Celebrity Wedding Hairstyles

23 Mar

On your big day, your hair is just as important as your dress and make-up and with so many styles to choose from, it can be hard to pick out just one! I love the loose, casual half-up dos that seem to be seen more often nowadays, rather than the tight chignons or buns than used to be the only style you could go for, but each bride must be faithful to her own personal style.. Here are a few of some great celebrity hair dos from the last few years for a little inspiration:

Kate Moss chose a simple hairstyle which combined touches of vintage and romance and added a stunning Juliet cap-style veil made of woven lace and sequins completed her look.

Reese Witherspoon complimented her pink custom-made Monique Lhuillier gown with a simple, straight do.

Alyson Hannigan wore her hair in a very simple half up-do with locks of hair framing her face.

Lauren Bush went for a vintage look with a headpiece around her forehead. Her hair was woven into a simple bun over which a veil made of antique tulle and hand-embroidered with beads and pearls fell.

Kate Middleton complimented her diamond Cartier tiara with a “demi-chignon”.  Strands of hair were pulled back from each side of her face and tucked into a bun with the rest of her hair worn down in long cascading curls.

Hilary Duff went for a chic look with her hair in a high, tousled, voluminous bun.

Gwen Stefani wore an antique lace veil over her glamorous, plaited up-do, complete with a bouffant.

Avril Lavigne kept her look simple and surprisingly classic, abandoning her rocker chic persona for her special day with her hair in loose, soft curls.


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