Are you engaged to get married, but you want to postpone it because you have short hair? Well, change your mind because short hair looks very elegant with the white wedding gown.
The idea of long hair being the epitome of femininity has become ancient. Here are some ideas for wedding hairstyles for short hair.
Top 6 Wedding Hairstyles For Short Hair
Give your hair loose, finger waves and let them fall around your face gently.
Brush your hair to side parting and ruffle them up a bit to give a slight messy look. Don’t pin them.
The Pixie Look
Go for the pixie look. They are these very dainty haircuts, which are shorter than boyish cuts but longer than crew cuts. They enhance the bone structure of your face.
When this haircut is teamed up with an ultra feminine gown, the end result is dazzling yet subdued. Some celebrities who have rocked this look are Katie Holmes and Emma Watson.
Bang It Up
Your bangs can either be swept sideways or the fringes can be all over forehead. They need to be slick and straight. Pin all your hair back or sweep it up into a little bun. The idea is to let the bangs flatter your face.
You can also pull off this look with waves or curls. Sweep the bangs sideways and keep them straight. Add soft curls or waves to the rest of your hair. Pin one side up and let the other side fall loose.
Add The Twist
If you have chin length hair, then you can twist up stands of the hair into a small up-do. You can also put them in a small bun.
The twists can be tight, which will give you an elaborate look. If you keep the twists a bit loose and messy while pinning them, it will give off a bohemian look.
Half Up Half Down
This is one of the easiest hairstyles to do. You can actually do this by yourself.
If you have a simple bob cut, then take half your hair and secure it into a nice glitzy clip, leaving rest of the hair down. You can try this hairstyle irrespective of the kind of hair you have.
The Up-Do Illusion
This style can be a bit tricky, only for the people who see it on you. It’s simple. All you have to do is puff up the hair in the front and hold it with the help of a hairspray, while the rest of the hair is pined at the nape of your neck.
It will create an illusion of an up-do done with long hair. Try this hairstyle with any gown and look fabulous.
The benefit of having short hair is that you can accessorize it all if you want. Try this – keep your hair loose and add a jeweled head band as an accessory. It’s simple and sets a statement that less is good. If you don’t want to try the head band, then use glitzy clips or a shimmering comb to hold your hair back. You will look like a princess.