When you're chosen to be part of the entourage, You can bet that you'll be in almost every picture next to the bride and groom. It goes without saying that you have to look your best at the wedding.
So for today, we're going to help you score pretty hair. We know it can be expensive to hire a hairstylist—their rate ranges from P2,000 to as much as P5,000 per head. Doin it yourself is key when you want to save money but still look great! Below, we collected bridesmaid- and wedding guest-appropriate hairstyle tutorials that are easy-to-follow and yield lovely, picture-perfect results.
Low knotted bun
This low knotted bun is perfect for DIY hairstyling newbies. It doesn't require much effort and skills!
Easy Low Ponytail
We personally think the low ponytail is the easiest wedding guest-appropriate hairstyle to master. This tutorial shows how you can make the classic hairdo more polished. It will barely take you five minutes to finish this—we promise!
A bridesmaid hairstyle list would not be complete without the chignon. Master this look so you'll finally have a go-to hairdo for special occasions.
Cool-Girl Undone Waves
Score messy undone waves without a hairstylist by following this quick tutorial by Tanya Burr. She simply grabs a random small section of her hair, forms it into a wave, and presses it in between the flat iron plates.
Twisted Crown Braid
If you're attending a garden wedding, you must try this hairstyle. The undone waves plus the loose braids create a relaxed boho vibe.
Topsy Tail Crown Hairstyle
Now if you've got short bob, you can still make it look romantic with the help of clear hair elastics. In this tutorial by Milabu, she ties a small chunk of hair in the front and tucks the ends in—aka the topsy hairstyle move. She repeats the step until she can connect the two twisted sections at the back of her head.
Romantic Twisted Updo
This soft updo goes well with delicate and frothy dresses. You can try adorning the twist with small fresh flowers, too.
*This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.