One of the most romantic and elevated bridesmaid hairstyles, particularly those with lobs or tresses that reach just below the shoulders, is old Hollywood curls, which are perfect for black-tie ballrooms.
A ponytail is the right mix of formal and whimsical. Additionally, it's one of the simplest hairstyles for short-haired bridesmaids to do yourself.
A soft half-updo is great for adding height at the crown while still having hair around your face and neckline.
Twisting your hair with a curling iron or rollers adds depth and creates a beachy appearance perfect for summer seaside parties. A center part lets waves fall organically and frame your face.
This haircut appears complicated but is easy to do. In a low ponytail, divide your hair into two portions and secure each with an elastic.
A voluminous blowout is perfect for someone who feels best with hair framing their face. No professional is needed for this look.
For formal events at a winery or other luxury setting with striking earrings, the expert recommends this ensemble.
Braid some head tendrils to get this style. Gather all your hair, including the braided pieces, at the nape of your neck and twist the ponytail counterclockwise.
Embracing your natural hair texture—curly or straight—is attractive and authentic. This style is low-maintenance, however anti-frizz spray may help with humidity.
From beach weddings to ballroom galas, this haircut works. After twisting your ponytail counterclockwise and tying a rubber band around it, add face-framing tendrils for dimension.
This elegant style eliminates tension from curls falling flat or stray parts leaving your updo. Blow dry your hair and then flat iron each strand for this shine.
This hairstyle requires a curling iron, however rollers may be used instead. Brush or finger-brush your curls for a relaxed appearance.
Attach an ornate barrette or pearl-studded pin to your bun for extra flair at a luxurious gathering on a city rooftop or in a European garden.
This 1960s-inspired haircut involves pulling the front two pieces of your hair firmly back, tucking them behind your other hair, and pinning them at the nape of your neck with bobby pins.