These Will Be the Most Popular Wedding Hairstyles For 2018

According to their predictions, these will be the top wedding hairstyles of 2018.

By Stephanie Montes, Brides

It’s clear that wedding hairstyles have seen their fair share of change over the years—just take a look at pictures from your mom’s wedding. We’re guessing she wore a feathered style, right? Because we know you don't want to share the same, feathered fate she did (that is, wedding photos hidden in the attic), we tapped five celebrity hairstylists for their suggestions on how to finesse your tresses on your big day. According to their predictions, these will be the top wedding hairstyles of 2018. And the good news is, none of the 'dos below will look quite as dated when your kids see your album years down the road.

See more: 27 Wedding Hairstyles That Work Well With Veils

The Half-Up Hairstyle

Renato Campora, hairstylist behind It-girls like Gal Gadot, Margot Robbie, Kate Winslet, and Mila Kunis, predicts the romantic half-up style will be everywhere this year.

He tells us, “it works great on all hair textures and face shapes and is the perfect complement to all gown silhouettes.” But what’s more, he says, “It’s an easy look for a red carpet or wedding since the style is easy to maintain all night.” To add even more romance to your everyday half-up style, Campora suggests adding volume with the T3 BodyWaver ($149), framing the face with a few tendrils and playing it up with sparkly accessories.

The Bridal Braid

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The lady behind Hollywood’s A-list like Reese Witherspoon, Sandra Bullock, Drew Barrymore, and Cameron Diaz, Lona Vigi predicts a resurgence in wedding-day braids in 2018. “Braids are still very popular for brides and can be a romantic, soft and pretty hairstyle that looks just as amazing in photos as it does in person.”
Her suggestion however is to “modify each look according to your face shape and hair type.” Lucky for you, there are plenty of options: Crown braid, French braid, fishtail—the list goes on.

Transitional Hair

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Sarah Potempa knows a thing or two about making a woman look and feel her best for her moment in the spotlight. The brain behind the manes of Lea Michele, Camila Cabello, and Reese Witherspoon, Potempa suggests getting more out of your wedding-day hairstyle.

Whether you wear your hair down or half-up, she suggests switching things up before the reception. “Before the party portion, step aside and take all of the hair to one side, create one big thick braid, and twist it into a gorgeous low chignon.” A wardrobe change might not always be an option, but switching your hair is the perfect way to transition into the evening without spending a fortune.

An Oldie, But A Goodie

Yvonne Tnt. Courtesy of Marchesa

Johnny Lavoy, Pro Beauty Tools ambassador and hair guru behind the locks of Miranda Lambert, Jordana Brewster, and Kristin Cavallari, advises you choose a style that stands the test of time instead of trying something too trendy. Lavoy predicts brides in 2018 will choose classic styles that are totally timeless. “This will insure that you'll never have regrets thumbing through your wedding photos,” he says.

Not sure which vintage look to recreate? He adds, “A perfect example of timeless wedding hair is Grace Kelly. Her wedding hair and gorgeous veil are still beautiful after so many decades.”

An Update On Your Go-To

Courtesy of Oscar de la Renta

Co-founder of ├╝ber-cool haircare brand R+Co Garren, who has also worked with Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, and Hannah Bronfman, has had his share of experience working with brides. His tip for anybody getting ready to walk down the aisle is to choose a hairstyle that you feel comfortable in.

He says, “if the bride always wears her hair down, then she should wear it down. If your groom loves your hair down, then give him that.” However, it’s important you think of the elements. "If you’re having an outside wedding, you need to make sure your hair is controlled," Garren explains, "especially considering humidity and the wind." Consult with your stylist beforehand and go over every detail: Changes in weather, whether you will be wearing extensions, if you want to try a veil, etc.


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Women's Magazine: These Will Be the Most Popular Wedding Hairstyles For 2018
These Will Be the Most Popular Wedding Hairstyles For 2018
According to their predictions, these will be the top wedding hairstyles of 2018.
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