10 wedding hairstyles gone wrong
Trending doesn't necessarily make it right.
If you spend any time on Pinterest, you may have seen the following wedding hairstyles — some of them have gotten re-pinned thousands of times. But just because something's trending doesn't make it right. What do you think of these popular wedding hair ideas?
1. Too-creative braids. I'm all about a wedding braid, but this one is a little...loopy.
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And this one gives me chills in a bad way. Snake!
2. "Exotic" flowers. Flowers in your hair and flowers made of hair — there's a big difference.
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3. Overwrought updos. I think these two were going for "messy updo" but ended up confused and overcomplicated instead.
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4. XXL curls. Yes, one can argue that one's wedding is the ultimate "go big or go home" hair moment. But when you could hide your groom under there, perhaps you've taken the teasing a tad too far?
5. Too many tuck-ins. Sticking some little pearls or blossoms throughout your hair is such a lovely bridal touch, but it shouldn't look like your updo held up a Michaels crafts store.
6. Just too much.
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Then again, it's amazing what you can pull off when wearing a gorgeous white wedding dress, so maybe I'm just being uptight. To each her own.
Have you seen any kinda-kooky wedding hairstyles lately, online or in real life? Are there any wedding hair trends you dislike? Share below!
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