A wreath tied around the forehead and head is characteristic of a medieval hairstyle. In the medieval times, most women had long tresses. There was not much of a trend for short or medium hairstyles. Stylish updo, braids with hair kept back from the face with hair bands was the “in“ thing in those days.
But some of the styles are worth copying even today and these medieval hairstyles are just such a collection.
Long tresses left loose down to the waist are a simple yet attractive hairstyle. When you add a hair band around the head and over the forehead it becomes a beauty.
Hair bands with flowers, leaves or silk ribbons tied around the forehead and head was a great trend in hairstyles of medieval times. If you want a trendy looking hairstyle of that period then this is the collection you should look at. Some of the hairstyles are for long hair going down to the waist. Some have medium layered trims. But the basic theme of a hair band remains a constant. Braids and updos are also a part of the era. So there are some that have fantastic updo and braided hairdos that are worth copying. Wreath-like bands of flowers and leaves together look good too.
Ponytails And Ribbons
Two ponytails tied with crisscross ribbons is a smart and neat medieval hairstyle that this woman has.
Up And Long
A severe bun at the back and some strands left loose over a shoulder is a great medieval hairstyle worth imitating.
Bun And Tresses
Some long tresses left loose below a well styled bun make a fantastic medieval hairstyle.
Long layered brown hair looks great as a medieval hairstyle with a leafy band around the forehead.
Lace And Splendor
Twin hair bands of lace are a great part of this long layered medieval hairstyle.
A braided updo is a smart and stylish medieval hairstyle that this young woman has.
Updo And Bangs
Bangs and buns on either side of the head is a very unusual and trend setting medieval hairstyle.
Layers And Bands
A dark-haired layered trim is easy to keep under control when you are outdoors with a hair band like this medieval hairstyle.
A stylish French braid is a very nice medieval hairstyle that goes well with modern outfits as well as ethnic wear.
Bands And Flowers
Hair bands of ribbon and flowers are a motif that is typical of medieval hairstyles that looks superb.
Updo With Braids
As medieval hairstyles go this is a cute one with bun at the back and braids around the forehead.
A loosely tied updo makes a great medieval hairstyle that is surely worth copying.
A hair band of real flowers gives this layered medieval hairstyle a very fresh and youthful look.
Partial updos with hair clipped up give these medieval hairstyles a very new wave and trendy look.
A floral wreath on the crown makes this medieval hairstyle of layered shoulder length trim look smart.
A thick band around the forehead and ribbons make this medieval hairstyle look superb.
Long And Layered
Long layered tresses can be kept back from the face in a stylish way with a leafy band like this medieval hairstyle.
Short Curls And Flowers
A short curly-haired bob with a ring of flowers around it is a superlative medieval hairstyle.
Garland Of Flowers
A garland of fresh flowers and small green leaves around the head makes a very youthful medieval hairstyle.
Banded On Its Own
Long silky tresses held back with a braid and an entwined ribbon makes a superlative medieval hairstyle.
Rope Hair Band
A rope-like twisted hair band of white silk is a fantastic way to have a medieval hairstyle.
Waist Length Glory
For the traditional medieval hairstyle this waist length layered trim is just what you require.
Updo And Pearls
Pearls are a great way to adorn a very stylish updo, giving this medieval hairstyle a rich look.
Floral Hair Band
Long hair left loose and kept away from the face with a floral hair band is a fantastic medieval hairstyle.
Braids of different thicknesses in a bright red color are what make this medieval hairstyle look very trendy.