From pixie chops and the Anna Wintour inspired pageboy to the so-hot-right-now lob (that’s long bob, if you don’t mind), we’re having a serious love affair with short hair.
We’ve scoured Pinterest boards and the pages of glossy mags to find 14 of our favourite styles for short-haired brides. If you don’t already, it’s time to put your hairdresser on speed-dial. You’re going to need it. Trust us.
The screen siren
1960s knockout here you come. This do is all about the va-va-volume – and the hairspray. Just add a slick of inky black eye-liner and a matte lip to have your guests saying, ‘Hello, Marilyn’.
The boho beauty
The flower crown isn’t just for boho brides with long locks; short-haired brides can rock it too. Work texturising powder into your crop, pixie cut or bob and secure your garland. Too easy.
The 'I don't have time for fly-aways'
Super sweet and super simple – our favourite kind of hairstyle. To stop strands falling over your eyes, secure them with a bobby pin and hide with the top layers of your hair.
Have naturally curly hair? Lucky you – and that means this look has only a handful of steps. Pull the top layer of hair off your face (if you have a fringe, leave it out) and divide into small sections. Pin the separate sections as high or as low as you like.
A pretty, new take on the classic braid, this one is so quick to master it’ll soon be your go-to for a speedy morning fix for dirty or uncooperative hair.
The Upper East Side
For brides who have ever wanted to channel their inner Blair Waldorf, this style can be nailed with only a curling iron and your choice of headband.
The Oscar winner
Sure the pixie looks simple to style (and when has that ever been a bad thing) but donning this cropped do means all attention will be on your eyes. It’s also perfecting for smacking on a bold lippy or wearing statement earrings.
The 'I won an Oscar too'
See? We told you so.
The chic and straight
For a timeless hairstyle that takes mere minutes to do, it’s all about the classic, straight lob.
The Gatsby revival
Finger waves can be tricky to nail the first time, but the end result is definitely worth the effort. Pair with a vintage slide-clip or just leave as it.
Vintage-minded brides, prepare to go giddy. You’ll need your hot rollers and plenty of strong-hold hairspray for this one. And the perfect shade of red lipstick, naturally.
The would-be punk
The quiff. The fauxhawk. The pompadour. Whatever you call it, we love it and edgy brides will too.
The 'I woke up like this'
A deep side part and a knack with a curling iron or straightener is all you need to replicated these tussled tresses.
The coy cage
So. Much. Pretty. We can’t go past a delicate birdcage veil and neither should you.
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