5 Bridal Hair Trends on the Runway

Wedding season is here. And, between finding the perfect venue, the perfect dress and planning the perfect party, it’s safe to say brides-to-be have a lot on their plate.

But, when it comes to looking your best on your big day, it’s all in the details – freshly manicured nails (Essie’s Marshmallow or Ballet Slippers are great colors for the occasion), complementing makeup and lip stick, and a flawless hairstyle.

Here at Patrick Taleb Salon, our stylists are creating all kinds of beautiful bridal hairstyles, inspired from the latest trends from this year’s bridal fashion shows. If you’re looking for hair-spiration for your wedding day, check out these 5 wedding hair trends from 2013’s bridal runways:

Caged Veils
Long veils are classic and always in style, but if you’re looking for something new to transform your look, a caged veil creates a chic, vintage style. Pairing this hair accessory with a simple updo dresses up any hair style, and is definitely a trend that’s here to stay! Plus, you can choose a veil that works best with your hair and dress – whether it’s flowers, feathers, pearls or rhinestones.

Long veils are classic and in style

Elaborate Hair Pieces & Headbands
An embellished hair accessory is another great addition to a simple updo. Headbands also complement a sleek chignon perfectly. This bridal trend has been seen all over the runways, and can be the best alternative to brides who don’t want to wear a veil on their big day.

Elaborate Hair Pieces & Headband

Vintage Hairdos
Retro dos are making a comeback, and we love it! An elegant look like this one can make a statement by itself, or can be worn with a veil or hair accessory. Vintage-inspired looks can be sleek and elegant or retro and fun, depending on the style you want to achieve. Either way, it’s trending and fabulous.

Vintage Hairdos

Braids, Braids, Braids
Although brides in braids aren’t necessarily a new trend, this bridal hair style is still popular on the runway. You can create all kinds of hair styles with braiding, and they add an element of fun and dimension to your overall look.

Patrick Taleb Salon and Spa Hair Style Look 6

Sleek and Simple
Sometimes an elaborate, over-the-top dress calls for soft, sleek and simple hair. We are seeing more and more brides with their hair down, as an alternative to putting it up. You can also add a simple twist in the front, and show off your natural length in the back. Remember, this is only ideal for an indoor wedding (bad weather could cause frizz and flat hair).

Wedding Hair Down Sleek and Simple Hair Style

Which bridal hair trend is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

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