In the 1950s, glamour was ornate, crisp and clean, and this obvious wedding hairstyle borrows heavily from that theme. With a razor-sharp line on the fringe, and sleek styling, the remainder of the hair is tightly drawn up
to the upper crown section of the head, then sculpted into large swirls of hair which create smoothly-shaped “nests” for jeweled ornaments. As a bridal style this look makes for the perfect example of
the “hair-as-showpiece” concept.