Give your hair a break on your big day by ditching the curling iron and straightener. Though summer brides are typically thrilled to learn that they can still rock a gorgeous hairstyle without having to use hot tools, no-heat hairstyles should be popular year-round. Think about it — colder seasons are practically synonymous with dryness and breakage. Why not opt for an effortless look sans blowdryer?
Check out a few of our favorite no-heat hairstyles below!
“A sophisticated top knot or low bun is an excellent way to look chic without having to bring out the curling iron on your wedding day. It also has the advantage of staying put, keeping you cool and looking great throughout the night!” – Modern Elopement
“If any brides are looking to opt out of using hot tools for their wedding hair, Lexi’s hairstyle is proof that braids can be pure wedding hair perfection! Her braided updo still achieved the look of loose, ethereal, and effortless to play nicely with her boho-chic wedding style but didn’t require curls, and was the perfect way to highlight her plunging neckline and open back of her wedding dress.” – Stephanie Allen, Owner of Allenbrooke Farms
“You can say “I do” with an up do that requires no heat! Embrace your natural hair or go for braids, top knots, and twisted buns!” – Susie Spensiero of Susie Marie Photography
“Natural loose curls are always in style…no heat needed.” – Lisette Gatliff of Lisette Gatliff Photography
“Working with any natural texture you have can help in creating the perfect, intricate updo! Skip the heat, and have your stylist twist + tuck your hair into a bridal look like this braid. Bonus – opting for an updo helps keep you cool for summer weddings!” – Sarah Strausser of Embark Event Design
“Work with the strengths of the natural state of your hair…. hair pieces and crowns can enhance the look of your hair without effort or heat. And instead of curls and tight updos, opt for a natural loose braid for natural beauty!” – Danielle Aspromatis of d’Luxe Events
“If you are planning a wedding in a southern state in the south, hot tools will not hold all day anyway. You might as well opt for a low maintenance updo or let it down and let your hair do what it naturally does.” – Rachel Red of Rachel Red Photography