3 Fresh Wedding Hairstyles for 2016

When it comes to wedding day elegance, there's a few things at Beauty Asylum that are more important than a perfectly positioned hairstyle. Regardless of whether you're looking for glamour in long, silken locks, or you're searching for a flirty, casual style, making the right decision for your wedding look can be enough to have you tearing out your curls. 

Fortunately for you, we're going to show you three of the freshest, and most appealing wedding hairstyles for 2016, perfect for romantic inspiration

1. The Low Bun/Chignon


The Chignon is a French style designed to sit perfectly on the nape of the neck. Essentially, this low bun can be anything you want it to be - from sleek and sophisticated, to ethereal and loose. If you haven't decided whether or not you want to wear your hair up for the big day, this chignon could offer you the perfect balance between an up-do and a casual hair-down style. What's more, it suits a variety of bridal looks, and can be altered according to your specific personality through the addition of veils, accessories, and clips, just take a look at this beautiful example

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2. The Romantic/Whimsical Braid


Braids have been a popular choice for brides for some time now - a fact that's not likely to change during 2016. For a more romantic, flirtatious look, many brides prefer to opt for soft waves and loose pieces of hair throughout a flowing braid. This whimsical style adds some softness to a bride's appearance, and can provide a rustic fairytale aspect when properly styled and accessorized.

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3. Floating Floral Pieces


Finally, if you love the natural beauty of blossoms, then 2016 could be the perfect year for you, as bouquets are no longer the only way to add some flowery flourish to your look. Stylists can weave and coil blooms through strands of your hair for a mystical style, or place flowers throughout a braid for a carefully managed and elegant appearance. 

The most popular option for this look is to stick to loose and romantic styles using soft pastel colors, however floral pieces could also provide a bold option for individuals who are looking to add a burst of bright color to a summer wedding. 

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