I saw some lovely bridal hairstyles **on Martha Stewart Weddings and thought, "What classic bridal looks would work for every bride that wouldn't go out of style?" I found four beautiful looks that are great for **short hair, long hair, curly, and ethnic, which one works best for you....
I love** brides with braids **and really wanted a braid in the front of my hair, but it wasn't long or thick enough to look as good as this bridal model. So I inspired my stepdaughter (bridesmaid) to get a side braid like the one above and we all loved it! Braids add a whimsical look and can be a great **wedding **day **hairstyle **for brides with curly and frizzy hair.
Brides with **short hair **might believe they don't have many options to go with. But there are lovely looks out there for everyone. If you're planning a retro theme **wedding **why not go glam with **wavy locks **and a red lip. This is a gorgeous style that works well with short hair and will stay classic for years to come.
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Another hairstyle **that I love is the **side ponytail, especially when brides add a romantic **flower. **A birdcage veil and a short wedding dress could complete this bridal look. Will you have flowers in your hair on your big day?
By now everyone has seen photos from theRoyal Wedding, if you haven't then you must live under a rock! But since you have then you'll agree how stunning and classic Kate Middleton's hair looked under her beautiful veil and crown. She usually wears her hair down, so going with a half up, **half down hairstyle **was very suiting for a bride who doesn't like to wear her hair in an updo. She may have stayed with a traditional look, but she blew me away with her wedding day beauty and that will never go out of style!
What hairstyle is right for your wedding day look?
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