When it comes to beach wedding, all of us know what to expect: simple and intimate wedding festive – sealed by its-live-by-ocean reputation against orange sky as the backdrop. If you are planning this kind of celebration, then we are going to inspire you with different hairstyles for your big day.
The first (and main) suggestion from us is to keep it real simple. Without extended ornaments, beach wedding is already a whimsical celebration by itself. Hence, the simpler the better. The second suggestion is to choose a hairstyle that can withstand a day in the sun, the breezy wind, not to mention that sweet, salty air.
1.Half-up, loose wave with flowers
By pulling your front hair up and letting the other parts go down with loose wave, you simply couldn't go wrong with this wedding hairstyle. Add some flowers, and you will certainly turn heads around. It would look lovely with a strapless neckline or sleeveless gown.
2.Long, shiny waves
This beautiful soft, shiny curl will give you the effortless beauty. Just let your hair falls upon your shoulder with big curls will give you an elegant statement. This is the ideal way to compliment your beach wedding.
3.Low, loose chignon
A low, side-swept chignon is the way to look chic and elegant for a beach wedding. This would be the best hairstyle that suits your whichever-dress styles you love.
The twisted braid that is a little bit undone giving it a very sexy, beach look. Put on some flowers and you get a hint of sweetness.
Putting our creative cap on, we have gathered several beach wedding hairstyle inspiration that are worth to try. Enjoy!
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