You can never go wrong with an elegant low updo for a wedding. Which version of the classic low bun do you prefer: a low twist or braids?
The Twisted Low Bun
This interpretation of the classic low bun has the retro inspired addition of the twisted hair roll! It's a striking hairstyle for a bride with a bold sense of style. The 1940s-style hair roll embellishment can be achieved by first prepping damp hair with a volumizing mousse like L'Oréal Professionnel's Full Volume Extra by Tecni.art.
After you've decided where you want your hair twist to start and end, separate that part of your hair and roll sections of your hair around your finger or a foam roller before securing with bobby pins. Finish the style with a wrapped bun or chignon at the base of your neck, and set the look with L'Oréal Professionnel Infinium Hairspray. If this all seems too tricky for your wedding morning, we would recommend booking in a professional hair stylist to set the style for you!
Braided Low Bun
This braided low bun starts with a braid, and ends in a bun! It's a more traditional bridal hairstyle than the twisted low bun - inherently elegant, and versatile enough to be worn with a variety of dresses.
The simple swept back nature of the hairstyle means it could be paired with a range of accessories, for example a fine metallic headband or swooping long earrings. As it is a classic look we would recommend more natural dewy makeup rather than anything too edgy. Ask your hairstylist to recommend accessories that will complement your gown, flowers and overall look, to make sure you are the best bride you can be on your special day!