Hair by Heaven Hair Gallery The name of this year’s bridal hair and nail game? Enhance what you have for your special day. “Gone are the days of really super-formal updo styles,” said Anjalee Dreher, owner of Heaven Hair Gallery in Keene. “It’s all about working with natural texture.” Another popular style for brides — braids — are also falling by the wayside for the 2020 wedding season. 300×250 image ad “A lot more are wearing their hair down or in a simpler style,” said Dreher. “There’s no more curling every strand perfectly to the ends either. Now it’s more about ribbon curls brushed heavily to make the hair super-wavy.” There is an exception to both these rules: the messy updo with a loose braid is still a hot look for brides. While romantic, loose, beachy waves will always have a place in bridal hair, sleek and straight tresses parted down the center are making a huge comeback. This style is a great option for brides who don’t like curling their hair (or who struggle to achieve curls that keep their shape) while being modern. Although understated and classic, a textured ponytail is still on the list of possibilities. Although simple, it can make a big statement — and it transitions well into the reception when you dance the night away. A natural added element that remains a wedding hair staple is flowers, especially floral crowns. “A lot [of brides] are making their own hairpieces,” said Dreher. “Tiaras are not in.” Brides-to-be shouldn’t be afraid of going big and bold with flowers, either — no matter what the look will be romantic. Floral hair accessories can also be worked into all seasons. You don’t have to go all-out with a flower crown — pinning a floral accessory in your […]