Wedding Hair from The Bridal Runway

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Bridal Hairstyles for Fall 2010: The hottest hairstyles for brides straight from the New York Runway

Here are some of the latest hairstyles from the catwalk at Bridal Market in New York City. Get inspired by these sexy dos and get stylin’! Experiment with your stylist in advance, so your locks look lovely on your big day.

French Side Braid – is a romantic edgy choice for a wedding hairstyle that’s great for a bride who wants to keep from looking too severe.

The Bob - with loose tousled waves creates a glamorous luxe look great for a vintage style wedding dress.

The Low Chignon - works wonders to showcase a high neckline and create a sleek classic look.

High Knotted Ponytails – Shown with a jewel encrusted head-band this look showcases high cheekbones and works with a Grecian inspired wedding gown.

French Twist Chignon – a classic updo, swept back and twisted at the nape of the neck, has a sophisticated sexy appeal.

The Ballerina Bun – is the 1950s inspired look glamming up the catwalk this season with its elegance and sophistication. 

Long Waves
– appear touchable and delicate and the look is romantic cascading over your shoulders.

Asymmetrical Updo – this off-center, chignon showcased by Ines Di Santo, has a jewel encrusted accessory pinned on the top for a modern, chic look.

Asymmetrical Bob – Cute and modern, this sleek side sweep frames the face and shows off a beautiful neckline.

Ponytail with Birdcage Veil – a chignon or pony adorned by a birdcage veil is surely reminiscent of 30s and 40s glamour.

The Loose Chignon – Soft tendrils of hair frame the face and create a dreamy look, completed by a large single blossom pinned to the side.

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Hair Trends 2010

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