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10 trend setting wedding hairstyles for 2013

10 trend setting wedding hairstyles for 2013.  Looking for a new look? Check out these popular wedding hairstyles. And I've included DIY video tutorials for you to try these amazing styles out. Now you have a reason to get dressed up. 

1. Fall for Braids! Waterfall Braids- Braids are huge this year and show no signs of slowing down for 2013! The waterfall braid is especially beautiful because it works just as well for the boho bride as it does for a classic one. Here is a great video for DIY waterfall braids

source waterfall braids 2. Top it Off -a Ballerina Bun- It was actually my hairdresser who first introduced me to this DIY sock bun look. It is pretty and easy to do and the result is great. Another bun variation is the chestnut bun. Both looks are amazing for everyday or your wedding day. 

ballerina bun3. Good Catch- The Fishtail Braid- By far one of the most popular looks is the fishtail braid and so many people don't know how to do one. I found this really easy and clear  DIY fishtail braid video. The trick with the fishtail braid is to be able to loosen it. Like in this wedding hairstyle. You can also try out the fishtail braid updo version: fishtail braid updo

fishtail braid4. C'est Mignon- the Chignon Bun- The Chignon bun has made a comeback and will still be going strong in 2013. It screams classy and sophisticated. Here is a DIY wedding day chignon  tutorial or if you prefer a tutorial for a side braid chignon

chignon bun5. Get it Straight- Straight Hair - I always get a lot of questions about  how to style straight hair. And seeing as my hair is super straight you'd think I'd know. Brides who chose to wear their hair straight look adorable. Here are some helpful straight hair tips and a video for how to style your hair straight with a ceramic iron: straight wedding hair style

straight hairstyle

6. Vintage Vixen- Our obsession with vintage shows no sign of slowing down for 2013. Here are some fun video tutorials to create vintage hairstyles. Love the victory rolls and pin curls

vintage wedding hairstyles7. Do it with a French Twist- Once the only popular wedding hairstyle, the french twist is popping up everywhere. You can wear it messy like in the photo below of go with something much tighter for a neater and more classic look. Either way this DIY French Twist video will help. 

french twist8. Ride the Waves- I love hair waves. The look of loose wavy beach hair is soft and so romantic, but it isn't for everyone. Trust me I've tried. Here is a great step by step for mermaid curls or a video for how to get the beachy wavy look 

wavy hair9. Tie the Knot- a Knot Ponytail - The knot ponytail is perfect for the rustic wedding and it's a fun twist on the everyday pony. Here's a video to DIY the knot ponytail. How cute is this bride? 

the knot ponytail10. On the Romantic Side - hair that is styled to the side creates a very sweet and romantic look. Just make sure that you choose the side that will be in pictures, and facing your guests. Here is a video for how to get this sweet side sweep

side sweep style

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Chances are the hairstyle you go with will be a combination of any of these styles. I highly recommend going wih a pro for your wedding day and setting up a hair and make up trial before hand. But get creative and try out a bunch of different looks, by yourself or with a friend. Isn't that what bridesmaids are for? And choose a hairstyle that works well not only for the style of your wedding but for the type of hair you have. This way you are guaranteed a hairstyle that suits you and will last. 

Which hair trend do you love? 

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Reader Comments (14)

I've always liked long hair especially for a bride ! the one look I prefer is thevintage one with flowers in her hair !!! I also like the french twist style !!!!

August 29, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterrose

I love fishtail braids so much. I really need to learn how to do one!

August 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCiara

Great collection of hairstyles here. My favorite is the fishtail braid. Simple yet elegant!

August 30, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterhair extension heaven

That side-swept one is EXACTLY what I've been looking for! Thank you! I showed it to my hairstylist and she loves it. I'm excited to have found what I want!

September 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterScarlett

Oh Yay Scarlett- I'm glad I could help. I'd love to see your picture when it is all said and done.

September 11, 2012 | Registered Commentergirlywedding

ohhh..i love this super cool ..beautiful.

September 12, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLavadene Hair Extension

I love these up-do hairstyles.

December 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLily

nice blog about fashion gud work!!!!!!!!

January 10, 2013 | Unregistered Commenternarmi

What a great post, those are some nice hairstyles every bride should have a look at. No wonder it got over 600 <3 on weddinggawker

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August 11, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterkomal

Thanks for sharing these hairstyles! One of my friends actually used a human hair weave at her wedding and she looked really good! She had the little bit longer hair that she desired for such a long time, and she couldn't have been happier that day. It looked similar to the last picture listed, except her hair was a little darker.

August 29, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJoannie Price

The roughness of the cotton forces your hair cuticles open, making them more most likely to go every-which-way. Rather, press out excess water as quickly as you're out of the shower, then let your hair air-dry for 5 or ten minutes prior to blowdrying. Arnita Juras

October 30, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKate Theophilus

Wow these are all so beautiful I can't decide!

September 16, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterbridal hair

i get inspired from your post, these are some pretty hairstyles ideas that should every bridals knows.

December 5, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterupdos for long hair

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