9 Edgy Wedding Hairstyles

Posted by Nick Coons on

Most wedding hairstyles are french twists, subtle curls, and luscious chignons. That's all fine and dandy, but what about the rest of us who like to walk a bit more on the wild, hipster side? We need a little inspiration too. Something a bit less politician's wife, and a bit more viking warrior goddess. Here are 9 edgy wedding hairstyles we love right now:

 

 

1. Slicked Back

Show off your high-fashion side with a classic, bold slicked back style

Slicked back wedding hair

 

[photo via Style Me Pretty]

2. Elegant Cornrows

Once a traditional African style of hair grooming, cornrows are being seen in more and more weddings:

 

9 Edgy Wedding Hairstyles

 

[photo: Valerie and Company Photographer]

3. Ponytail Quiff

Ponytails aren't just for little girls anymore. Keep your neck cool this warm season with a soft quiff updo.

 

Ponytail Quiff

[photo via: Trendy-hairstyles-for-women.com]

4. Striking Red

They say you can't wear red for your wedding, but that doesn't mean you can't infuse your locks with some daring scarlet.

 

Striking Red

 

[photo by: Sammy & Me Photography]

5. Single Braid

Braided updos are a dime a dozen. Show off your cool, bohemian side with a long, straight do with a single, chunky side braid.

 

Single Braid

 

[photo by: Amanda K Photography]

6. 50s Funny Lady

Try this gorgeous 50s updo that is both classic and modern edge at the same time.

 

50s Funny Lady

 

 

[photo via: Refinery 29]

7. Faux Hawk

Luckily, you don't have to take the side-shave plunge when trying to achieve the mohawk look. This can be achieved with a few bobby pins, and a little bit of trickery.

 

Faux Hawk

 

 

[photo via: Yahoo.com]

8. Bold Bouffant

We don't care what anyone says, you can pull off a punk blue bouffant without looking like Marge Simpson.

 

Bold Bouffant

 

 

[photo via Style Me Pretty]

9. Lagertha

Show off your viking warrior side with a beautiful viking-inspired faux hawk braid.

 

Lagertha hairstyle

 

 

[photo via: Twist Me Pretty]

 

How will you be wearing your hair for your wedding day? Let us know in the comment section below this post.



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