5 Tips for Creating Hollywood Waves in Wedding Hair

When it comes to wedding hair, there are three key elements: volume, texture and shape. Think of it like a puzzle — a challenge even. Luckily, it’s one that we’ve seen time and time again in Tinseltown. But why? After all, this is the same as every other wedding: you have your bouffant updo, your low bun with volume or the classic side braid. There must be more to it than that, right? Well yes, there absolutely is! Check out these tips for creating Hollywood waves in wedding hair.


First, get a hair stylist who can give you some serious volume. Volume is key to creating Hollywood waves. And it’s one of the few hair styles that’s not just pinned up on the sides but down the back as well. Next, figure out what type of waves you want to go for. For example, curly girls will want to go for a more defined curl. And, for fine hair, it’s all about beach waves. Which type of waves do you want to go for? Before you even think about the tools, figure out how you want your hair to look. Are you going for beachy waves or curls? Now that you know the type, think about the look. Do you want to have texture or no texture? Do you want thick, wavy or thin waves? You need to think about these things in order to create the type of waves you want.


Next, you need to figure out the texture of your hair. You have three options here: fine, medium and coarse. Fine hair can be straightened or curled. It has low shine and low volume. The best thing to do with fine hair is have it layered to get some thickness. The hair underneath the waves can be messy and uneven. Medium hair is thick and often has some wave in it. Coarse hair is thick and has low wave in it — similar to your father’s hair.

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And now, for the shape of your waves. You have two options here: natural and pin-up. Natural shapes are more defined and pin-up shapes are more loose and messy. Natural shapes are more defined, and pin-up shapes are more messy. Which shape do you want?

Hold the shape with product

Finally, hold the shape with product. No matter what type of waves you’re going for, you need to hold it with product. It’s the one and only way to keep the waves looking natural and not frizzy. You have a few options here. You can go for a dry shampoo, a volumizing hairspray, a hairspray with hold and a mist spray. No matter what your hair type is, it’s important to have something holding the waves in place.

Salt spray for hold and shine

Next, salt sprays your hair. It’s no surprise since it’s the same as spraying your fries with salt. It’s all about the salt spray for hold and shine. It’s the one product you need to get the waves looking shiny without drying out your hair. And, it’s the same as when you’re having your hair done: your hair needs to be de-tangled, combed and then misted with a shine spray.


And, there you have it! It might seem like a daunting task, but it’s really not that difficult. If you want to create Hollywood waves, you just need to focus on the three key elements: volume, texture and shape. There are so many ways to do this and it is all about finding what works for you. Now, if you’re still feeling a little overwhelmed, then don’t worry. There are hair tutorials that walk you through each step of creating Hollywood waves. You can browse through the different types of waves and see which one looks best on you. And, even if you’re not looking to create Hollywood waves, you can always just get your hair styled. It doesn’t matter if it’s a classic updo, a side braid or a bun. Getting your hair styled is a great way to feel put together. Plus, it’s a great way to show off your new hairstyle! So remember, there is more to wedding hair than just having your hair up in a bun or a side braid. There are so many different ways to style your hair for your wedding and it’s important to find the one that suits you best.

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