The most beautiful Boho hairstyles
The term boho comes frombohemian and stands for informality both in terms of style for the home and in the world of fashion and beauty. Boho hairstyles are natural-looking hair styles that express a relaxed lifestyle.
What are Boho hairstyles?
We often hear the word boho in connection with a certain lifestyle, with clothes and hairstyles - when it comes to hair, the boho trend is guaranteed never to go out of fashion. The secret of this evergreen lies in the casualness that this look exudes. Boho hairstyles, also called hippie hairstyles, are playful bohemian hair styles. Typical of Boho hairstyles are:
- Braided creations
- relaxed updos
- open hair with coloured strands
- wild curls or imperfect waves
- Glitter, flowers or feathers as accessories
Whether open, pinned up or braided - the important thing is that the hairstyle looks undone rather than accurate. We present a few of the most beautiful boho looks here.
Boho hairstyles for weddings
At a classic Boho wedding, the focus is on nature - so the floral decorations play a big role. Muted shades like cream, sand and brown set the tone. As for the bridal hairstyles for a boho wedding, these are also kept very natural, decorated with flowers (wreaths) and long! A bride with shorter hair can have extensions added to her Boho wedding hairstyle. Individual flowers in the hair provide a romantic accent. If you like it more striking, wear a flower wreath. Especially at weddings, a flower wreath is a great accessory - ideal for the Boho bridal hairstyle! Flower hairbands and flower wreaths with coloured flowers create the perfect bohemian look with half-open and open hair.
They look more like they've been put up by accident than perfectly shaped: Boho updos. Instead, they come across as casual and playful and are especially popular in summer and at weddings. Updos are one of the classic boho bridal hairstyles and are popular every year. Instead of a strict updo, which often makes the bride look unintentionally frumpy, a loose version with a few strands plucked out of the hairstyle is far more popular. So up-do's don't always have to look perfect, but they should hold perfectly - this is then ensured by lots of bobby pins and the hairdresser's know-how.
Ponytail or low bun?
A high ponytail that shouldn't look too perfect is a great alternative to open hair. It's easy with these tips:
- Tie a high ponytail and secure with a hair band.
- Loosely pull out a few face-framing strands on the right and left.
- Accentuate the plait or the forehead with a hair band and the boho look is perfect.
If your hair is not long enough for a braid, the low-bun is another option. The low bun also thrives on a certain imperfection. It should look as if it has been worn for a long time. That's why it's best to pull out a few strands here and there to make the Boho hair style perfect.
Braided Boho Hairstyles
Boho fans love braids. Whether it's herringbone braids, boxer braids or just a relaxed, simple braid - there are so many styles to choose from depending on your hair texture and taste. The Accent Braids, two thin mini braids to the left and right of the face, also look great. They are easy to braid yourself and can be adorned with some hair accessories if you wish. Accent braids don't just look cheeky and playful - the trend from the 90s is just coming back and is extremely popular in summer. If you're not into braiding, bubble braids are a great alternative. Bubble braids are quick to style: you only need several thin hair ties and divide the one braid or several braids into sections and then pull them apart so that they look like bubbles.
Boho style with hairband and headband
The only thing you need for the quickest of all Boho looks is a hair band. Simply pull it over your hairline and you're done. To give your hair a really informal look, you can style it with a little texture spray beforehand. Alternatively, a beautiful headband with flowers, pearls or glitter can be used. A hippie hairstyle like this takes the hair out of the face all day and emphasises its proportions.
Which flowers are best for a boho hairstyle?
Coachella says hello: Boho looks are especially popular at festivals. You often wonder which flowers will last a whole day and still look beautiful late into the night. Hardy flowers that don't wilt quickly, such as baby's breath, wax flowers, beach lilacs, bearded carnations or camomile, are particularly suitable for this purpose. But real-looking silk and decorative flowers can also be used. Individual flowers can be pinned with hairpins:
- Take a hairpin.
- Push it through the side of the flower's head.
- Place the flower in the hair.
- Use a second hairpin to pin the flower crosswise from the other side.