Image by Joseph Koprek via Esther and Omar’s Spring Winery Wedding

Now that we’ve reached Spring, it’s time to admire haircuts and hairstyles made for the warmer weather. The following hair trends are not only outside the box but are also currently trendy go-tos (having been witnessed on the runway for this season!) if you’re looking for a new cut or style for an upcoming wedding!

Tidal Wave

The tidal wave is a variation of classic ‘long top, short side’ hair by which the long top resembles a tidal wave. To mimic this glorious side sweep, simply part your longer hairs to one side, then grab them and flip them to the other side. Brush through these hairs if you’d like a neater effect. On the other hand, the messier, the more boyish!


Images by Rose Photos via Alice and Pete’s Romantic Summerlees Wedding

Buzz Cut

After  a low-maintenance but neat looking do? A buzz cut – a super short haircut clipped close to the head with a razor – is the answer! Remember to go with a boxy front for that precise and masculine finish; a smart solution for those who want to get rid of their receding hairline, especially for their special day!


Image by Sarah Godenzi Photography via Emily and Villiame’s Bright Winery Wedding

Count Flick

As long as your hair is the slightest bit visible below the ears, you’re basically set for this one. Stylish and youthful, this look can be acquired by splitting the ends of the hair into two at the back and creating an upward flick with each end behind or underneath the ear. A trick to livening ear to shoulder length hair!


Images by John Benavente via Bec and Joel’s Elegant Hillside Wedding

Major Quiff

This hairstyle is only getting more and more popular! Known to have been first sported by soldiers in the late 19th century, the quiff is still a thing but keeps evolving through experimentation. Get a major quiff by teasing the hairs underneath your pushed back locks, for that exaggerated but cool flair.


Image by Photography by Sarah J via Zoe and Mark’s Quirky Cafe Wedding

Wet Look

What’s more fitting than wet hair at a beach wedding? No matter what length your hair is, you can attain this kind of hair. All you need is a sufficient amount of appropriate hair product to ensure your hair is kept shiny, moist and intact, whatever your desired shape may be. The wet look is lush and would suit absolutely any theme!


Image by Studio Sixty via Charis and Brooks’ Eclectic Warehouse Wedding

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Ms Chinoiserie Says: Some very suave looks straight off the runway – the major quiff is very cool!