Choosing the appropriate dress for a summer wedding is only half the battle – you need to find the perfect hairstyle for this elegant event as well. No matter your bridal style, you will not find more fabulous hairstyle look like this one! This is why we have prepared this easy tutorial to guide you in your quest for the perfect wedding hairstyle.
Brush your hair nicely to remove any knots or tangles. Now, gather all of your hair towards the back. Then, divide all hair into three sections in a vertical way. Tie each section into a ponytail and secure tightly each one with a rubber band. Braid the middle section into a traditional three-strand braid and secure with a clear rubber band when you reach the end.
Grab your braid and roll it up to form a beautiful bun. For best results, start with a small circle and keep wrapping the braid around it. This way you should create a rose shaped bun. Next, use bobby pins to secure the braid in place. If you have heavier hair, you may need to use more pins to keep the braid from falling down.
Release the crown section on top and start pinning it in place. Begin by separating off a section of hair at the crown, from the temples to the back of the head. Twist the section together and secure it against the head with several bobby pins. Pick up a small section of hair above the right ear and wrap it underneath the previously pinned section. Use a bobby pin to secure this section in place. Grab a similar sized section from the left hear and wrap it underneath the previously pinned section. Again, secure with bobby pins, sliding them underneath the section, horizontally.
Grab the rest of the hair and twist it tightly. Bring the twist around as many times as needed. Continue twisting and wrapping around to the right side. This should create a big, a bit messy bun.
As for the final touches, simply set the style with hairspray and smooth down any stray hairs. Here is another amazing trick: adding a ribbon or a flower accessory at the base of your braided bun will make it look softer and more feminine!