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6 Easy and Weatherproof Ways To Style Textured Hair For a Beach Wedding

Add a Crown Braid or Twist

By Bukky Ojeifo · August 17, 2017

If you’re a blushing bride planning a destination wedding on the beach, choosing a weatherproof hairstyles is one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make. Humidity and wind can easily take your hair from “girl, yas!” to a hot mess in seconds. Here, we’ve gathered six simple, but stylish ‘dos that will hold up against the elements and look pretty amazing in pictures, too. 

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Anything that tucks your ends away (i.e. protective style) is the easiest way to ensure your strands will stay in place during a breezy beach ceremony. The added bonus is that you wont have to worry about doing your hair during the honeymoon.


An oversized brooch or pin is not only stylish, but will keep flyaways from wreaking havoc on your big day. And who doesn't love the touch of elegance it brings to an outdoorsy setting.  


No fussy strands will be flying in and out of your face when you make it official with the love of your life! Opting for a crown braid or twist in the front of your head will keep strands from flying over your face, making it easier for a photographer to capture your most precious moments.


This may seem counterintuitive for some, but if having your hair down is an absolute must for your wedding ceremony, a wavy style is your best bet. With spiral and perm-rod curls sure to bounce around in the wind and potentially drop under humid temps, opting for a wavier style will make it easier to conceal sweated out roots. And the upside is that wavier strands look just as gorgeous when they grow in size.

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Pin straight 'dos are easy enough to maintain, but, be sure to seal the deal with an anti-humidity spray, such as the Macadamia Hair Finishing Spray.


You simply cannot got wrong with a simple, yet statement-making sleek middle part ponytail! And if you want something a little more dramatic, delegate this 'do to your bridesmaids instead.