• Your big day is stressful enough without having to worry about wearing your hair down, especially if it's long enough to double as a scarf come winter (we know the feeling). Instead, opt for one of these ten gorgeous wedding updos—each one is unique and versatile, so you're bound to find one that suits you perfectly.

    Kristen Bell
    Second-day texture gives this updo a slightly rumpled, lived-in look from the front.

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  • Kristen Bell
    Twist the top layers of hair into a simple bun, then pull the bottom layer back into a similar messy knot beneath it for an updo that looks way more complicated than it is.

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  • Jemima Kirke
    Pulling hair straight back keeps the focus on your face.

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  • Jemima Kirke
    This thick, voluminous knot is perfect for long hair.

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  • Busy Philipps
    Use a tiny bit of hair gel to keep rebellious strands in place for a clean, understated look.

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  • Busy Philipps
    Use your fingers to push hair forward at the crown—it'll keep a slicked-back updo from looking too severe.

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  • Amy Adams
    This look combines braids and buns for an eye-catching intricate effect.

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  • Amy Adams
    Small braids around the hairline make this updo flirty and fun.

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  • Kate Winslet
    Loose, wavy tendrils around the face soften the features and highlight cheekbones.

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  • Kate Winslet
    Twist small sections of the hair back toward the nape of the neck and pin.

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  • Keira Knightley
    A deep side part is super-flattering and lends this look a bit of edginess.

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  • Keira Knightley
    Begin by separating the hair into two equal sections and twisting each section back away from the face.

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  • Sarah Michelle Gellar
    This look is deceptively simple and classic from the front.

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  • Sarah Michelle Gellar
    In the back, you can see how the hair has been woven into itself, then kept in place with pins in a contrasting color.

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  • Zoe Saldana
    Most updos work best on hair that hasn't been freshly washed, but you can add a small amount of a shine serum for a glossy look.

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  • Zoe Saldana
    This updo works great on hairstyles with long, side-swept bangs like Zoe's.

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  • Olivia Wilde
    A slightly asymmetrical part and plenty of volume at the crown gives this look a '60s-inspired vibe.

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  • Olivia Wilde
    In the back, it's pure glamour—and it looks amazing on ombré and highlighted hair.

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  • Zooey Deschanel
    Add a flower to any updo for a modern, romantic look.

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  • Zooey Deschanel
    The shape of this bun is classic, but wearing it to one side makes it fresh and unexpected.

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10 Gorgeous Wedding Updo Hairstyles


10 Gorgeous Wedding Updo Hairstyles

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