Some natural and relaxed women are intimidated about having dreadlocks because they believe that locs are a permanent style that lacks versatility. However, locs can be styled into many designs and wedding hair options with locs are nearly endless. You can let them flow, or wear them in a number of different updos. Today we are featuring some of our beautiful brides who had glamorously styled locs on their wedding day.
Bride Leah wore her locs in a lovely criss-cross updo, and complimented her hairstyle with a birdcage for the ceremony and feathers for the reception. See more of her Harlem Renaissance inspired wedding here. (Photography by JazzyMae Photography)
Bride Dannie worked with Beauty RX to help achieve her unique hairstyle, which was pinned up in the front and flowing in the back. See more of her New Orleans style wedding here. (Photographed by The Amber Studio).
Paula's hair style, which was perfected by Nubian Kinks, showcased her face beautifully with curly side-swept locs in the front, and a classic french roll in the back. See more of her New York wedding here. (Photography by George Rowe Photography).
Bride Stacy-Ann and stylist Rahjean at Guydlinez Studio, decided to do two hairstyles. Long and curly locs for the ceremony and a pinned up look for the reception. Read more about her chic outdoor wedding here. (Photography by Lash To Lens).
Bride Khaleshia and her hairstylist Lauren Jackson did a wonderful job of adding a birdcage veil to her loosely curled locs to achieve a vintage look. See more of her gorgeous wedding with a black, red and white color scheme here. (Photography by Liz Maryann Photography)
If you want more loc hairstyle inspiration, check out any of the amazing tutorials by comedian and natural hair vlogger ChescaLeigh (Follow her on youtube at chescalocs and on Instagram at @chescaleigh). Below we have included her tutorial on how to get the perfect barrel roll updo, which would be a show stopper on your wedding day, and as a bonus check out how Chesca styled her hair for her own wedding.