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Styles for curly brides

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Whether you're still on the fence about how to rock your curls for your upcoming nuptials, or are planning ahead for the big day, one of the most important things about your bridal look is how you style your curls. Fortunately, you don't need to change your natural texture in order to have a gorgeous, true-to-you style on your wedding day. Here are some fabulous styles for curly brides. Give them a look, and make sure you let us know which are your favorites in the comments.

Flower twist:

We love this look because it shows off your curl's natural texture, and works great for a variety of lengths. Whether your hair is waist length or shoulder length, this look is super simple, timeless, and so sweet. You can dress it up with some natural wildflowers, or add in some jewels, pearl clips, or a veil to customize it just for you.

Braided fauxhawk:

Weddings aren't just about being dainty; for a lot of women they're about celebrating their fierceness, and that completely shines through in this braided fauxhawk look. The small braids keep your hair back out of your face during the big day, so you won't have to worry about your curls frizzing up or dropping during your all night dance-a-thon. However, you'll still get to show off your natural texture, while looking like a total Viking warrior princess. Really, it's the best of both worlds.

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Rolled under:

Not all women want their hair down on their big day, and that's totally ok. However, you don't have to forgo style or function, nor give up showing off your natural curls. This look gives you the best of all worlds, and allows you to wear your hair is a stylish, functional updo while still looking romantic. This bride chose to add a circlet, but you could also do a flower wreath, a headpiece, barrettes, or a veil to really make it your own. Add a few extra bobby pins if you have very thick curls to help your strands stay in place.

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