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10 Celebrity-Approved Hairstyles You Can Wear to Your Wedding

Screenshot these, brides-to-be!
10 Celebrity-Approved Hairstyles You Can Wear to Your Wedding
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Screenshot these, brides-to-be!

Along with picking the perfect dress, all brides-to-be should also plan their beauty look wisely. When it comes to choosing a hairstyle, consider these often-forgotten factors: your hair length, the weather, the wedding's location, and what you're wearing. From there, you can easily choose the 'do that will make you look and feel your best on your big day. If you're a bit stuck on ideas, here are 10 you can show your hairstylist!

1. Iza Calzado

You can never go wrong with a classic clean updo, but to add dimension to your locks, ask your stylist to give some volume on your crown area.

2. Winwyn Marquez

If you feel that a regular updo is too plain, accessorize with a dainty barette!

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3. Kira Balinger

For that effortless vibe, go with a loose 'do with a ton of loose tendrils to frame your face.

4. Rachelle Ann Go

Make the most out of thick, long hair by opting for a dreamy crown braid!

5. Kyline Alcantara

Pull your shortest strands out to create face-framing layers for a loose bun.

6. Jessy Mendiola

Updos tend to accentuate a large forehead, so in case that's a concern of yours, get yourself a wispy fringe for your big day!

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7. Klea Pineda

Tuck your waves back with a hair accessory not only to highlight your wedding dress but also to flaunt your long locks!

8. Ylona Garcia

If your gown is on the minimalist side, opting to have your hair down for the ceremony will add more drama to your look without being over-the-top.

9. Barbie Imperial

A half-up, half-down hairstyle works for both the ceremony and the reception because you don't have to worry about it being too clean or too stuffy to dance in!

10. Erich Gonzales

Love a ponytail? You can absolutely wear one to your wedding! Just part yours wisely (use your face shape as a guide!) and don't forget to leave some loose strands to soften the look.

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