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10 Wedding Hairstyles We Love

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If you're looking for a bun with a bit more drama, consider swirling your hair back to highlight your stylish knot. 


How to Get the Look:
Step 1: Leave the entire crown area loose and tease to create volume.
Step 2: Part the rest of your hair (the lower section) down the middle.
Step 3: Twirl both side sections inward toward the back of you ...
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Forget teased and tousled ponytails -- try something more polished. 


How to Get the Look:
Step 1: Start from the bottom and work your way up, curling 2" sections with a 1" iron. Different-sized curls help make the ponytail feel a bit more romantic.
Step 2: Create a part and separate your hair into two equal sections. Twist each of them inwar ...
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This classic bridal 'do looks chic with every neckline. Plus, you can wear any type of veil with this more structured style. 


How to Get the Look:
Step 1: Part your hair according to what looks best for your face shape and smooth with a brush into a low ponytail.
Step 2: Take small sections of your ponytail and tease each piece separately to ...
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Pop in some faux blooms for added style that won't wilt. 


Earrings by JCPenney Fine Jewelry, $160, JCP.com; flower hairpin, $350, LeahC.com; dress by Jenny Yoo Collection, $850.
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A soft twist with just a touch of volume at the top, and a subtle low bun make for an elegant bridal 'do. 


How to Get the Look:
Step 1: Set your hair with rollers, leaving a small front section loose. Part the rest of your hair at the middle back into two sections. Lightly tease for some volume.
Step 2: Softly twist each side downward and ba ...
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It's no surprise these knots are all over the bridal runways. A bun is the perfect place to pop in flowers or sparkly hairpins. 


How to Get the Look:
Step 1: Use a 1" curling iron to add texture to straight hair. The curls will help keep your hair looking loose.
Step 2: Find your nautral part and pull your hair into a love side ponytail behi ...
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A cage veil looks great with this sleek style.



Veil, $425, LeahC.com; earrings by Marlyn Schiff, $105, 9610)642 -3811; dress by Romona Keveza.
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10 Wedding Hairstyles We Love

Undone Updo It's soft, but unlike other effortless styles, this won't fall out during the reception. Now that's a good look. How to Get the Look:
Step 1: Blow-dry your hair and set it in rollers to amp up the volume. Step 2: Remove the rollers, leaving a few tendrils out to frame your face. Pull the rest of your hair off to the back into a loose braid -- it adds texture that a ponytail can't. Step 3: Fold the braid around itself and then pin. Step 4: Finish the look by curling the pieces you left out in step 2. Keep the pieces asymmetrical; an even number of curls on each side of your face will look funny in photos.
Earrings, $38, SatyaJewelry.com; Dress by Romona Keveza
Story by Heather Levine
Hair by Matthew Monzon
Makeup by Christina Reyna
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