When thinking of glam hairstyles, the first thing that comes to mind is old Hollywood movies where the actresses had big curls and sleek waves. Of course, the statement making hairstyles helped to achieve a look of luxury.

Alexandre de Paris

Big voluminous curls paired with a deep side part is an easy way to achieve a glam look. Break out your hot rollers or have your stylist use a big barreled curling iron to coax your hair into this classic style.

Shaun Alexander Photography

Hazelwood Photo

Having shorter hair doesn’t mean that you can’t choose a glamorous style for your wedding day. Use accessories like the bride above to keep your bangs out of your face or fake a bob by pinning all your curls under for a fresh, full look (below).

Robert Coppa Photography

Robert Coppa Photography 1

Don’t be afraid to adorn your glamorous ‘do with a clip or pin. It will add a unique detail to your sophisticated look. Choose an accessory that complements the details of your dress or jewelry to create a cohesive and consistent style.

Onsite Muse

Rebekah Senter Photography

Pulling your hair all the way up and out of your face is an option that most no-fuss brides choose to wear on their wedding day.  Twist it back and secure it with a fun mini veil like the bride above or go for a more retro look with a high pony and side swept bang (below). If you’re going for a glam updo like these, don’t forget to keep bobby pins and hairspray on hand – especially if your ceremony is outdoors.

Birdie Salon

A sleek bouffant is the look of choice for brides who want a timeless style. Smooth and sophisticated, this hairstyle goes great with statement earrings.

Mackensey Alexander Photography

Go all-out volume for a glam look that will turn heads. The side part and big curls combine the best details of glamorous styles to create a bold style that is completely fabulous.

Thomas Babeau Photography

Credits:   Alexandre de Paris   |   Shaun Alexander Photography  |   Hazelwood Photo   |   Robert Coppa Photography   |   Onsite Muse   |   Rebekah Senter Photography   |   Birdie Salon   |   Lee Stafford   |   Mackensey Alexander Photography   |   Thomas Babeau Photography