It has been widely known that traditional Spanish hairstyles are popular for their common styling features, such as the center, chignons, and the fabulous voluminous chignons. All of these styling features are created at the base of the neck. The other styling features include the use of hair accessories and ornamental combs. There are many examples that can be used as the guidance to emulate the traditional Spanish hairstyles.
You can get the inspirations of traditional Spanish hairstyles from Flamenco dancers or a great number of movies.
If you are interested in these hairstyles and want to incorporate something different into your look, then the traditional
Spanish hairstyles are the key to that. Keep scrolling on and see how you can suit the style below to your preference.
In addition to the chignons, you can try to wear the Mantilla and Comb. This particular hairstyle is known to be a very traditional Spanish style using a peineta comb which is worn at the base of a low-set chignon. The comb denotes a convex shape that goes around the head and extends above, sometimes as high as ten inches.
Another thing to note is the comb which is used. Attached to the comb is Chantilly lace mantilla which is hand made and flow down the back. The combs are usually made from mother of pearl or the shell of tortoise.
Basically this is a formal style, which is worn only at particular events such as weddings, or ceremonies at church. Happy trying!