7+ gorgeous bridal hairstyles for any stunning bride with long locks

You’ve dreamt of this. Envisioned all of the wonderful details. And now the time has come. You are a bride-to-be, ready to walk down the aisle with the love of your life. This will be your wedding and everything will be beautiful for you from the dress to the shoes, to the gorgeous makeup and, yes, the hair. The bridal hair must be stylish, gorgeous and compliment the bride in every way.
If you have long, beautiful locks and are looking for hairstyles, then look no further. You cannot go wrong with this collection of elegant, stunning hair designs. Bobby pins and pretty decorative hair accessories become efficient helpers for simple yet chic styles. Discover what you can create with updos, pretty braids, side parts or ponytails for your special day.
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Half up half down twist
Discover how to create a half up, half down twist design, a simple yet elegant hairstyle perfect for a walk down the aisle. You’ll create this twist with a few easy steps and finish off with two beautiful decorative pins.
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With the top half of your hair, gather hair into a loose ponytail. Twist the ponytail and loop it through a hole in the top half of the ponytail, creating a simple twist. By adding sparkly hairpins, you’ll give this hairstyle a memorable elegance.
Voluminous curly updo
This voluminous curly updo evokes elegance and beauty. Curling long locks creates fantastic waves. This look involves twisting the front of the hair and securing the locks with bobby pins. With the back of the hair, a loose ponytail twisted into a low, fluffed bun creates an elegant wavy look.
Chunky soft half up braid
A lovely side French braid creates a wonderful bridal look. A curling iron adds nice, long curls. Instead of starting a French braid in the center, you can gather hair at the side of your scalp and braid at an angle. Secure the braid with a small band and bobby pins, and finish off with a sparkly hairpin accessory.
Long braid with a floral accessory
Here is a romantic loose Dutch braid bridal style, accessorized with a fun floral piece to dress up the look. Bobby pins secure the floral piece down the back of the Dutch braid.
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With this style, a loose Dutch braid down the middle of your hair gives a lovely look. Secure the top of the floral piece with a bobby pin at the top of your hair, and zigzag the floral piece down the braid with bobby pins. The addition of a few loose tendrils beside your face will soften the look.
Pulled to one side with a clip
This is a quick and elegant bridal hairstyle. A loose tendril to brush against your face will finish the look. It's easy to achieve yet beautiful.
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For this hairstyle, simply brush your hair back and to the side, creating a side part. Twist hair in the front all the way down the side until the back of the ear, securing with bobby pins. For an elegant embellishment, add sparkly hairpins into the hair twist.
Loose braided low bun
This is such a delicate looking bridal hairstyle. The addition of a decorative stretch headband gives it an extra special touch for any bride.
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Discover how to pull your hair back into a low ponytail and loosen it. By creating a simple three-strand braid, you will give it a fluffed-out appearance. Wrap the braid into a low bun at the nape of your neck and soften the look with wisps of hair by the sides of your face.
Voluminous curled ponytail with accessory
A curled ponytail works well for a summer wedding because hair is up and out of the bride’s face. The addition of sparkly hair pins complements the look.
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This hairstyle involves a high ponytail technique. Learn just how easy it is to use a teasing comb to add volume and texture to your hair. After smoothing out the top with a few brush strokes, you can add sparkly, decorative hairpins to finish off this glam look.
Half up half down
Here is a softer bridal hairstyle. With a curling iron, you can create wavy locks. The look is elevated with a delicate ribbon headband.
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Discover how to curl loose strands toward the crown of your head. Brush out the curls to soften the locks into lovely waves. With a side part, pull hair back into a half up, half down style. You can top off this style with a ribbon headband on top of your head, tying the ends beneath a small ponytail. For a final touch, brush your bangs aside and twist, securing with a bobby pin.
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