Half-up half-down bridal hairstyles

Half-up half-down bridal hairstyles

If you’re the type of girl who can’t decide if you look better with your hair up or down, then this trend is perfect for you. Meeting in the middle between an up-do and loose locks, the style is quite diverse so there is something for everyone!

A half-up, half-down hairdo can be sophisticated, bohemian and more. So whether your wedding is formal or casual, your hair will fit in perfectly.

What makes this style even better, is that it has stood the test of time. For years brides have been rocking this look, as it can be recreated in many different ways.

Here are some variations to help you gather inspiration or to assist in finding the one that fits perfectly with your dress and decor:

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Some brides get super nervous about having their hair styled as it’s not something they usually do. But equally they worry about the longevity of a fully down style (mainly due to our lovely British weather) Something like this beautiful soft style by gold stylist N A T A S H A may be a great option! Soft and natural, pulled back but leaving hair down. The perfect middle ground combo 👌🏻 | To book Natasha it one of our makeup artists/hairstylists for your wedding please visit our website. Link in our bio | #surreybride #bridalhairlondon #bridesmaidhairlondon #surreyweddingmakeup #surreybridalmakeup #surreyweddingmakeupartist #surreymakeupartist #softweddinghair #halfupweddinghair

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Did you know that 8 out of 10 hairstylists are terrified of styling hair up? That’s real facts . Ask your regular hairstylist. When i worked behind the chair full time I think that out of the 15 girls I worked with, 3 of us wouldn’t pee our pants when an updo got into our books. Brides? Talk about a heart attack. This has been our main focus since day 1 . Setting trends, keeping up with them and always falling on the classics . Rule #1 when planning a wedding. Make sure you find someone who’s confident in styling . Don’t go to your hairstylist just because you feel like you’re cheating. He/she will likely thank you. Rule #1 If you are a hairstylist and you’re terrified of creating new looks: the first rule is to stop over thinking it. The more you do, the more anxiety kicks in and the more it doesn’t look like you wanted it to. So happy with this finished look today ❤️

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