Post # 1
Is it just me or is the long hair with sof curls and the messy bun soooooo over done for hair styles on brides. Maybe its me, but when i type in hairstyles for brides i always get the same hair dos. Im kind just over it. The long hair with soft curls, lets call it the Kim Kardashian Do, well thats my normal hair on a regular day. I just feel like we are in 2013. Lets do something a bit different girls. So that is why for my hair I am going to try and achieve this look. With the big hair piece and all. Let me know what you think. This isnt to offend anyone. Those hairstyles are gorgeous. I just feel like they have come, and come, and come…and now need to be let GOOOOO lol.
Post # 3
That’s super cute! I did a tight sock bun for my hair and loved it!
Post # 4
i’m not “over it,” and don’t really think it’s a “trend” or anything like that. i don’t see anything wrong with having loose curls or a messy bun- they work good for a lot of different hair colors/lengths/textures, which is probably why they are used so often. it’s all about preference i guess. for example, i would never wear my hair like the picture you posted. it’s just not “me.” i wanted a romantic look, so i am going with a messy bun. it fits me very well and i think it is timeless, so what is wrong with that?
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
@mrs_brownie: NOTHING is wrong with that. 🙂 Wear the hairstyle that you love, and nevermind if someone else says that it’s “soooooo over done”.
OP- You may want to re-phrase your post to be a little nicer to people who make choices that are different than your own. There’s more than one way to be a bride.
Post # 7
@lovekiss: +1 to that, everyone has their own style, i still love the messy bun look however im doing a half up for the wedding. I personally dont see enough half up styles around, there should be more!
I do love the OP’s pic aswell its very classy. Its just not something I would wear ( i dont think I could pull off that look either haha)
Post # 8
@future_behal: definitely beautiful !
Post # 9
@lovekiss: I dont think i have to rephrase anything. Like i said this wasnt to offend anyone. they are gorgeous and alot of women do those hairstyle because they are common and are easy to do, you dont really have to go to a salon if your confident enough to do it on your own.. I jus think its nice to see some varitey and uniqueness. For instance Hilary Duffs hair for her wedding was a top bun and i thought it was gorgeous. Once Again this wasnt to offend anyone or say you are wrong for liking that type of look. I just would like to see hairstyle that are more out of the norm.
Post # 10
@myluverbuny: i’ll be doing half up.
OP I also don’t think it’s a trend. I have long wavy hair and my mom put me in buns and long wavy curls since I was little…so like a 27 year old trend I guess.
Post # 11
I do think it could be a fade, but I also don’t care because I love the messy bun and that’s what I’m going with! I think a messy bun gives a softer appearance. And I love the long loose curls/wavy hair because tight ringlets are too Shirley Temple and do not like them at all.
Post # 12
I prefer the curl/messy look. Only because for me it takes more work. You will almost always find my hair polished straight or in a high bun on a regular day. So I went the other way for my wedding. No matter what the look works for each of us.
Post # 13
that picture is very pretty. I have baby-fine, shoulder-length hair, so that would NEVER work for me. But more power to you if it works with your hair and fits your sense of style.
I do kind of think it’s interesting that in the same sentence you say you’re not trying to offend anyone, but then say you think a lot of women probably wear that style because it’s “common” and “easy.” I have a feeling a lot of women actually wear that style because it’s flattering on them and it fits their vision for their wedding, not because they want to save a few dollars at the salon.
Post # 14
yea, I think it very much depends on your hair type. I have very fine hair so my hair doesn’t hold curls and doesn’t pull off messy very well. I did a smooth side chignon. I think people pick what they feel like fits them and what will make them look beautiful/different then their normal look.
Post # 15
love long curls, messy buns etc… but it’s all about what you feel comfortable in … your choice is beautiful I don’t understand how she gets the front part to look like that i see divide the pony tail but what is it folded over on ?
Post # 16
I just feel like we are in 2013. Lets do something a bit different girls.
I am pretty sure big hair pieces like the one you have in your picture was a big “trend”in 2012. I think the style of the bun you chose is a pretty look but nothing about it screams unique to me. Which is fine- sometimes things are popular because they are beautiful and classic. I find that more appealing then striving to be completely different from every other bride out there.