Hairstyles for a civil wedding lean more on the chill side, favoring looks that are elegant but not too intricate. Some brides even opt to do their glam themselves for their big day, which makes going for an easy-to-achieve style work to their advantage.

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For inspiration, we gathered bridal looks recommended by Korean hair salon Samchic below:

Low bun

This timeless bridal hairstyle looks more relaxed when done with a clean part and minimal hairspray. Accessorize with a hair pin or a hair vine to dress it up for the occasion.

Low ponytail with curtain bangs

If you're DIY-ing your own bridal glam, get a quick trim before the wedding to make styling a breeze. A layered cut with soft curtain bangs, for one, can be quickly polished up in a simple, face-framing low ponytail.

Textured ponytail

Thick-haired beauties, ponytails are your best friend for staying fresh for the entire ceremony. Add texture with loose curls beforehand or to elevate the look.

Half Updo

Natural-looking styles like half-updos are popular in Korea for their sophisticated and effortless feel. Finish yours off by pulling loose tendrils by the ear and the front areas of your hair and waving them out softly with a curling iron.


Loose waves

Styling your tresses in chic S-curls are a simple yet understated way to wear a hair down for a wedding. It's perfect for the no-frills bride who can't be fussed with a complicated style.

Classic bob

Groom a short 'do with a simple blowout to add volume to your locks. To make it look less done, warm up some pomade in your hands and pinch small sections around your hair to create a piece-y, lived-in effect.

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