9 Edgy Wedding Hairstyles

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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