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Chic hairstyles for brides with fringes, from updos to gorgeous accessorizing, you can create the perfect bridal bangs!
Attention ladies rocking fringes also know as bangs! We are lovers of locks here at the One Fab Day HQ and a particular favourite look of ours is the fringe, from the baby doll to the pixie and all the fringe types in between that ladies have these days! It came up on my radar, thanks to the lovely Karen (creative extraordinaire and One Fab Day lady!), that when it comes to hairstyles, having a fringe can put a real spanner in the works! So if you’re pulling out your hair (fringe included) trying to find a gorgeous wedding hairstyle with a fringe to suit you then look no further for some inspiration and tips…
Bouffants & Beehives
Firstly don’t be afraid to experiment. As soon as you’ve nailed down your wedding dress and style, be it boho or classic, test out a few styles. One style that definitely stands out from the crowd and can suit many different bridal looks, is the Bouffant or Beehive. Although a symbol of the 60s, this look can easily be translated into a more modern bridal hairstyle for those ladies with fringes. The key is to have height at the crown, the extra volume gives a sophisticated ladylike elegance to the hairstyle and the addition of a fringe keeps it feminine and playful!
Personally I love the trend towards wedding hair with flower garlands, they are such a pretty addition to a boho bride’s look. Contrary to what you might initially think, if you have a fringe you can wear this as your wedding hairstyle, just make sure the garland sits above your fringe – nobody likes a flat fringe! Especially important is to keep the florals simple and small to medium in size so that the garland doesn’t overpower your face or flatten down your fringe.
If you’re thinking of a more classic wedding hairstyle then a sleek up-do with an addition of a headband of bow will give your fringe context and definition. On the other hand, if you’re thinking more natural and untamed for the bridal hair, then a feather or flower headband adds texture and depth.
Updos, Side Ponytails & Low Buns
A sweeping side ponytail or plait, a messy up-do or a tailored low bun can can look fantastic with simple accessories like headbands, tulle flowers or feathers.
Veils & Birdcages
Last but not least, the all important veil (if you’re having one!). Having a fringe shouldn’t turn you off the look, I think the extra hair frames the face beautifully giving definition under the veil. As you can see from the above image a birdcage veil doesn’t overpower the brides face instead it sits neatly on the fringe. If you’re dreaming of a more traditional veil, a veil that sits at the back of your head under a bun can fall beautifully, you can add layers or netted tulle to get the volume you desire…