Couples who still push through their wedding dates during the pandemic are now opting for simpler and more intimate ceremonies since mass gatherings aren't recommended. This led to most brides scaling down their looks—most ladies prefer to wear modest dresses than grand gowns. Also, there is a rise in brides choosing to be their own glam team.
If you're a quarantine bride, we made things easier for you. Below, the polished hairstyles that you do by yourself—we promise!
Part your hair on one side and gather all your tresses and tie it to a low ponytail. Coil it to create a low bun.
This hairstyle looks good whether you opt to curl or straighten your hair. Part your hair in the center and place pretty barrettes on each side.
Whether you curl or straighten your strands, this hairstyle is pretty easy to master!
Straight and sleek
Keep things simple by creating a center part and pressing your strands with a straightener. Massage some shine serum on the ends for a glossy, more polished look.
If you want to look extra sophisticated and put together, style your hair into a high ponytail.
Soft high bun
A high bun can look youthful if you style a center part and bunch up the hair loosely to create a soft, romantic effect.
You don't really need a curling iron to produce beachy waves. Try this heat-free and tamad-girl friendly method: Tie your damp hair in a bun and let the curls set for a few hours. Unravel the waves and brush to create the desired look. Spritz hairspray to lock in the curls.
Make an ordinary half-ponytail look special by letting some side bangs frame the face.
'90s Flipped Ends Lob
If you're used to straightening your hair, this look is pretty easy to score. Simply grab a flat iron and flip the ends inwards to create a voluminous and bouncy effect.
Low Ponytail with Big Bow
Elevate a simple low ponytail by adding a silk bow.
* This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.