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Bridal Hairstyles That Suit Every Wedding Dress Neckline

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Bridal Hairstyles That Suit Every Wedding Dress Neckline

Once a bride chooses her wedding dress, she starts thinking of the other details, one of those details is her bridal hairstyle, and many brides make the mistake of choosing any hairstyle they like, without taking into consideration their wedding dress.

To get the best look on your wedding day, make sure you choose the right hairstyle that flatters your wedding dress' neckline.

Your bridal hair should complement and enhance your wedding dress.

To help you look your best, follow these amazing tips:

Strapless Dress: Any Hairstyle 

This kind of wedding dress can go perfectly with any hairstyle, from loose curls to a ballerina bun, feel free to choose your bridal hairstyle.


Off The Shoulder: Romantic and Natural

This neckline is feminine and gives a soft touch to your bridal look, so pick a natural hairstyle with a few loose curls.


Boat or Bateau Neck: Updo

This style of neckline does not go well with your hair down as it is made to enhance your neckline and collarbones, so an elegant updo is the best choice for this neckline.


V Neck: Side Swept

Whether you want a bun or a braid make sure your hairstyle is swept to the side with this neckline.


High Collar: Hair Pulled Back or Updo

A high collar wedding dress already has details on the neckline and close to your face, so go for an updo, low bun or chignon. 


One Shoulder: Side Swept

Whether you want to keep your hair loose or have an updo hairstyle, moving it to your uncovered shoulder will look elegant and balanced. 


Asymmetrical Neckline: Elegant Updo

An Asymmetrical neckline needs an elegant and classy updo to show off the unique neckline of the wedding dress.


Backless Wedding Dress: Vintage Waves

Add a classic and old hollywood touch by having your hair in classic and vintage inspired waves that can be either pulled back or swept to the side.



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