15 Summer Wedding Hairstyles For Guests – Summer weddings are a great time to be creative with your hair.
You can try all kinds of styles, from braids, buns and ponytails to colorful twists.
If you’re attending a summer wedding and want to look your best, check out these great ideas for summer wedding hairstyles for guests:
The Slicked Back Ponytail
To properly achieve this look, you’ll want to start with a good quality hair product. A little bit of mousse or gel can be enough for some people but others may need something stronger such as hair spray or hairspray.
Dry your hair thoroughly before styling it so that it looks sleek and shiny rather than dull and flat. If you’re looking to add volume, use a blow dryer on low heat while working in the product from root to tip until it’s evenly distributed throughout your strands.
Run your fingers through the length of your locks one last time before creating a smooth end result by brushing them straight back with an over-sized paddle brush (if possible). Make sure not to tug too hard because this might cause breakage later on down the line!
Secure with an elastic around ponytail holder at nape if needed; then finish off by spraying liberally all over head until it looks shiny and voluminous without feeling heavy or stiff at all!
The Boho Braided Bun
Take your top section of hair and create a braid. Secure it with a hair tie, which can be done at the base of your neck or at the nape of your neck, depending on how low-key you’re going.
Now take the rest of your hair and create another braid that starts from just behind one ear and wraps around to meet up with the first one; then secure both braids together with another hair tie as close to the scalp as possible without causing discomfort (you could also opt for an elastic headband if you prefer).
If desired, tease or backcomb this section before securing in order to add volume and give it more movement when released later on in step 4 below!
Use a blow dryer on medium heat for about 30 seconds until damp but not wet—make sure not to get too close!
This will help set everything into place once removed so that it doesn’t fall apart while trying out other styles later down the road–which may happen since there are so many great ones available here today!
You might want something else though: we highly recommend using texturizing spray after styling because doing so adds texture while providing shine; plus its light formula won’t weigh down fine strands like those found within updos such as these ones here today (which tend towards being heavier due their nature).”
The Messy and “Looped” Bun
To create this look, you’ll need one hair elastic. You can use a bobby pin or a straightener to smooth out any flyaways.
Next, grab a brush and start smoothing down the hair at the crown of your head (where it’s most likely to frizz).
Then, take all of your locks and twist them into a loose bun on top of your head.
Secure with an elastic band or ribbon so that they don’t get tangled up when moving around during the wedding festivities—which is important since everyone will be drinking champagne!
For more volume at night (and for those who want their updo looser), use several bobby pins to secure each piece of looped hair into place during the day so that they stay put throughout dinner and dancing later on in the evening.
The Side-Part Updo
The Side-Part Updo is a classic look that you can easily recreate. To get the look, pull your hair back into a ponytail and then part it to one side.
Gather all of your hair into a low ponytail, securing it with a hair elastic.
Twist the ponytail around itself to form a bun and secure with bobby pins if necessary (I like to hide my elastic band under this bun for added security). Set with hairspray.
The Wavy Ballet Bun
To pull off this look, start by curling your hair with a flat iron. Next, create a low bun and secure it with bobby pins. Be sure to use hairspray on the ends of your hair to keep them in place!
If you have shorter locks or are going for an easier hairstyle, try the wavy ballet bun! To achieve this look, use a curling iron on damp hair and pin your waves loosely in place with bobby pins.
Then take all of those loose tendrils and twist them around until they form a bun shape—you may need some bobby pins down there too!
Once you’ve finished twisting all of those pieces together, spray some hairspray onto them to give them extra hold.
We hope that this summer wedding hairstyles for guests article has inspired you to try some new hairstyles for your next big event! We love sharing our knowledge with others, so please let us know if there are any other hairstyles or ideas that we should cover.