1 of 14 When you’re born with dramatic curls, you’ve already got a style most straight-haired brides envy. All you have to decide is how much you want to turn up the intensity for your wedding hairstyle. Are you going to boost your ringlets as far as they can go? Or wear them as loose waves? As long as it’s a look you love, you can’t go wrong. Get inspired by how these real brides wore their curly hair on their wedding day. To accent her naturally curly hair, stylist Britni Wood created Justina’s floral headpiece of balsa wood flowers, acacia, leucadendron, wax flower, and seeded eucalyptus. Photography: Jennifer Young See More Details

When you’re born with dramatic curls, you’ve already got a style most straight-haired brides envy. All you have to decide is how much you want to turn up the intensity for your wedding hairstyle. Are you going to boost your ringlets as far as they can go? Or wear them as loose waves? As long as it’s a look you love, you can’t go wrong. Get inspired by how these real brides wore their curly hair on their wedding day. To accent her naturally curly hair, stylist Britni Wood created Justina’s floral headpiece of balsa wood flowers, acacia, leucadendron, wax flower, and seeded eucalyptus. Photography: Jennifer Young See More Details

When you’re born with dramatic curls, you’ve already got a style most straight-haired brides envy. All you have to decide is how much you want to turn up the intensity for your wedding hairstyle. Are you going to boost your ringlets as far as they can go? Or wear them as loose waves? As long as it’s a look you love, you can’t go wrong. Get inspired by how these real brides wore their curly hair on their wedding day. To accent her naturally curly hair, stylist Britni Wood created Justina’s floral headpiece of balsa wood flowers, acacia, leucadendron, wax flower, and seeded eucalyptus. Photography: Jennifer Young

When you’re born with dramatic curls, you’ve already got a style most straight-haired brides envy. All you have to decide is how much you want to turn up the intensity for your wedding hairstyle. Are you going to boost your ringlets as far as they can go? Or wear them as loose waves? As long as it’s a look you love, you can’t go wrong. Get inspired by how these real brides wore their curly hair on their wedding day. To accent her naturally curly hair, stylist Britni Wood created Justina’s floral headpiece of balsa wood flowers, acacia, leucadendron, wax flower, and seeded eucalyptus.

Long curly hairstyles are not all alike. You may choose different curl patterns, style your curls large and loose, medium and fluffy or small and tight. The shapely curls like in the photo are a very successful solution for a tender and delicate bridal look. Glow like a celebrity during your wedding!

Absolutely not washing too frequently is key, as is embracing that everyone’s hair is different in terms of what it takes to refresh your curly in between washes. For me, I know that generally I need a mist of very diluted “beach hair”/ “sea salt” type spray and some gentle scrunching with my hands to refresh my style and that I lay a good foundation for that refresh by using moisturizing and defining products when I do wash. Also, as someone who works out regularly (nearly daily) and sweats a ton, I’ve also learned that the key to not washing after those workouts is twofold: an absorbent headband that I wear during class, then taking it off immediately after, arranging my hair and letting it dry, occasionally depending on the weather and how much I sweat, I might need to add a little product. When it gets icky is when I mess with it during class or afterwards. Personally, I love Kevin Murphy’s products for my fine, curly, short hair. I use the Killer Curls defining creme or Motion Lotion on my damp hair after washing it, then some Anti-Gravity spray for a bit of volume, then if as I’m drying it’s not quite right I add some Hair Resort (I prefer the spray). I use a diluted version of the Hair Resort spray to refresh on non-wash days.

I love the inspiration, and the commenters who embraced their curls or DIY’d! I’m black and I have a big, corkscrew curly fro and I’m getting married in NOWHERE, Virginia in two months. So I’m starting to freak out after realizing nobody in the area will know how to do my hair, but I’m not sure I can do it myself. Sigh. Curly hair struggles.

When you’re born with dramatic curls, you’ve already got a style most straight-haired brides envy. All you have to decide is how much you want to turn up the intensity for your wedding hairstyle. Are you going to boost your ringlets as far as they can go? Or wear them as loose waves? As long as it’s a look you love, you can’t go wrong. Get inspired by how these real brides wore their curly hair on their wedding day.

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