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Four Beautiful Updo Hairstyles To Wear To A Wedding

It's wedding season and you know exactly what that means. Time to search for the perfect dress, but most of all the perfect hairstyle.

I mean, of course you could throw your hair up in a ponytail or throw in a couple curls, but why be ordinary when you can be amazing? Let's not get too out of hand, you don't want to upstage the bride, but you do want to be seen. Your first step is to book a hair appointment. We all know you can do your own hair and save some pocket change, but a beautician can do it better.
Don't waste hours flipping through the pages in those hair booklets while you wait to be called to the back of the salon, I've compiled five beautiful hairstyles that are perfect and easy for wedding guest. You might not be the bride now, but go for one of these looks and he'll definitely put a ring on it soon enough.

The Finger Wave: 1920's Meet 2015

Let's talk finger waves. An easy, classic hairstyle that is both chic, sexy and fun. Talk about taking it back, way back. This is a great look for both short and longer hair. Timeless hairstyles are always the best.

The Birds Nest Meets French Braid:

This hairstyle is enticing to say the least. Instead of using a curl wand on your hair and letting your curls hang, bring your curls into a birds nest type of style featuring a beautiful loose side braid. Gorgeous and simple. Simple is always better, don't you think?

The Braided Bun:

This rather simple, yet romantic hairstyle is perfect for a wedding. The sleek pun pulled back added by a stylish braid will bring so much attention to you -- good attention, of course.

The French Braid Pompadour:

If you thought the french braid was too simple to be worn to a wedding, think again! This updated take on the french braid is simply beautiful and who doesn't love a pompadour? It brings attention to your hair without taking too much attention from your face.
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