Wedding Updo Tutorial for Curly Hair

Wedding hairstyles should be perfect and majestic, just like your big day is! Whether you go for a loose boho style with a floral crown on your head or choose a complicated wedding updo, your main task is the same: to look divine and ideal! If you are looking for charming wedding updos to try yourself or to ask a hairstylist to do it, have a nosey at this wedding updo tutorial for curly hair below!

Wedding Updo Tutorial for Curly Hair


Some of the wedding hairstyles are just for curly hair. With curls in they look majestic and fun. If you have thin and straight hair, the first step is curling. This means that you can try curling your hair either using heat or no-heat techniques. You do not have to come up with ideal curls; the main idea here is to make some waves/ curls with your hair, which will add volume to the final hairstyle. And it’s good to have those curls as close to head as possible.

You start up getting a small section of hair on the front part and securing the rest of the hair in a loose ponytail. You should divide the ponytail into three sections and use a twist and pull technique to get three interrelated messy buns on the back part. The technique is rather easy to use: each of the separated sections needs to be twisted. When done with the twisting procedure, you should take a tiny section of hair and pull the rest of the hair towards your head. The final result should be secured with the help of larger size bobby pins. Sometimes you might use more than one bobby pin for each bun depending on the thickness of the hair, as well as the final result of the bun.

Wedding Updo Tutorial for Curly Hair
The section, which was left on the front part, needs to be attached to the main three-part bun on the back. First you need to make it into three sections. The first line of hair can be attached to the top of the bun with the help of bobby pins. The second one should go somewhere in the middle, while the third one can be attached from the bottom part. You should try to make the style as natural as possible and try not to make any tight attachments; otherwise your hair will lose its volume.

As a final touch to the style, you can use any kind of hair accessories on your hair, such as flowers or small hats. Just make sure to pin them on the side opposite to the main styling not to make your wedding updo lose all its charm!

Wedding Updo Tutorial for Curly Hair

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