Brides today are aiming for the perfect bridal look, from their hair to the accessories, and hairstyle plays a big part in making an impression. Long updos remain the most popular hairstyle option for most brides, as it is a cute, elegant and classic look that never goes out of style. If you have a round face, you know that it can be tricky to find a style that best flatters your face shape. Don’t fret, though! We’ve rounded up some of the best long updo wedding hairstyles for round faces so you can look effortlessly beautiful on your special day.
For an effortless, romantic look, stray curls are the right way to go. To get this look, curl your hair by sections and pull them slightly away from your face and gather them into a side bun. Leave a few pieces of hair in front to frame your face and accessorize with a few sparkling pins.
Textured mini bun
Rock a big bun with some airy textures for a bold and glamorous look. This is a classic up-do that looks modern and fresh no matter which wedding theme you choose. Gather your locks into a low chignon and secure it with bobby pins. To add more definition, you can give the tousled pieces a twist for extra volume.
Half-up half-down braided
Get the best of both worlds with this half-up, half-down hairstyle. Start off by separating the top section of your hair and dividing it into two parts. Start braiding one of the pieces away from your face and the second piece towards your face and the second piece towards your face. Secure each braid with an elastic band before pinning them back. Get a fuller braid by pulling apart the hair at the ripples.
Work your way around a waterfall braid as you move your hair around the crown of your head. Start with your hair parted down the middle with a bit of volume and add braids to each side. This look will definitely help your face appear longer and more oval. Add some sparkly pins for an extra glamorous look.
A high ponytail will keep your round face looking more oval and defined. To get this look, you can pull your hair into a high ponytail at the crown of your head and use a light hairspray to keep it all in place. To finish the look, add some jewellery to the strands at the back and sides to give your face an extra lift.
Half up bouffant
If you have bangs or longer layers in front, a half