Boho-style wedding hairstyles
Choosing a wedding hairstyle is one of the most important dilemmas faced by every bride, next to a dress or makeup. It is worth betting on originality, as well as girlishness and delicacy.
Boho style - closeness to nature, modesty, girlishness and nonchalance - is currently popular not only in fashion, but also in interior design, beauty or wedding trends. It's perfect as a theme for weddings or as an inspiration to create a bride's hairstyle. The latest trends in the wedding industry, when it comes to hairstyles, are mainly braids, loose braids, waves, controlled disorder and the greatest possible naturalness, plus accessories in the form of garlands, bands or flowers, which is all that makes up the boho style. The more natural, the better, in line with the recently popular hygge hair trend. Any bride who chooses a boho style will be sure to look natural, girly and fresh and at the same time stand out from the crowd.
In addition, the advantage of boho hairstyles is that they are very easy to do and quick to prepare. Often, all you need to do is attach the appropriate accessories to your hair to change the whole hairstyle. A wreath of field flowers will look great, combined with delicate curls or a natural updo with a fine, shiny ornament. Ponytails and a thick braided ear are also fashionable. As for chignons, they should be loosely and low up, slightly wavy, with loose strands of hair, preferably combined with a braid and finished with a simple, delicate decoration or flowers. If you decide to go for a braid, it should be a classic braid, made in a looser way, selected from slightly submerged hair. A braid that is tied around your head will look great.
The absolute hit of the season is dissolved hair, which will be natural and elegant at the same time, and in addition will be intriguingly blowing. Waves, natural, gentle, slightly imperfect, slightly imperfect, in a surfer style are obligatory for dissolved hair. In order for the waves to take on a proper character, it is necessary to comb or delaminate the successive strands with your fingers in order to create a nonchalant style. The waves will look great with the wreath. It's best if it's made of living field flowers.
Some brides are afraid that a veil will not fit in with a boho style hairstyle. Nothing could be further from the truth, a properly selected, delicate, lightweight, lace veil without decorations will be a great complement to the styling.
Boho hairstyles are best suited for modest, simple, airy dresses without lots of glittering decorations, for retro and 70s hairstyles and will add charm to any girl's natural woman.