Oh my God! My wedding day is here and it’s suppose to be extremely windy. How can I style my hair to suit the weather? Well, you certainly don’t want the stylist to spend an hour to two hours on the style only to get messed up. If you had plans on an extravagant style, quickly change it to something that will hold during this time. You can still make it look extravagant by adding extra hair accessories with a little bling.
Braided Bun Wrap
This style is perfect for everyday whether it’s rainy, windy, humid, or snowing. You can have a few pieces of hair dangle down from the sides, wear a exotic wispy bang, or wear it all slicked back with the braided bun wrapped up.
Creating The Look
You will need hairspray, bobby pins, comb, and accessories. Make sure to wash the hair 1-2 days before your wedding, especially knowing the weather is going to be bad. Dirty hair holds up better in the wind or rain.
Have the stylist or you comb the hair completely back. Pull all the hair into a ponytail. Placement can be on top of head, crown area, or nape of neck. If you are wearing a wedding veil make sure to play around with each section to see how the veil will coordinate with the bun.
Next braid the ponytail. Make a regular 3 strand, or create as many small braids until all the hair in the pony are used. Wrap the braid around pony base. Secure with one to two bobby pins. Then add a cute rhinestone comb, and veil.
Tangled Pin Curls With Ribbon
With this look you don’t have to worry about it being perfect. So if the wind blows it a little, it will give this style a little bit more flair.
Use tiny sections. Twist the hair around your finger and secure with bobby pins. Repeat until most of the head is curled. Then on the top section you can do the pin curls or make a braid going across the top of your head and decorate it with rope, lace, or rhinestones.
Tied And Messy Elegant Style
First scrunch the hair to create voluptuous waves. Leave a few wispy bangs hanging down on the forehead and create a slight poof on top. To hold place a decorative headband to match your gown.
Twist and curl the rest of the hair in all sorts of directions. Then wrap some ribbon in-between sections and let it hang loose.
Last wedding hairstyle for a windy/rainy day is two sided braids with front twist.
Part the hair straight down the middle in the back of the head. Then grab one side and braid it. You can use 3 strands, 4 strands, or twist it and braid. Once you get to the bottom of the braid, place a cute barrette to hold. Repeat on other side.
Then in front either create flat twists or another braid and pin it into one of the braids on the side.
Sources: Professional Beautician