8 Wedding Guest Hairstyles for a Red Carpet-Inspired Look

Sleek Midi Ponytail

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Partially Pinned Waves

This easy tip, endorsed by Taylor Swift, adds some shine to even the messiest air-dried texture. For some vivacious beauty, pin back one side of your flowing lengths and leave tendrils loose in front of the ears.

An Organic Updo

FKA Twigs' coils and curls, another take on the piled-high updo, contribute to the style's organic and sculptural quality. The delicate and wedding-worthy design is maintained by taut tendrils.

 Tightly-Curled Updo

In this piled-high updo, Kerry Washington's natural texture is the showcase. For a dramatic, fashionable, and effortlessly beautiful look, curls and ringlets cascade over the forehead and around the crown.

Sleek Updo

There's nothing quite like a sleek, partially pared updo if your goal is to get your hair out of your face. For a customized look, pin in a looser twist or twist in a tidy midi knot.

Ribboned Braid

Unquestionably, a black satin ribbon makes a lovely hairpiece. The addition of a binding ribbon elevates a low braid with bangs into a wedding-ready look. 

Twisted Low Knot

This sleek look is both easy and elegant. It is parted in the middle, twisted at the sides, and fastened at the nape of the neck. Additionally, the hair draws attention to the face, giving rise to a makeup moment.

Kiss Curl

Making your bangs into a tidy kiss curl captures the romanticism of the moment, whether you're wearing your hair in a smooth updo or a polished pixie like Taylor Russell.